Wireless Shutter Remote with Intervalometer Feature

In this video I show my cheap Wireless Remotes: http://cheesycam.com/wireless-shutter-remote-wired-shutter-remote-for-canon/

In this video I show my cheap Intervalometer / Timer Remote: http://cheesycam.com/canon-t2i-550d-timer-remote-timelapse/


I can't remember posting a remote like this, but here's one that combines the best of both worlds into a Wireless shutter remote and Wireless Intervalometer. For those who will ask, I don't think this remote can activate video mode. It is adding more batteries to the mix of things, but specs say that the CR2 battery lasts at least 400 hours of standby and the AAA will go 4 years on standby. It does of course mesh a few of my favorite reasons for packing remotes into the bag while saving some space. The brand Pixel was probably best known in the DSLR world for it's wireless Live View Remote LCD's. Price is more than a set of plain wireless triggers or a single intervalometer, but if you add up the dual functionality, it's priced about right. Another bag saving design is that these remotes use a modular Tether from receiver to camera. By purchasing the correct tether cord, you can use the same remotes with multiple camera models from different Canon's, Nikon's, Leica, Samsung, Olympus, and even some point and shoots. Here's the link to the Pixel Wireless Shutter Remote with Intervalometer Feature.

Some additional Information:
Supporting the function of single, continuous, delay shoot and the setting of the related parameter for timing plan shooting.
Delay mode is available to set delay time with number of shooting.
Delayed time can between 1 sec to 59 sec
Timer planning mode can be set the time between 0sec to 99hr 59min 59sec.
Number of shooting can be 1 to 9999 shoots and unlimited shooting.
Using free worldwide FSK 2.4GHz frequency system to improve the reliability and stability.
The socket from the transmitter is able to send out control signal directly.
User can control the various functions by the shutter connecting cable.

Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless control system
Transmission distance: 80 meters or above
Channel : 99 channels ,as well as ALL
Transmitter Standby time: more than 4 years (using the AAA battery)
The receiver standby time: 400 hours (using the CR-2 lithium battery)
Dimensions: Transmitter: 149 x 49.5 x 24 mm (W x H x D)
Receiver: 63 x 38 x 31 mm

Product Introduction
1.  TW-282 is using FSK 2.4GHz frequency channel, 99 specific channels and 1 universal channel.
2.  Operating distance range is 80M or above.
3.  The display is protected by coating ; it’s not easy to get scratch.
4.  LCD is showing “channel” , “battery life” and “function mode” .
5.  Compatible to Canon, Nikon, Pantex, Samsung, Panasonic, Lecia DSLR cameras .
6.  Support single shoot, continuous shoot, long exposure; also it is available to set the number of shots and delay time shot; you can set your shooting plan.
7.  Transmitter uses 3V CR-2 lithium battery, stand-by time is up to 400 hours or above.
8.  Receiver is using plug style socket for shutter release output, just insert the corresponding cable and connect with the camera

TW-282 Support the camera as below:

Nikon: D3X、D3、D700、D300、D300s、D200、D2Xs、D2Hs、D2X、 D2H、D1H、D1X、D1;N90s、F5、F6、F100、F90、F90X;
Fujifilm: S5 Pro、S3 Pro;
Kodak: DCS-14n

Nikon: DSLR D80, D70s

Nikon:DSLR D90、D5000

Canon:EOS 50D、40D、30D、20D、10D、7D、5D、5D Mark II、1Ds MarkIII、1D Mark III、1D Mark II N、1Ds Mark II、1D MarkII、1Ds、1D、1V、EOS 3、D2000.

Canon: EOS 1000D、550D、450D、400D、350D、300D;
Pentax:*istD、*istDL、 *istDs、 *ist、*istDL2、K100D、K110D、K10D、K200、 K20D;
Samsung:GX 1L、GX 1S、GX-10、GX-20;
Contax: 645、N1、NX、N Digital.


SONY:DSLR α900,α850, α700, α550, α500,α350, α300, α200, α100.
Konica Minolta: DIMAGE α2, α1,9,7Hi,7i,7,5,4,3,DYNAX 7D,5D.

Olympus:E520、E420、E510、E410、SP-570 UZ、SP-560 UZ、SP-550 UZ、SP-510 UZ.


Wireless Shutter Remote with Intervalometer Features

6 thoughts on “Wireless Shutter Remote with Intervalometer Feature

  1. Robert

    Is there any way of getting the length of the exposure shorter than 1 second on this intervalometer? The shooting control exposure time setting instructions that came in the package are pretty weak. So far the fastest shutter speed I can use is 1 second (which is good for blurring slower moving objects, however not so great for faster moving objects). Something lost in translation with the instructions, perhaps, or am I missing something? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Emm

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    @TekSone - There is no on/off switch. I remove the battery and flip it backwards (it's very easy). I've had mine for several years and still using the same battery.

  3. TekSone

    "CR2 battery lasts at least 400 hours of standby and the AAA will go 4 years on standby". 400 hours is only 16.666666 days. What? So is there a power switch so it can go off or is this one where you pop out the battery to save it?

  4. Nige

    If you set the remote to -- it will shoot infinitely, I don't know why but was not stated in the spec sheet !

  5. Emm

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    @Greg Vaughan - Have you tried setting it to zero? I have one remote that needs to be set to 0 and it will shoot infinitely.

  6. I purchased this unit and it works fine in every respect but one. It will only shoot up to 99 images in interval mode. Despite the claim of 999 images, the unit will scroll up to 99, and then roll over back to one. This doesn't allow for much time-lapse work at all.

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