Radio trigger with Pixel TW-282 N3 interval timer for Canon

Pixel TW-282 is a radio drain tube with a built-in intervalometer and the ability to replace the connection cables.

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Pixel TW-282 allows you to remotely trigger the camera and plan a series of photos using the built-in intervalometer. It performs the functions of 2 devices: a radio trigger and an intervalometer.

The trigger supports the following modes:

  • single photo
  • continuous shooting,
  • [BULB] mode (you can precisely define the exposure time in [BULB] mode)
  • Interval

Compatible cameras: Canon 1D, 1Ds, 1Ds MkII, 1D MkII, 1D MkII N, 1D MkIII, 1Ds MkIII, 1D MkIV, 1DX, 1DC, 5D, 5D MkII, 5D MkIII, 5Ds, 5Dr, 6D, 7D, 7D M 7D MkIII, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 70D.

Main features:

  • Allows you to shoot at long exposures without moving the camera
  • It has extensive functions and is used, among others when taking night photos, astronomical photography, when preparing multimedia presentations (Flash animations), close-up photography, macro photography
  • Enables wireless camera triggering, while setting the shutter speed using the built-in intervalometer
  • The readable LCD display informs about the programmer's settings and status, and is also characterized by low energy consumption
  • Equipped with a two-stage button, when pressed, starts the measurement of light and autofocus, when pressed completely, it starts the shutter
  • Works with various brands / models of cameras, thanks to the possibility of replacing the connecting cable with the camera

The kit includes:

  • Pixel TW-282 interval meter
  • receiver
  • cable connecting the receiver with the camera
  • 2x AAA battery
  • CR2 battery
  • original packaging

Consumer Guarantee:

  • 2 years

Wyzwalacze

For cameras Canon
Transmission type radio
Application remote trigger
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