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Sony RMTDSLR2 Wireless Remote for Alpha & NEX, (Black)
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- Wireless remote control for most Sony α Alpha & NEX digital cameras (see list of compatible models below)
- Eliminate potential body shake and even put yourself in the picture
- Take pictures from a distance
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Sony RMT-DSLR2 Wireless Remote Commander
For shooting and recording videos as well as viewing convenience, the multi-function wireless remote control allows you to control HDTV photo viewing, trip the shutter, and start video recording remotely to put yourself in the picture.
- Video record start/stop.
- Remote shutter release control.
- Single Shot, Burst, 2 Second Self Timer control.
- Slideshow Playback Control.
Depending on the model, the operation may be restricted or additional accessory products may be required. Please refer the manufacture site for details.
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Enjoy remote access to most Sony α Alpha & NEX digital cameras with this wireless remote commander. This remote commander works with the following models: ILCA-99M2; ILCA-77M2; ILCA-77M2M; ILCA-77M2Q; SLT-A99; SLT-A99V; ILCE-7RM3; ILCE-9; ILCE-6500; ILCE-6300; ILCE-6300L; ILCE-7SM2; ILCE-7RM2; ILCE-7M2; ILCE-7M2K; ILCE-7S; ILCE-6000; ILCE-6000L; ILCE-6000Y; ILCE-7; ILCE-7K; ILCE-7R; NEX-5T; NEX-5TL; NEX-5R; NEX-6. Remote has limited functionality with the following models: NEX-5N; NEX-5NK; NEX-7; NEX-7K.
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Update: For anyone who has trouble to use this remote with their Sony's camera.
The attached instruction manual is useless since it is not mentioned what you have to do before using this remote with your own camera. You have to manually open the "Remote Control" in Setting menu otherwise the remote would not be able to control your camera (this function is off by Default). For A7Riii users, press "Menu" >>> choose "Setup3" >>> Remote Ctrl: ON (page 3/7). If it's still unable to control your camera after turning that function ON, you will need to do an extra step that removing the camera battery and then put it back again.
I WILL SAY, this does what I need it to do, so I'm more than happy. Plus for the price, it's a steal. The BIG pro is the distance. I was several feet away and this remote still worked like a charm. It also worked from side and underneath angles, which I loved. I would definitely recommend it for sure!
What a great little tool! "Great" because it does all the things it should do well: take photos remotely, start video (remember, you must put your CAMERA in video mode first), it lets you pull up Menu, and call up that good ol' histogram on your Sony camera all with the press of a button.
I LOVE that this remote automatically goes into power-saving mode. This means you won't drain your batteries when you're not using it. The cheaper, simpler competitor remote here on Amazon doesn't go into auto power saving and that results in constantly dead batteries. Not so with this one.
And "little" because it's really quite small. Some might consider it too tiny but Sony thought of putting a little cutout on the back of it that allows you to feed a little sling through it so you can put it on your keychain or attach a key charm to it, or even attach it to one of your camera bag's zippers.
Very happy with this remote. It lets you do shake-free exposures, even long ("bulb") exposures, timed selfies, and it works from just about any angle, whether behind or in front of your Sony. I think it's worth every penny.
Still worth 5 stars in my book thanks to full control over the camera with just the remote!
I'm able to use all the buttons and they are very functional. The buttons for the video portion works well if you have the camera hooked up to your tv or monitor.
You can use your SonyPlayMemories app for alot of the functionality but this thing helps when you need to be perfectly still and don't want to touch the shutter, With every show you take by pressing the shutter button on the camera the camera moves, if even slightly.. This remote will remedy that.
Great accessory to have.
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Reviewed in Canada on May 21, 2020
It's great how I don't need to attach an external device onto my camera like my older remote, BUT, that had WAY more range than this. This remote must be pointing directly at the camera, not from behind (potentially may get it at the side). It works up to about... 20ft or so? But it doesn't always work. It would have been better if I could use it at like 100ft+ as I love taking photos from a great distance. This still isn't a lot, but its probably asking too much
I find this extremely handy to have 3 different cameras effectively set up in one body and to be able to use all of them without having to physically touch the camera. It does involve a few extra steps to recall and enter the memory position, but it's all done from the remote control.
When using a prime lens, turning on Clear Image Zoom does allow digital telephoto functions using the + and - keys. Since this is a digital zoom it does jump in steps from normal to telephoto settings which need to be edited in the final clip.
When using the 16-50mm Power Zoom kit lens (or my favorite 18-105mm G Power Zoom), the + and - keys give me just a smooth of a zooming action as can be achieved using the rocker switch on the side of the lens.
The arrow buttons can also be used to shift the focus point without having to touch the camera screen which is a great feature. I haven't explored all of the focus options yet as my preference is to either use Flexible Spot or Expand Flexible Shot for most of my shots.
I don't have the appropriate cable yet to hook the camera up to my TV, but from what I've been able to discern from the manual and other videos, the remote can also be used to control some functions on the playback device.
I just sold my old NEX-7 but the tests that I did on that camera were a bit more limiting. Primarily shutter release functions worked, but the video recording did not for me.
All of the newer cameras from the a6000 on up should work fine with this remote control.
"For A7Riii users, press "Menu" >>> choose "Setup3" >>> Remote Ctrl: ON (page 3/7). If it's still unable to control your camera after turning that function ON, you will need to do an extra step that removing the camera battery and then put it back again."