Hahnel Combi TF Wireless Remote Control and Wireless Flash Trigger for Canon SLRs
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- Compatible with Canon DSLR: EOS 1000D 550D 500D 450D 400D 350D 300D 50D 40D 30D 20D 10D 7D 5D 5D Mark II 1D 1Ds Mark III 1Ds Mark IV Powershot G10 G11 Pentax K10 K20 K100 K200 K-1 Samsung GX10 GX20
- Wireless control of the camera’s shutter release, auto focus, continous shooting, bulb mode and 4 second timer delay trigger.
- Wireless flash trigger, Using multiple receivers, several portable flash units can be fired simultaneously, along with triggering studio lights.
- High-tech, reliable FSK 2.4GHz frequency, worldwide licence-free technology.
- Range up to 100m
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The HahnelCombi Tf Remote Control Lets You Control Your Digital Slr Remotely. The Triggerboasts A 100 M Range. This Wireless Remote Control Gives You The Flexibility Ofshutter Release, Auto Focus And Continuous Shooting, Making It The Ideal Choice For Nearly All Dslr Cameras.General:Accessory Type : Wireless Flash Synchronization SystemAccessories:Intended For : Flash, Digital CameraCompatibility (Camera Model) : Pentax K20D, Canon Eos 450D, Canon Eos 1000D, Canon Powershot G10, Canon Eos 500D, Canon Eos 5D, Canon Eos 20D, Canon Eos 10D, Canon Eos 350D, Pentax K-7, Samsung Gx-20, Canon Eos 7D, Canon Powershot G11, Canon Eos 300D, Canon Eos 30D, Pentax K10D, Canon Eos 400D, Canon Eos 40D, Pentax K100D, Samsung Gx-10, Canon Eos 1D, Pentax K200D, Canon Eos 5D Mark Ii, Canon Eos 50D, Canon Eos 550DTransmitters:Type : RadioOperational Range : 100 M
Hahnel Combi TF Remote Control & Flash Trigger
Capture the perfect shot and manage a wireless studio environment with the Combi TF - a wireless remote shutter release and remote flash trigger.
Wireless Remote Shutter Release
Take your best shots with the versatile Combi TF.
Compact and lightweight, the wireless remote control gives you the flexibility of shutter release, auto focus, continuous shooting, bulb mode and 4-second timer delay. For wildlife, landscape or sports photography, simply fix your camera to a tripod and capture that perfect moment.
Remote Flash Trigger
Manage your studio effectively using multiple receivers to fire several portable flash units or studio lights simultaneously – ideal for a wireless studio environment. Most importantly, the wireless functionality of the Combi TF means that you can move the flash units or studio lights to the best location to achieve the ultimate shot.
Equipped with interchangeable cables for all major brands, the Combi TF is the ideal remote control for practically all DSLR Cameras. The Combi TF uses high-tech, reliable FSK 2.4GHz frequency, which is a worldwide licence free technology.
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When I bought this item I could not discover from Hahnel's website or the Amazon description exactly what it did and didn't do, so I'm going to set it out here for anyone else who needs it.
The device has two purposes:
Purpose 1: Remote shutter release
Used in this way, you mount the receiver on the camera and connect it with the supplied connectors. There are three types supplied, which fit all current Nikons. If you half press the control it auto-focuses the camera. If you fully press it it takes a picture. If your camera is set to Bulb then you press it once to start the exposure and again, slightly longer, to finish it. If your camera is set to repeat exposure, you just hold it down. You can also switch it to four second delay, for which the transmitter and receiver both flash. Naturally, you could also set your camera to whatever delay you want and use it in that way as well. An illuminated button on the control tells you whether you've autofocused or are taking the shot.
There's also a setting for non-Nikon cameras, which uses more battery. Naturally, you'd also need the appropriate cable.
Purpose 2: Flash Triggering
You can also mount the trigger on the camera hotshoe and it will trigger the remote to fire a flash via a hot shoe, or via a studio light cable, which you have to buy as an extra, Hahnel Studio Light Cable for Combi TF Wireless Remote Control and Flash Trigger.Read more ›
Total control over my Canon 7D from quite a distance. The wireless trigger works a full 360 degrees around the camera also, and this little unit is ideal for capturing birds / small mammals etc ! Set your camera up on a tripod, manually Prefocus on your 'feeder' on the bird table, go sit down in the summer house / shed etc with a Beer / or wine, and wait.
The only thing I've noticed is that if the small control is left 'loose' in your camera bag or pocket, the button is very easy to depress, thus depleting your battery quicker. I have cut down the 'blister pack' that both units came in and I keep them in there as it's very hard to press the button through the 'blister'.
ONE FINAL BIT OF ADVICE --> the lead that plugs the camera into the remote socket must be set the right way round (black end to camera and grey end to receiver) otherwise it will not work.
Hope this is of use.
This has 2 uses
1) Wireless remote control camera shutter trigger
The receiver piece clips on to the camera shoe and a cable which is supplied goes from this receiver to the remote socket on the camera (Please note this is black one end & grey the other, it only works the right way round). The Transmitter then simply becomes a remote trigger to operate the shutter. It has a half press which can be very useful if using the autofocus in difficult lighting conditions.
If you need to use a flash you can clip the flash to the receiver unit so they are stacked, camera, receiver, flash -
There is however 1 problem with this. If your camera and flash are matched then they would normally communicate to achieve the best exposure, with them stacked this will not happen. The receiver has no contact points on it to talk to the camera so the flash is simply triggered to go off on your manual settings. There is however another way! The receiver is quite light and will happily dangle on the cable beside the camera - thus the camera and flash can be directly attached and will work on their automatic settings to give me my best results.
2) Off Camera flash trigger
The transmitter is placed on the camera as if it was the flash. The actual flash is clipped to the receiver unit which in turn is clipped into a tripod or whatever else you want to use. It only works on manual setting and when you press the shutter on your camera, the transmitter tells the receiver too tell the flash to fire.
Simple but genius. Highly recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is the best think in the history!! for the first time i can say that i'm in a photo thanks to this. hahaPublished 9 months ago by bogdan todor
Good value for money does what it says used mainly for remote shooting - have used it shooting from up to 30 metres away with no issues; also works well for remote flash. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frank WILLIAMS
As others have noted, the button on the sender is a bit too easy to press accidentally when in a bag or pocket. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Horace