But it also offers long exposures, interval shooting, multiple exposure, delayed release functions. The Vello Wireless Shutter. Boss Remote is very light. As weighed on my gram- accurate scale: 1.
Instruction manual. The well written manual puts the equivalent Nikon and Canon manuals to shame, explaining in plain language how to use it. However, I did not read the manual first.
A well- designed product should not need a manual to be read, at least for basic operations, so when testing gear, I insist on bypassing the manual initially. To its credit, I had the Vello Wireless Shutter. Boss Remote functioning perfectly within about 2 minutes from unpacking the box. In use. I tested the unit with my Canon 5.
D Mark II. I was able to control the expected functions, including making exposures with and without mirror lockup engaged. I did not test the more elaborate functions such as interval shooting, though this is planned. With new gear, one never knows what issues might arise after some months of use, but my initial impressions were very favorable. Self portraits. One can activate the camera from a distance, up to a (claimed) 2. One key benefit of a wireless remote is taking pictures of oneself!
No more setting the self timer to 1. And one can take more than one shot without having to return to the camera. This feature alone is worth the price. One remote, one transmitter, many camera systems. One distinct benefit of the system is that with a camera- specific cable, the same remote (transmitter) and receiver can be used. So if I’m in the field, I can carry one remote that works on either my Canon or Nikon DSLRs; I can just carry the two cables, which are inconsequential in weight and bulk.
Extra cables are about $6 each, so it might also make sense to carry a spare as well; small items are easy to lose (black is about as unhelpful as it gets when one is looking for a small part). The foregoing is not specific to the Vello unit, it’s pretty much an invariant with all brands. Wireless = no risk of movement. Using a remote release (with mirror lockup) means that one won’t jiggle the camera by pressing its shutter release. See Making Sharp Images for more on doing this all correctly. A cabled (wired) remote can jiggle the camera (e. Also, the wind can move a wired remote cable, transmitting vibration to the camera, enough to subtly blur an image.
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Wireless operation means one can stand near the camera mounted on a tripod and block the wind suitably, without being awkwardly constrained by a cable. Or move further away, for reasons of footing, or wildlife, or whatever. Works wired too. Don’t need wireless or don’t want to carry a receiver or for some reason the battery dies in the receiver? The cable plugs directly into the transmitter unit, thus making it operate like any other wired remote. Details. Vello's Wireless Shutter. Boss Timer Remote (Nikon 1.
Pin Connection) doesn't just trip your shutter wirelessly. It's also equipped to handle a long list of timer functions: self- timer, interval timer, long exposure timer, as well as controlling the number of continuous shutter releases. It works with a vast array of different cameras- -just swap out the camera release cable for the correct camera. The transmitter works at distances up to 2. GHz frequency. Timer delays, exposure times, and intervals can be set for up to 9. You can also choose anywhere from 1 to 9. The receiver uses a CR2 lithium battery, and the transmitter uses 2x AAA batteries, which can last up to 4 years on standby.
Wireless Limited One-Year Warranty ShutterBoss We. Pearstone’s responsibility limitedwarranty shall limitedsolely itsoption. RCW-II-C1 Wireless ShutterBoss II Remote Switch with Digital Timer for Canon Sub Mini Cameras. Vello offers a full range of photography accessories for all kinds. The Pearstone Wireless ShutterBoss is great for time-lapse recording of blooming flowers, astrophotography, etc. Make certain to align batteries. Price $38, Whether you are in the studio or out in the field - the ShutterBoss Timer Remote from Vello provides photographers with an enhanced level of exposure control.
Compatible Cameras. NIKON: D1/D1. H/D1. X/D2/D3/D3x/D3s/D2. H/D2. Hs/D2. X/D2. Xs/D2. 00/D3. 00/D3.
D3. 00s/D7. 00 FUJI: S3 Pro, S5 Pro. KODAK: DCS- 1. 4NChannel Selector — 9. FSK 2. 4 GHz frequency. No dip switches to set. One transmitter can trigger multiple receivers. Extended Range — Up to 2. Multi- Function — Trigger your camera wirelessly or wired.
Versatile — One receiver works with dozens of camera models. Just swap out the camera release cable. Dual- Function Release — Press halfway to focus; press full to trigger shutter. Delayed Release — Delay function gives you extra time to get into position. Multi- Exposure — Take multiple shots with one press of the trigger. Interval Control — Control the amount of time between multiple shots. Long Exposure — Control the length of the exposure remotely.
LED Indicators — Confirm pre- focus and exposure. Ultra- Low Power — AAA transmitter batteries can last up to four years on standby.
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Vello Home Page. No two photographers are exactly the same. Vello offers a full range of photography accessories for all kinds of shooters. Download Music From Live Streaming Video Mac. Whether you need a battery grip, a lens extension tube, a shutter release, or a flash bracket, you’ll find the gear you need to perfect your photographer personality—whatever that might be.
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Pal. Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear. Shipping instructions: USPS Priority mail. Purchased used by me and used maybe once or twice. It's also equipped to handle a long list of timer functions: self- timer, interval timer, long exposure timer, as well as controlling the number of continuous shutter releases.
It works with a vast array of different cameras- -just swap out the camera release cable for the correct camera. The transmitter works at distances up to 2.
GHz frequency. Timer delays, exposure times, and intervals can be set for up to 9. You can also choose anywhere from 1 to 9. The receiver uses a CR2 lithium battery, and the transmitter uses 2x AAA batteries, which can last up to 4 years on standby. Price includes USPO Priority mail in CONUS and Pay. Pal fee. Sold items here about a year ago with buyer satisfaction. Have sold a number of items on e.
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