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Neewer Digital DSLR Camera 16CH Wireless Shutter Release Remote Control for Nikon D5100, D3100, D7000, D5000, D90
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- Its maximum working distance is up to 30m in open area without blockage. It's very suitable for outdoors use, especially to use for geological prospecting, field shooting, mountaineering travel.
- To control single-frame, continuous-frame and bulb mode, supports 3.5 seconds delay shoot.
- The transmitter has the signal to indicate its current condition: green light is focusing, and red light is shutter or B mode. Same as the transmitter, receiver has a pair of signal status indicator.
- Used the high-quality connection line, the normal length is 30cm, the receiver can be used as a wired remote without the transmitter.
- Has strong anti-interference function and has 16 channels;Energy-saving design allows long battery life usage
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This wireless remote shutter release is very useful and helpful gear for prevent vibration when taking photos under long exposures, close-ups (macro) or continuous shooting. It can instantly trigger the shutter without disturbing the camera in the distance. Widely used to minimize the camera shake for macro shooting or long time exposure, or used to take subjects that are difficult to approach. The frequency is 433 MHZ and receiver uses 2 AAA batteries(Batteries are Not Included).
Its maximum working distance is up to 30M in open area without blockage.
Compatible With Nikon:D5100, D3100, D7000, D5000, D90.
It's very suitable for outdoors use, especially to use for geological prospecting, field shooting, mountaineering travel.
To control single-frame, continuous-frame and bulb mode, supports 3.5 seconds delay shoot.
The transmitter has the signal to indicate its current condition: green light is focusing, and red light is shutter or B mode. Same as the transmitter, receiver has a pair of signal status indicator.
Used the high-quality connection line, the normal length is 30cm, the receiver can be used as a wired remote without the transmitter.
Has strong anti-interference function and has 16 channels
Energy-saving design allows long battery life usage
16 channels wireless remote control
Transmitter Power : 12v--20mh
Receiver Power: 12V Lithium battery
Receiver Size: 9.3cm (L)x 3.5cm (W)x 1.5cm (H)
Transmitter Size: 6.85cm(Height) x 2.1cm(Diameter)
1 x Transmitter
1 x Receiver
1 x Manual
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Out of the box, a 12V/A23 battery is included with the transmitter. The receiver requires 2 AAA batteries (not included), so I used a couple of Sanyo eneloop Rechargeable Batteries. Both the transmitter & receiver each have 4 DIP switches so you can specify the channel. I connected the receiver to the same accessory terminal that the Nikon Release Cord plugs into (not the USB or HDMI), turn it on, pressed the trigger on the transmitter & it released the shutter without fail. I set it up at one end of the room & was able to trigger it from about 10ft away with some furniture between myself & the camera. I moved father back out of the room (about 25 ft from the camera) into an adjoining hallway. Took a picture fine. It worked just as well when I put my hand with the transmitter behind the hallway door & pressed the button.
The remote works in timer, continuous & bulb mode. In continuous mode, I was able to take several successive shots by holding down the remote. If the camera shoots more than 3 seconds, it will keep shooting on its own until you click the remote again. Similar in bulb mode, the shutter stayed open while I held the trigger down & closed once I released it. However, if the shutter is open more than 3 seconds, you will need to click the remote again to close the shutter. Not a bad thing since it gives your trigger finger a rest.
The instructions are a little vague, but the devices are pretty easy to figure out without them. The transmitter is 1.25" x 2.625" x 0.5" without the antenna extended. The antenna is about 5" long when extended. The receiver is 1.25" (at its widest) x 2.75" x 0.625". The cord is about 8" (including the connector part). One thing I do not like is that the receiver just hangs from the side of the camera, but I got over it pretty quickly because this works exactly as I need it.
I knew I was taking a risk with purchasing a brand I was not familiar with & for such a low price. Do I expect this device to a long, long time? Probably not. I can't complain as I have already used it enough times for it to pay for itself.
Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase & have recommended it to those who have the compatible Nikon cameras.
I bought this knowing that it had mixed reviews, but after reading the question and answer section, I believed that the negative reviews were due to people not reading the instructions carefully enough or not following them carefully enough as various people stated that they too had problems at first, but discovered things they had done wrong during set up. All this was taken into account and we made absolutely certain we had followed the directions accurately.
However, the only way we could get the remote to work was by pressing in on the actual battery hard enough to force a connection on the part that attaches to the camera. Then the remote worked. Unfortunately, if you have to do this, the remote is useless. You might as well just click your camera shutter.