Revo VRS-MULTI-W Wireless Multi-Interface Remote for Sony Cameras and Camcorders

BH #REVRSMULTIW • MFR #VRS-MULTI-W
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Revo VRS-MULTI-W Wireless Multi-Interface Remote for Sony Cameras and Camcorders
Key Features
  • 2.4 GHz Frequency for up to 328' Range
  • Smooth & Consistent Video Zoom
  • Start and Stop Recording
  • Minimizes Camera Shake
Control your video zoom, start/stop functions, or initiate recording wirelessly with the VRS-MULTI-W Wireless Multi-Interface Remote for Sony Cameras and Camcorders from Revo up to 328' away. Cameras equipped with a power-zoom lens can go from a wide-angle to telephoto angle by toggling the variable speed rocker back-and-forth. This feature provides smooth video zoom. The dedicated start and stop button enables you to initiate video recording or you can use the shutter release button to take a photograph. If you're in bulb mode, the locking feature holds the shutter open, while minimizing camera shake.
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Revo VRS-MULTI-W Overview

Control your video zoom, start/stop functions, or initiate recording wirelessly with the VRS-MULTI-W Wireless Multi-Interface Remote for Sony Cameras and Camcorders from Revo up to 328' away. Cameras equipped with a power-zoom lens can go from a wide-angle to telephoto angle by toggling the variable speed rocker back-and-forth. This feature provides smooth video zoom. The dedicated start and stop button enables you to initiate video recording or you can use the shutter release button to take a photograph. If you're in bulb mode, the locking feature holds the shutter open, while minimizing camera shake.

Switch between different grid-line options whether you are shooting video or photo, which helps to compose an image easily. Having wireless capability is ideal when you should step away from your setup, and the LED status indicators help to maintain visual contact with the receiver, so you get feedback alerting you whether everything is working properly or having some other type of issue to take care of. Once you are done, you can put the camera in sleep mode, which also conserves the camera's battery power.

Functions

  • Manage camera functions with compatible Sony cameras wirelessly
  • Control video zoom, start/stop, and shutter release
  • Switch between different grid-line options
  • Maintain the shutter open while shooting in bulb mode
  • Place the camera in sleep mode

Compatible Cameras

Sony Alpha:
  • a9 II, a9, a7S II, a7S, a7R IV, a7R III, a7R II, a7R, a7 III, a7 II, a7
  • a6600, a6500, a6400, 6300, a6100, a6000, a5100, a5000, a3000
  • a99 II, a77 II, a68, a58 

  • Sony Cyber-Shot:
  • DSC-RX1R II, DSC-RX10 IV, DSC-RX10 III, DSC-RX10 II, DSC-RX10
  • DSC-RX100 VII, DSC-RX100 VI, DSC-RX100 VA, DSC-RX100 V, DSC-RX100 IV, DSC-RX100 III, DSC-RX100 II
  • HX400V, HX400, HX350, HX300, WX500
  • HX90V, HX99, HX80, HX60V, HX60, HX50V, HX50

  • Sony Handycam:
  • FDR-AX33, FDR-AX53, FDR-AX-100, FDR-AX100E, FDR-AX700
  • HDR-CX220, HDR-CX230, HDR-CX290, HDR-CX380, HDR-CX405
  • HDR-CX430V, HDR-CX440, HDR-CX455, HDR-CX675, HDR-CX900
  • HDR-CX900E, HDR-PJ230, HDR-PJ380, HDR-PJ430V, HDR-PJ650V, HDR-PJ790V

 

UPC: 847628009073

Revo VRS-MULTI-W Specs

Release TypeWireless: RF (Radio Frequency)
Camera ConnectionSony Multi-Terminal
Channels1
Wireless Frequency2.4 GHz
Interval Timer/ProgrammableNo
Live ViewNo
Mobile Device/App-enabledNo
Shutter ModesBulb, Continuous, Single Shot
Wireless Range328.08' / 100 m
Receiver Dimensions1.1 x 1.5 x 2.8" / 27.0 x 39.0 x 70.0 mm
Receiver Power SourceBattery
Receiver Battery Requirements2 x AAA
Receiver Weight0.95 oz / 27 g (without batteries)
Transmitter Power SourceBattery
Transmitter Battery Requirements2 x AAA
Transmitter Dimensions0.7 x 1.4 x 4.9" / 17.0 x 35.0 x 124.0 mm
Transmitter Weight1.06 oz / 30 g (without batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.8 x 3.1 x 1.45"
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