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lamberry

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just wondering whether anyone is using this wireless remote?
any feedback?

 

Octarine

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in terms of responsiveness, what is the max distance btw the cam and u?
These controllers are meant to cover a couple of meters (<5), not more. Otherwise chances are that you might affect other cameras as well. Use it if you need to avoid direct camera contact (avoiding camera shake) or just want to be in the picture as well without waiting 10s :)
 

madmartian

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read from some websites saying that if u select P mode, it will auto-focus before snapping
is it true?
If I'm not wrong, this remote when depressed, it acts as the camera's shutter button, it'll auto-focus & when subject is in focus, camera will snap the photo as in like you were depressing the camera's shutter button. I shoot in manual mode.
I'll pre-focus then use the remote.
 

wildcat

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These controllers are meant to cover a couple of meters (<5), not more. Otherwise chances are that you might affect other cameras as well. Use it if you need to avoid direct camera contact (avoiding camera shake) or just want to be in the picture as well without waiting 10s :)
Just reading up on this today also. One more feature (that I need and it has) is the ability to use Bulb Mode by pressing once, and stop by another press. :)
 

lamberry

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If I'm not wrong, this remote when depressed, it acts as the camera's shutter button, it'll auto-focus & when subject is in focus, camera will snap the photo as in like you were depressing the camera's shutter button. I shoot in manual mode.
I'll pre-focus then use the remote.
thanks for the clarification.
 

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