Mamiya Remote Control RS401 (Infrared) for RZ67 and 645 Pro, Pro TL and Super

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Mamiya Remote Control RS401


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The Mamiya Remote Control Set RS401 contains a wireless receiver unit which attaches to the camera's hot shoe and plugs into the receptacle on the side of the body, and operates via infrared impulses relayed by the transmitter.

Wireless operation of the camera is possible up to 30m (98.45') outdoors while a choice of 3 channels eliminates signal interference
Power Requirements Transmitter: Two "AA" alkaline batteries; Receiver: One S-006P 9V zinc-carbon battery.
Battery Life Transmitter: approx. 8 hours continuous; Receiver: approx. 8 hours
  • Transmitter: 114 x 48 x 34 mm (4.49 x 1.89 x .34") (LWH)
  • Receiver: 70 x 68 x 40 mm (2.76 x 2.68 x 1.57") (LWH)
  • Weight
  • Transmitter: 130g without batteries (4.59 ozs)
  • Receiver: 140g without batteries (4.94 ozs.)
  • Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.1 x 5.75 x 3.4"
    Mamiya Remote Control RS401 (Infrared) for RZ67 and 645 Pro, Pro TL and Super
  • One Transmitter unit
  • One Receiver unit
  • One-Year Warranty

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    Works as advertised

    By Peter of Armidale

    from NSW, Australia

    About Me Photo Enthusiast


    • Easy to Use


      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Weddings/Events

      Comments about Mamiya Remote Control RS401:

      The device does what it claims to do. It is very convenient for remote operation, and can be used in place of a self-timer to get oneself in the picture (the RZ67 has no self-timer). One can also interact more easily with the subject, given that it is easier to move around than when using a mechanical cable release. The batteries are easy to find in a local supermarket, at least where I live.

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