- Remote Enables Pro-Level Photography Control from a Distance
- Wirelessly Set Delay, Interval & Exposure Times for Shooting Sessions
- Highly Reliable Built-In Antenna w/Range of 100 Meters (330 Feet)
- Both Receiver & Transmitter May Also be Used as Wired Controllers , Batteries Not Included
Make Your Photography Go the Distance
Looking to further your shooting prowess? The Polaroid shutter remote is an extremely valuable addition to any photographer's arsenal and opens up a world of creative possibility. Connect it to your camera, and you are no longer physically bound the onboard shutter button. Instead, you can set everything up for the perfect shot using a tripod, and activate the shutter release from a distance of up to 100 meters (330 feet). Not only does this enable you to capture overhead shots that usually put the camera out of reach, you can now also cast yourself in your own photos in endlessly original ways.
Give Pro-Level Shooting Flexibility a Shot
For even more wireless shooting control, the Polaroid shutter remote's handheld transmitter unit features impressively accurate and reliable - yet easily programmable - timer capabilities. Create automated photography sessions with your choice of settings including specified number of shots, delay time before shooting, interval time between individual shots, length of time shutter remains open, and more. Once all is set, you can activate your session with the press of a single button. The transmitter even features a shutter button slide-to-lock, which relieves you of holding the button pressed down.
Your Choice: Go Wireless or Wire it All Up
By design, the Polaroid shutter remote is comprised of three pieces: a transmitter, a receiver, and a cable that connects the receiver to your camera. All three are included with your purchase. While the intended mode is to be using the transmitter for wireless control, the receiver unit also sports a shutter release button. You may also use the transmitter unit in wired mode by connecting it directly to the camera.