Aputure 2.4 Ghz Trigmaster Radio Remote Flash Trigger and Shutter Cable Release, for Olympus E-400, E-410, E-420, E-450, E-510, E-520, E-620, SP-57DUZ, SP-560EZ, SP-550EZ, SP-510EZ, PEN E-PL1s, E-PL2, E-PL3, E-P2, E-P3, E-M, OM-D E-M5, Replaces Olympus RM-UC1
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- Premium-grade 3-in-1 multi-function radio trigger for flash, strobe and camera
- 16 channels, encrypted 433MHz with 360 ft range, sync speed of 1/250 sec, when in "flash" mode. Enabled AF with half press of the remote button when in "camera" mode, 2 sec, delay function in both modes.
- In "camera" mode, remote is able to do continuous and "Bulb" modes. Set "bulb" by pressing and holding the trigger button for 2 seconds, and press again to stop
- Includes a 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I had no problem doing shutter triggering with this unit. A half press of the button sets the auto focus and then a full press will trigger the shutter in normal, bulb or delay mode (5 secs.) depending on switch setting and the amount of time the button is pressed. Newer units do not provide the delay mode. Note also that receivers labeled specifically for other cameras (like Nikon, Canon) also work (I tested it with an Olympus labeled transmitter). I assume the reverse is also true, so it's not necessary to buy separate receiver units for different makes of cameras provided you have the correct cables for each make.
Flash trigger also works well via hot shoe or cable - tested with 3 different 3rd party flashes. I'm not sure if the transmitters are specific to the camera or not since I do not have a Aputure Canon/Nikon transmitter.
This is an earlier model from Aputure and newer models seem to be built better, has more range and some are dual trigger/receiver ie. transceivers (but no delay!). Aputure was wise to make sure future 2.4 ghz models all well together with old models (so far). However, they also don't include all the cables that this one does - buyer beware. The trigger requires a A23 battery while the newer ones use the more common AA type: I can live with that. People have complained about the flimsy battery doors and I have to agree they are lightweight and of odd design requiring alignment at a certain angle before pushing shut. Otherwise, I am very satisfied with how it works.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works wonders for wirelessly triggering your shutter, though I've found it lags for wirelessly triggering the flash in the first shot, even at slow shutter speeds, but then works... Read morePublished on May 31, 2014 by Vitali
I'm a little angry that I spent $35 dollars on something that doesn't work with my camera. Please update your title for the proper cameras by Olympus (EP1, EP2, E30, E320,E520,... Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by B. Colney