Vello FreeWave Viewer VL AV & Shutter Release Cable for Canon 5D Mark II

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Vello FreeWave Viewer VL AV & Shutter Release Cable for Canon 5D Mark II
Key Features
  • Connect Camera to Live-View Transmitter
  • Allows Remote Firing with FreeWave VL
The FreeWave Viewer VL AV & Shutter Release Cable for Canon 5D Mark II from Vello will connect your camera to the FreeWave Viewer VL transmitter and allow the transmitter to send a live preview feed to the viewer. One end of the cable connects to the transmitter, and the other end to the camera. The side of the cable that connects to the camera splits in two; one side is a 3.5mm AV connection for sending the video signal to your viewer, and the other is a 3 pin connection for the shutter release to fire the camera.
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Vello Viewer VL AV Overview

The FreeWave Viewer VL AV & Shutter Release Cable for Canon 5D Mark II from Vello will connect your camera to the FreeWave Viewer VL transmitter and allow the transmitter to send a live preview feed to the viewer. One end of the cable connects to the transmitter, and the other end to the camera. The side of the cable that connects to the camera splits in two; one side is a 3.5mm AV connection for sending the video signal to your viewer, and the other is a 3 pin connection for the shutter release to fire the camera.

Compatible with the following Canon cameras: 5D Mark II
UPC: 847628573130

Vello Viewer VL AV Specs

Length12" (30.5 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.55 x 1.95 x 0.7"
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