Satechi WTR-B Wireless Timer Remote Shutter for D700, D300, D300S, D200, D3S, D3, D2H, D2Hs, D2x, D1, D1H, D1x, F100, F6, F5, F90X and F90 fully compatible with Nikon MC-30

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    Satechi WTR-B Wireless Timer Remote Shutter for D700, D300, D300S, D200, D3S, D3, D2H, D2Hs, D2x, D1, D1H, D1x, F100, F6, F5, F90X and F90 fully compatible with Nikon MC-30

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    Wireless Timer Remote Control Shutter is an advanced Nikon camera shutter release tool which can be used to release camera shutter, as well as to be programmed to run timed photography task, etc. Delay the starting moment, manage exposure time, set shooting interval or organize numbers of shots. It allows you to control camera shutter up to 50 ft away from a compatible Nikon camera.

    Uses 2.4 GHz radio frequency (RF) technology

    Handy for taking pictures of subjects that difficult to approach with minimized vibration

    Can activate the bulb function on the compatible cameras

    Ideal for time-lapse photography including blooming flowers and astrophotography

    Function as self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer- can be programmed as an intervalometer

    Includes time remind speaker and release signal lamp, LCD display and screen illuminator

    Additional Information

    Short Name Satechi WTR-B Wireless Timer Remote Shutter
    SKU B00B13OF3S
    UPC 879961003098
    Warranty 1 Year
    Connectivity Nikon camera connectors
    Compatibility Nikon D700, D300, D300S, D200, D3S, D3, D2H, D2Hs, D2x, D1, D1H, D1x, F100, F6, F5, F90X, F90, and MC-30 SLR cameras
    Product Dimensions TX (Transmitter): 155x40x18mm, RX (Receiver): 50x40x30mm
    Product Weight 13 oz

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    Can the WTR-B be used wired as well. In other words, can the cable be plugged in...

    Can the WTR-B be used wired as well. In other words, can the cable be plugged in to the control unit and used as if it were a MTR unit?

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      Yes, the WTR can be used wired as well. 

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    Customer Reviews

    • D3CityPics
    • posted by: D3CityPics
    • posted on: 4/4/2014
    Great Product I am a professional landscape photographer and my first experience with a remote shutter release was this model WITH a cord.
    Now...I own the wireless model and couldn't be happier. No learning curve at all. I used the Time Lapse option for the first time the other day while shooting a sunset. Put the camera in Shutter Priority and set the remote for 25 images using a 30sec cycle; then I sat back and relaxed. The results were great! I usually use it specifically for Long Exposure captures and never worry about the accuracy.
    The price was VERY reasonable, especially when you consider what you get. I highly recommend the WTB-B Wireless Remote Shutter to anyone who will listen.
    Cheers!
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