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Vello FreeWave Plus Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Various Cameras $29.95 @ B&H Photo w/ Free Shipping

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Specs:
Frequency: 2.4GHz
Range: 320'
Channels: 16
Built-In Antenna
Dual-Function Release
Four-Second Delay Function
Multi-Exposure & Long Exposure Modes
Works Wired or Wirelessly
LED Indicators
Each Device Runs on Two AAA Batteries
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I'd rather just use the built in timer. Most modern cameras have bloothooth connectivity and can be used for taking shots.
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This is great for grabbing pictures with you in them, especially if it's going to take a bit for you to get into position or want to take multiple shots without going back to the camera. The range is much better than Bluetooth.
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Would this be good for time lapses,or am I thinking of a different device?
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Would this be good for time lapses,or am I thinking of a different device?
No, this is for manually triggering the shot, just from a distance.
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Good deal, thanks! Will be handy for taking pictures of birds at the feeder without scaring them off...
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$25 everyday price at amazon
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This is the old Pixel-RW211 OR other generic name you can find.
Commonly less then $25 or less.

The Pixel T-8 is the updated and much better version as the power is a switch and not a push button which turns on randomly in a bag from being pressed. However the cables are different 3.5 instead of 2.5.
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Has anyone tried any of the apps available to do the same thing? Are there any advantages to having a physical item that costs money?
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Has anyone tried any of the apps available to do the same thing? Are there any advantages to having a physical item that costs money?
Probably not the info you're looking for but my DSLR (Pentax K-S2) has built in WiFi and there's an app they have that can be used to "wirelessly control camera operation" (take a picture) and also transfer images from the camera. I don't really use it but I downloaded it just to try it out when I first got the camera and I was able to take a picture remotely just fine.

If you can use an app I don't see any advantage this thing has over that...unless the app needs cell phone reception or something that you might not have up in the mountains or somewhere way out there while taking photos. Someone mentioned how this has more range than Bluetooth...but how far are you really going to be from your camera when trying to remotely take a picture?
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hurray thank you for the deal!!!
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