Twin1 Universal Infrared Wireless & Wired Remote Shutter Release Transmitters and Receivers
For compatible cameras with a built-in infrared sensor, such as the Canon Digital Rebel and the Nikon D70, the Twin1 Infrared Wireless Remote release allows you to take a picture without having to touch the camera. Using the Twin1 Transmitter instead of your camera's own shutter button is said to assure super sharp pictures by preventing camera shake. The Twin1 claims the longest infrared wireless range of any infrared transmitter. It fully supports instant and half shutter auto focus/auto exposure functions.
The Twin1 measures just 2.4" x 1.5" x 0.5", making it one of the smallest transmitters on the market, and features a handy key ring attachment with a quick release clip. It has a central button to fire the camera shutter and two switches on the sides. The first is a setting for half shutter mode, which can be used wirelessly. The second switch is a unique setting for time exposure, B mode, which utilizes the included wired release.
The Twin1 Shutter Release Receiver is designed for use with cameras that do not have a built-in infrared sensor. It gives all compatible cameras Infrared Sensor capabilities. The Twin1 Receiver fits directly into the electronic release socket of your camera leaving the hot shoe unoccupied. This frees the hot shoe for a flash while using the wireless receiver. The Twin1 Receiver has two sensors located in the front and rear of the receiver, which allows triggering from every angle. It provides 60ft of wireless operating range.
The Twin1 Universal Transmitter has a suggested retail price of $34.95. The Twin1 Universal Transmitter and Receiver Sets are $89.95.
Additional information is available at http://www.argraph.com.
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