Pixel 100 Meter 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Canon EOS 7D 5D, 5D Mark II, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1Ds, IDs Mark II, IDs Mark III, IDs Mark IV, 6D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D, Replaces Canon TC-80N3
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- This is high performance wireless shutter remote control, it operates up to 100 Meters with single
- It is using FSK system and world wide free 2.4GHz frequency, improves the reliability and stability of the product. 16 Channels for selection.
- Shutter connect cable can be changed to fit for different camera, It can control multi receivers and cameras at the same time.
- Extremely low battery consumption. Transmitter Standby time: over 1 years (using 2 AAA batteries)
- Package includes transmitter, receiver, AAA battery x 2, Shutter release cable, and English Instruction manual.
- The surface is using high-end stain finish, it's more artistic.
- The receiver standby time: 400 hours (using 2 AAA batteries).
- 1sec continuous continuous, bulb, and 4 sec delay shoot.
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It is compatible to Canon EOS 7D 5D, 5D Mark II, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1Ds, IDs Mark II, IDs Mark III, IDs Mark IV, 6D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D, Replaces Canon TC-80N3
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- Far distance.
- Indicator LEDs are great.
- 2 step button (focus/take).
- Can be used as a wired shutter with or with out battery. (there is a shutter button on the receiver)
- Line-of-sight not required.
- Attaches to Flash Hot Shoe.
- Got different models for different cameras.
- Long stand by time.
- Does not work with Canon 60D (misleading product name). The connector is the 3-pin connector, not the 2.5mm headphone connector! (If you bought this by mistake, you can make shift a connector wire with 2 2.5mm headphone plugs and some wire.)
- Wrist strap hole on the wrong side of the remote. (I have to use remote backwards if I use a wrist strap.)
- Indicator LED on receiver is hard to see under the sun.
- Shutter button can be pressed too easily (causes unwanted photos to be taken.)
- Receiver turns on too easily especially in a backpack. (I fixed this by sticking a piece of paper between the battery and contacts when I'm not using it.)
- Instruction manual is in both Chinese and badly translated English, and I do mean bad. If you don't know Chinese, you'll have to experiment to figure out the controls. Lucky for me, I read Chinese.
- Indicator LEDs may cause unwanted light in bulb exposures. I recommend the Remote Shutter Release Cord for Canon EOS 5D, 50D, 40D, 20D, & 10D Digital SLR Cameras for bulb exposures.
Note: Bulb only works when both your remote and camera is set on Bulb!
Bottom line: The remote is great for taking photos and preventing motion blurs. In fact, this remote is great for backyard bird photography too! Just observe where birds like to land (like a bird feeder), attach your camera to a tripod and prefocus it and you can take photos of birds from up to 100 meters away! I would definitely recommend this product.
Update 8-8-2012: I've used this for around 2 month of light use and the headphone jack plug that goes into the receiver broke. Maybe they should have used the thicker 3.5mm headphone jack instead. Good thing the part that was in there fell out with no problems. I will need to purchase a new headphone jack plug and do some soldering before this remote will be working. 2 stars taken off. This remote is not built from high quality materials.
Update 9-24-2012: I bought some headphone jack plugs and did some DIY soldering after cutting off the broken plug. It works again, but I will not raise my rating just because it broke way too soon with so little use.
For my purpose, I just wanted something that would shoot further than 16 feet (the range of the RC canon remote) but cost less than the LC-3. This remote is a very good compromise of price and function. (Has no function of the LC-3 but cost about the same as the RC with a further reach.)
With this sort of accessory there is only a one overarching design element to be considered that is reliability. This set, has performed well in every challenge I have put it two. While I can give a numeric value to the range on this unit I can say this. I have not had the courage to place my camera so far away from me that the trigger did not fire. 100 meter is a heck of a head start. I am not using this to photograph grisly bears so the range is superb. I also like that this can be used to trigger all my flash equipment either on or of my camera. I have trip the shutter thought window and doors, through a hide with metal poles and even from room to room. The only time this unit has failed to work is when the batteries we low or I had made some mistake setting it up.
This leads to the next design imperative, simplicity. This could not be more simple to use. It has an easy to use lock disk mechanism that snugs down reliable and releases easily. The cable is indexed so you cannot connect it incorrectly to my camera and it fits snugly. An led confirms that the sending unit is on, the trigger has single multiple and bulb settings all of which work well. There are certain camera setting that will override the rapid fire mode on the trigger but it seems that is merely to avoid conflicting commands.
The build quality is not exactly bomb proof. You could break this trigger if you stepped on it, However, it is so lightweight and inexpensive I now keep two in my bag.
In conclusion I can say this is one of the very few times where buying an inexpensive photo accessory was worth ever penny.