Remote Shutter Release

Twin1 R4U, Remote Shutter Rele ase for Canon, Pentax, Samsung

Twin1 R4U, Remote Shutter Rele ase for Canon, Pentax, Samsung

Part Code:

K6168

Description:

IR-wireless and wired remote release for digital and analogue Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Sony, Minolta, Panasonic, Leica, Pentax, Samsung and Sigma cameras.

Set comprises transmitter, receiver, release cable and more accessories. Transmitter with large release button, operation signal LED (serves also as a flashlight), operation and shutter mode selector and release cable connection outlet. Receiver (except R4N version for Nikon/Fujifilm) with two IR sensors integrated into front and rear side of the receiver housing, on/off switch, bulb shutter switch and indicator light.

Available shutter modes: normal shot with half-shutter, delay shot (only wireless) and bulb shot.

Operation modes: universal release for use with internal IR receiver of the camera (range: 50 m/150 ft. (Nikon, Pentax, Samsung) 
25 m/75 ft. Canon)) or dedicated release for use with the receiver supplied (range 100 m/300 ft.)

Dimensions and weight:
Transmitter: 88 x 26 x 17 mm, 19 g (3.5 x 1.0 x 0.7 in, 0.7 oz)
Receiver: 40 x 30 x 25 mm, 11 g (1.6 x 1.2 x 1.0 in, 0.4 oz)

Release cable: approx. 1 m/39 in.

Supplied with batteries.

£88.00
Inc VAT
Delivery next working day
Low Stock
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