Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger (A) for iPhone 4S / 5(C,S), iPad 3 / Mini, Samsung Galaxy SIII, SIV, Note II for Canon EOS-1V/1VHS, EOS-3, EOS-D2000, D30, D60, 1D, 1Ds, 1D X, 1D C, EOS-1D Mark II,III,IV, EOS-1Ds Mark II,III, EOS-10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 5
October 22, 2013For the price you just cant beat it!
Excellent little gadget that does what you expect for a reasonable price!
July 25, 2013Good Product - Very fast delivery to Europe
Very Nice product, easy to set-up and run. Now, just hope that the application will beimplemented with some new possibility, for example to shoot based on sound, or vibration, or other sensors a crazy one to use the phone camera to detect displacement... Even without that, a must to have, very light and usefull device !!!!
April 26, 2013Great device, well worth 50 dollars
I would highly recommend this device to anyone. To be able to control so much from your phone is just fantastic! Easy to use and great App. for my iPhone!
March 10, 2013Does all it says it does in a smart package!
A great little package with an attractive price point! Good construction and the device screws on nicely on the hotshoe mount. Quality of the receiver seems good. Easy to understand manual! The iPhone app works flawlessly together with the receiver, no lag or "misfires" using the remote. Especially like the counter showing time when the shutter lock is enabled. Timed and intrval mode works perfect as well. Overall very pleased with this product so far! Looking forward to the Android app as well as this is my primary phone.
March 8, 2013It works well.
I have a canon wired shutter release. I love it, but I worry about the long cable, and having someone trip over the cable, and drag my camera to the ground, breaking things that cost too much to replace. SOLVED! The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Trigger for my Canon 5D Mark II fixed that problem for me. It works well and I love it. However, I would really love being able to plug my Canon Wired trigger into my iPhone, and use that to trip the Satechi iPhone Application, which then would trigger the Camera. … I like the feel of the canon trigger in my hand much more than holding the iPhone.
March 8, 2013Excellent wireless shutter that works perfectly
I’ve been using a no name brand intervalometer that admittedly was cheap, but the worst part was that the timing was off! I would set it for intervals of 10 seconds and the first shots would be at 10 seconds, but then they would be all over the place at 10.06, 9.90, 10.11, etc. Sure, not that big of a difference, but when you buy something, you expect it to work the way it states. This one isn’t very expensive either, so I had some reservations about it, but it’s been working great and best of all, the timing is perfect.