CINEGEARS Wireless Trigger Receiver

BH #CI1429 • MFR #1-429
CINEGEARS
CINEGEARS Wireless Trigger Receiver
Key Features
  • Supports Canon, Sony, RED, ARRI & More
  • 328 ft Start/Stop Transmission Range
  • <1 ms Latency
  • Up to 48-Hour Battery Life
The CINEGEARS Wireless Trigger Receiver pairs with a transmitter (model # 1-430) to provide wireless start/stop functionality to most professional cinema cameras. It features a 328-foot transmission range with under one millisecond of latency, and it is battery-operated and runs for up to 48 hours on a single charge.
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$539.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

CINEGEARS Wireless Trigger Receiver

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CINEGEARS 1-429 Overview

The CINEGEARS Wireless Trigger Receiver pairs with a transmitter (model # 1-430) to provide wireless start/stop functionality to most professional cinema cameras. It features a 328-foot transmission range with under one millisecond of latency, and it is battery-operated and runs for up to 48 hours on a single charge.

The receiver features two ports supporting Canon, Sony, RED, and ARRI cameras, and a third port for custom cables. Up to 45 units can be simultaneously paired with an optional transmitter.

Key Features

  • 328 ft start/stop transmission range with less than 1 ms of latency
  • Battery-operated for up to 48 hours on a single charge
  • Supports most professional cinema cameras, including Canon, Sony, RED, and ARRI
  • Offers port for custom camera cables
  • Up to 45 units can be simultaneously paired with an optional transmitter
  • Robust aluminum housing
  • Rechargeable via micro USB ports using standard USB chargers, sold separately
UPC: 612520356026

CINEGEARS 1-429 Specs

Transmission Distance328 ft (100 m) from optional transmitter (model # 1-430)
EnclosureAluminum
Charging Portmicro USB
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