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Neewer DSLR Camera Shutter Release Wired LCD Timer Remote Control Intervalometer Time-lapse Photography Device Compatible with RM-VPR1 Multi-Terminal Plug for Select SONY Alpha Models
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- Main functions: Self-timer, interval timer, long exposure timer, exposure count control, remote switch function.
- The remote switch function can be achieved without battery power supply.
- The remote cord is portable and durable for outdoor shooting.
- The shooting, timer shoot and time exposure are operable easily at night or in dark environment with the backlight equipped LCD screen.
- The exposure count function can set easily.
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|Item Dimensions||1.38 x 3.54 x 8.66 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.13 Kilograms|
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|Item Dimensions||3.54 x 8.66 x 1.38 in||0.83 x 5.91 x 1.5 in||3.1 x 5.9 x 1.5 in||15.75 x 64.96 x 43.31 in|
This digital timer remote is designed to trigger a camera shutter with regular time intervals, featuring self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure-count settings. This timer is suitable for a wide variety of tasks, including astronomical photography.
Main functions: Delay / Self Timer (DELAY), BULB/Long Exposure(LONG), Interval Timer(INTVL), Exposure Count (N).
Full functions supported as the camera shutter switch (with halfway or complete pressing)
The shutter release button on the remote is a two-stage button: half-pressing the button will cause the camera to focus, and full-pressing will trigger the camera's shutter.
Functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an interval met.
Design for group, macro, long exposures, continuous, motion shooting, etc.
Energy saving design, can be use for long time.
Lighting / Lock button is designed for night use.
Compatibility: Sony A7 A6000
Timer delay: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments
Exposure time: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments
Interval: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments
Length of cord: Approx. 35.4"/90cm
Power supply: Two AAA-type batteries (battery not included)
1x Digital Timer Remote Control
Note: Camera not included.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great remote, it's plasticky but not cheap feeling, and for the price you could hardly ask for more.
Two things I really didn't like, and one nitpick:
1. The backlight is a white-colored LED, and it is BRIGHT. Like a lot brighter than necessary. It's so bright I was using it as a makeshift flashlight when I was setting up my tripod one night, haha. A much dimmer red LED would help save your night vision.
2. There's no "Off" button. Seriously guys?! You designed a killer remote shutter release, priced it very reasonably, and after all that brilliant planning and execution, I've got to take the batteries out to turn it off? This makes it incredibly fiddly to use, because you have to pull off the sliding plastic battery cover and install the two AAA batteries when you're getting setup. Because I use this exclusively for night photography, I can totally see myself losing the battery cover or even a battery one day when I drop something at night in the field somewhere whilst getting set up. No bueno.
3. My nitpicking complaint is that for long exposures, the timer beeps every second by default. If you're going for 1 or 2 min exposures, this is pretty annoying. You can disable the beeping and that's awesome. BUT, because you have to take the batteries out between uses, you have to then remember to disable the sound again when you put the batteries back in to turn the remote "on" again because the remote will always default to the "beep on" setting.
Minus the two complains and the one nitpick, this is still a great remote, and it costs a hell of a lot less than Sony's OEM solution, and in my opinion is actually more useful than Sony's remote.
The manual it comes with is terribly-written, but the basic functions of an auto-trigger are pretty intuitive. Press the Start/Stop on the right to begin a programmed capture. The big button is only for manual, single triggers.
I have shot several long exposure star timelapses with great results. I also like that you do not even need batteries to use the shutter release function; simply plug into the camera and press the shutter button (Which does have a half-depression for Auto Focus) to start an exposure. The shutter button also has a locking switch that allows for indefinite exposures while the camera is in BULB mode.
The device is quite easy to program:
1) Press SET
2) Navigate menus with < and > buttons
3) Change values (Delay Start, Exposure Time, Interval, Number of Shots, and Audio Signals) with up and down buttons
4) Press SET (Optional: Hold Light/Lock button to lock the device as to not change any settings)
5) Press Start to begin the exposure(s)
The ONE thing I do not like about this shutter release, is that it does not have a power button. I have read that the power consumption of this device is so eensy weensy, that when idle it would take up to 2 years to drain the two AAA batteries. It is comparable to those LCD bedside clocks. I fixed this "problem" by taking a small plastic tab (saved from the battery compartment of another device) and inserted it between the batteries and the contacts. I do not need to do this but it just makes me feel better about storing this in my camera case for long periods of time.
This is definitely worth the money!
This is designed for the Sony Multi USB interface.
The Remote requires two AAA batteries. Overall I am pretty satisfied with the product. I am doing some great time lapse!