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Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DC-2 Connection

Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon and Olympus Kit

Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon and Olympus Kit

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Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon and Olympus Kit

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Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DC-2 Connection Vello 2.5mm Remote Shutter Release Cable for Select Olympus OM Cameras Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon and Olympus Kit

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  • 16,000,000 Possible Radio Channels
  • 1 Transmitter Can Trigger Many Receivers
  • Up to 320' (100 m) Range
  • Trigger Camera Wirelessly or Wired
  • Dual-Function Release - Focus & Shutter
  • Two-Second Delay Function
  • Multi-Exposure w/Single Press of Button
  • Control Length of the Exposure Remotely
  • Cables for Select Olympus & Nikon Incld.
  • Confirm Pre-Focus & Exposure Wirelessly
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  • 1Description

Vello's FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Select Nikon and Olympus Kit from B&H Photo allows you to trip your camera's shutter without disturbing the camera--ideal for wildlife photography, or when you don't want to risk unwanted vibrations, creating a less-than-sharp image caused by touching the shutter release button (for very long exposures or macro photography, for instance). This kit includes a Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DC2 Connection and a Vello Shutter Release Cable for Olympus Cameras. A 2-second delay mode is ideal for self-portraits. 16,000,000 possible radio channels ensure that you'll always have a clear signal (there are no dip switches to set--the device configures at the push of a button).

Because this is a radio remote, it can trigger your camera up to 320' (100 m) away, even when it's not in the line of sight of the transmitter (unlike infrared remote controls). You can even trigger your camera from around a corner! Not only can you trigger your shutter with this set, you can set autofocus and trip the shutter using the dual-function release; take multiple shots with a single press of the trigger; control the length of a long exposure; delay the trigger for 2 seconds; trigger your camera either wirelessly or wired (wired triggering works even if the battery in the receiver is dead or missing!); and (with additional optional receivers) trigger multiple cameras at the same time.

LED indicators confirm pre-focus and exposure. The transmitter operates on a 23A 12V battery that will last 3 years under normal circumstances. The receiver uses a CR2 3V battery that's good for approximately 20,000 triggers. The included RCC-01 camera cable release is compatible with the Olympus OM-D, E-M1, E-M5, E-M10; Evolt E400, E410, E420, E450, E510, E520, E620; Pen E-P2, E-P3, E-PL2, E-PL3, E-P5, E-PL5, E-PL7, E-PM1; SP-510UZ, SP-550UZ, SP-560UZ, SP-570UZ, XZ-1v and XZ-2 cameras, and the included RCC-N2 cable is compatible with Nikon D90, D600, D3100, D3200, D5000, D5100 and D7000 cameras. By simply using other (optional) cable releases, you can use the transmitter and receiver with dozens of other camera models.

  • Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DC-2 Connection

    Whether capturing images in the studio or on location, the Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release adds flexibility and versatility to your shooting style. Photography unplugged - shooters can interact with a model, view the scene or set from alternate angles, or set a camera by a stream to capture an image of a bear hunting while you remain at a safe distance away - all this and more without missing a beat, a shot, or a moment. This particular FreeWave unit is compatible with cameras with the Nikon DC-2 connection, i.e. Nikon D610, D750, D3200, D5300 and D7100 DSLRs.

    This versatile shutter release features Smart Code technology which allows it to be configured to operate on up to 16 million possible radio channels. You can easily switch channels to "zero in" on a frequency that provides optimal range and functionality.

    The FreeWave operates with radio frequency (RF) technology, therefore a direct line of sight is not necessary; radio waves pass through objects such as windows and walls. It is unlike other wireless remotes on the market that operate on an Infrared (IR) system and require a direct line of sight between transmitter and receiver to make things work.

    Since touching the camera even lightly while capturing an image can create a blurred image, the FreeWave eliminates this by tripping the shutter without any disturbances. This is critical when photographing subjects close up, and for long-exposures and macros. It is also extremely valuable when photographing nature, wildlife and other subjects that are difficult for you to get close to.

    Compatibility
    Nikon: Df, D90, D600, D610, D750, D3100, D3200, D3300, D5000, D5100, D5200, D5300, D5500, D7000 and D7100; CoolPix P7800
    Smart Code
    The FreeWave's Smart Code feature allows you to operate on 16,000,000 possible radio channels. No DIP switches need to be set, and one transmitter can trigger multiple receivers. The units have been synchronized at the factory, so your system can work right out of the box. However, to maximize signal quality and range, it is best to use the Smart Code technology to sense the "quiet" frequencies in your environment and re-synchronize on that channel.
    Extended Range
    The FreeWave can fire the camera's shutter from distances up to 320 feet (100 meters).
    Multi-function
    Trigger your camera wirelessly or wired. Wired triggering even works if the receiver battery is dead or missing.
    Dual-Function Release
    Press the transmitter's button half way to focus; press it fully to trigger the shutter.
    Delayed Release
    The two-second delay function gives you extra time to get into position.
    Multi-exposure
    You can take multiple shots with one press of the trigger.
    Long Exposures
    With the FreeWave you can control the length of the exposure remotely.
    LED Indicators
    Two LED indicators confirm pre-focus and exposure when in the wireless mode.
    Versatile
    The FreeWave includes a camera release cable that works with your particular camera model. By simply changing to another cable (additional purchase required) a single receiver can work with many other cameras as well.
    UPC: 847628029538
  • Vello 2.5mm Remote Shutter Release Cable for Select Olympus OM Cameras

    This Vello 2.5mm Remote Shutter Release Cable is a coiled cable for connecting a Vello remote shutter release receiver or other remote receiver with a 2.5mm jack to select Olympus cameras.

    Compatibility
    Olympus: OM-D E-M10 Mark II, E-M5 Mark II; E-PL5, E-PL6, E-PL7; Stylus 1s
    UPC: 847628586277
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  • Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DC-2 Connection
    Smart Code Channels 16,000,000 possible codes
    Range Up to 320' (100 m)
    Frequency 433 MHz
    Shutter Modes Single shot
    2 sec delay
    Continuous
    Bulb
    Confirmation LEDs 2 colors
    Power Source Transmitter: 1 x 23A 12V battery
    Receiver: 1 x CR2 3V battery
    Battery Life Transmitter: up to 3 years
    Receiver: approx. 20,000 triggers
    Dimensions Transmitter: 3.22 x 1.06 x 0.55" (82 x 27 x 14mm)
    Receiver: 2.32 x 1.49 x 1.14" (59 x 38 x 29mm) with cold shoe mount
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.9 x 2.8 x 1.3"
  • Vello 2.5mm Remote Shutter Release Cable for Select Olympus OM Cameras
    Length Coiled: Approximately 16" (40.6 cm)
    Stretched: Approximately 36" (91.4 cm)
    Connections 2.5mm jack to select Olympus cameras
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 3.0 x 1.0"
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