Wireless interval shutter release TW-282 N3 (for Canon 7D, 50D, 5D ...)
Wireless interval shutter trigger consists of one transmitter (TW-282TX) and one receiver (TW-282RX).
The remote control can be used in two different ways: you can connect the transmitter with a wire directly to the camera, or use a receiver to trigger wirelessly. Trigger is operating at frequency of 2.4 GHz, its range is up to 80 meters. One transmitter can trigger severaly receivers (and by that also cameras).
The LCD screen is showing information about the channel, battery status and shutter release mode, it is very user friendly.
This remote control has ultra-low power consumption (transmitter will operate with one set of batteries for approximately 3 years, while receiver powered by one CR-2 type battery will last for around 400 hours)
Shutter release modes:
- single shot mode
- burst mode (serial photos)
- bulb mode (shutter speed of 30 s and more)
- self-timer mode:
# Timer delay: from 0sec to 99hrs 59min 59sec (in 1sec steps)
# Shutter speed: from 0sec to 99hrs 59min 59sec (in 1sec steps)
# Interval: from 1sec to 99hrs 59min 59sec delay (in 1sec steps)
# Number of photos: 1-9999, or - - (infinity)
• TW-282 transmitter 1x
• TE-282 receiver 1x
• 1.5V AAA battery 2x
• connecting cable 1x
• CR-2 battery 1x
- transmitter: 149 x 49,5 x 24 mm
- receiver: 63 x 38 x 31 mm
Compatible with Canon: 7D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D, 5D, 5D Mark II, 1D, 1Ds, Mark III, 1Ds Mark IV.