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  • 100m 16 Channels Wireless Remote Shutter Control for Canon 60D 1200D 1100D 1000D 300D 350D 400D 450D 500D 550D 600D 650D 700D,G10 G11,Pentax DSLR Cameras as RS-60E3 100 meters
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100m 16 Channels Wireless Remote Shutter Control for Canon 60D 1200D 1100D 1000D 300D 350D 400D 450D 500D 550D 600D 650D 700D,G10 G11,Pentax DSLR Cameras as RS-60E3 100 meters

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  • With the wireless remote control, you can trigger the camera's shutter release from a long distance
  • Compatiable Models: Canon 1000d,500d,350d,400d,450d, pentax k seriers dslr camera, function as rs-60n3.
  • The package is consisting of two parts, one transmitter and one receiver. The receiver is to be inse

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: 100m RC-1
  • ASIN: B001EYJ8F4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Different from the infrared remote control, this radio-triggered wireless remote control can work as the remote cord which has the half-pressed function. So, just as the remote cord, two modes are available: A. Half-press the transmitter's button for auto-focus (the LED on both transmitter and receiver turns green), then press it completely for taking picture (the LED turns red). B. Bulb shutter, setting you camera to Bulb mode, and long press the transmitter's button, bulb starts since the LED turns red, repress when the long-exposure is completed. This wireless shutter release has strong anti-interference function and has 16 channels for you to choose. It is extremely useful if there are several photographers working nearby. Each photographer could choose their own channel to trigger off the shutter release of the camera they are going to use without triggering others' because of overlapping signals. You also can control more cameras with the channel switches on the transmitter and the receiver, and extra receivers if you need. Long lasting batteries, Alkaline Battery 23A 12V can be stand by for a year and trigger 20,000 times, the CR2 Li Battery can stand by for 1,000 hours. Both B release and continual shoting functions.

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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By R. Sunner on 4 Feb. 2009
After reading a number of various reviews for potential remotes for my Canon 450d I elected to go for this product. After having read reviews for the RC-1 unit I opted for this remote because of it's additional functionality; although I was a bit wary as there had been no previous user reviews. So far (admittedly it's only been 30 minutes) I've tried all the settings and am pleased to write that it all works!

So far I've been able to test that the remote works from different rooms (through floors and walls) without issue. I don't forsee any distance and positioning limitations that the RC-1 has - although admittedly I've yet to try this from anywhere outside the house. As promised the remote works with the 450d's bulb mode. This is activated by putting the camera in bulb mode and holding down the remotes button for 3 seconds then releasing it, and pressing again when you want to complete taking the photo. Continuous shooting also works. One of the added benefits is that this remote also allows the camera to focus before any photo is taken.

A nice added feature is that the receiver has a plastic bit that fits into the camera's flash holder, in this way the remote can be temporarily attached to the camera so it is not hanging freely. Although this same plastic bit does make it a little awkward to remove the battery cover on the receiver- but that's just being picky. The only issue I've experienced so far is that the various switches that allow you to change between the 16 channels are quite small. Having large hands I will have to use something to switch these over (if ever required). The build is not the greatest but sturdy enough.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Graham White on 24 Feb. 2009
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I agree with the point of the first reviewer (R. Sunner). However, my unit did not come with any plastic attachments to fit the receiver to the flash holder of my 450d. I'd be interested to see this and may ask the seller if it was supposed to be included as the item packaging was not sealed or taped up in any way.

The unit appears to operate the 450d with no problems. It seems to be a step up from the Canon branded RC-1 controller being radio driven rather than IR but for the same price. However, both units have advantages/disadvantages. The RC-1 requires you to put the camera in remote control mode (this one doesn't), but this controller means you have to fiddle attaching the receiver to the camera so six of one half a dozen of the other. But for me, the wider range of functionality and further signal reception of this controller win my vote.

It works with the camera modes as described. You can half press the button on the controller but this doesn't appear to focus the shot as it only focuses just before the shot is taken upon a full button press. However, if you think about how you'll use it, focusing just before the shot is probably the desired behaviour.

As described by the first review, build quality doesn't exactly feel solid and the frequency buttons really are tiny (you'll need a pin or something to change them). But for this price you can't expect huge quality, it does deliver on its promised functionality at the end of the day though which is what really counts.

Lastly, thanks to R Sunner as I may not have been brave enough to buy without the first decent review in place.

Update on Fri 27th Feb: I don't know what I was doing wrong but a half button press does now appear to work the auto focus for me.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Hallett on 28 Mar. 2009
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I bought this for my Pentax K200D as a replacement for a broken wired remote. I am well impressed. The receiver has a press on/off power button with an LED that glows red when it is switched on. Also another LED shows green when autofocusing and red when the shutter has been activated. The transmitter has a similar LED that provides the same function. The button on the transmitter seems solid enough and it is easy to activate the autofocus without activating the shutter (if required). The aerial is about 6 inches long but certainly is not required extended within at least 10 feet. The receiver comes with a lithium battery which is easily inserted through a battery door but there were no markings to show which way around so just try both until it works. The transmitter has no battery compartment so I can only assume that there is a replaceable set of batteries within (there are two screws at the back to take it apart). However, a label on the case says '12V' so it may well be more cost effective to buy a new unit rather than replace the batteries when they eventually die - only time will tell. My version didn't have a clip to attach to the flash shoe but it isn't heavy enough, or the cable long enough, to cause me any problem. As said previously, the code toggle switches are fiddly to use and need a pin or similar to move them - but I guess that's a good design because you only need to set them once and don't want to accidentally change the code in the field. OK, I've only had it a day but so far - top class !
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