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Infrared Remote Shutter Controller for Canon Cameras

Infrared Remote Shutter Controller for Canon Cameras

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Weight:
12 g
SKU:
431000001
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This device allows you to easily control your camera's shutter via IR signal (your camera must support IR control function). This controller connects to an available channel on your model's receiver, so it can be setup on a switch, stick or knob. Great for aerial photography!

Different camera brands utilize different IR signal so be sure to pick the appropriate controller for your camera (Canon, Sony or Nikon).

Specs:
Dimensions: 20x12x8mm
Weight: 0.9g
Camera Brand: Canon

  • SKU 431000001
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 12.00
  • Length 40.00
  • Width 10.00
  • Height 40.00
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This product was bought to use as a trigger for DSLR cameras. But the cameras have not suitable. It does not work.

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This product was bought to use as a trigger for DSLR cameras. But the cameras have not suitable. It does not work.

Works spotless-with my Canon M controlled by J8 Futaba, I have made already pictures it's simple IR transmitter same like pocket IR controller for camera, I was almost to buy very expensive and complcated sustem with max distance of 150mtr-now I have as far as Futaba does

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Works spotless-with my Canon M controlled by J8 Futaba, I have made already pictures it's simple IR transmitter same like pocket IR controller for camera, I was almost to buy very expensive and complcated sustem with max distance of 150mtr-now I have as far as Futaba does

Exactly what I wanted. I tested with a Canon Kiss X ( 400D by another name ) and used an Orange 610 RX connected to a 12A ESC and a 460mah 3s ( just what I had around ) I connected the shutter controller to the gear channel on the RX using a 10cm male to male servo lead. When I plugged in the battery the red led lit up on the shutter controller and flickered when I cycled the gear switch on the TX. I set the camera to infra red trigger mode and successfully took half a dozen boring photos of my office, one photo each time I cycled the gear switch on the TX. Now I've just got to buy a Canon camera small enough to go on a plane but I also have a way of being in the family photos. Many thanks to whoever submitted the file with the instructions.

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Exactly what I wanted. I tested with a Canon Kiss X ( 400D by another name ) and used an Orange 610 RX connected to a 12A ESC and a 460mah 3s ( just what I had around ) I connected the shutter controller to the gear channel on the RX using a 10cm male to male servo lead. When I plugged in the battery the red led lit up on the shutter controller and flickered when I cycled the gear switch on the TX. I set the camera to infra red trigger mode and successfully took half a dozen boring photos of my office, one photo each time I cycled the gear switch on the TX. Now I've just got to buy a Canon camera small enough to go on a plane but I also have a way of being in the family photos. Many thanks to whoever submitted the file with the instructions.

Fantastic item. I use them all the time. In little: planes, wings, quadcopters, howercrafts - you name it. Nice cheap thing.

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Fantastic item. I use them all the time. In little: planes, wings, quadcopters, howercrafts - you name it. Nice cheap thing.

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