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Wireless Remote Control for Nikon D5000 D90 D80 D70s D60 D50 D40 38700190

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Features

  • Use of high-grade PU material, durable, non-deformation
  • Range of transmit under normal ambient temperature can up to 25 meters, avaible control time can up to about 5 million
  • Release Mode: Focus, shooting and B mode
  • Range: 25m without and obstruct and within 30 degree
  • Compatible with: Nikon D90 D80 D70S D70 D50 8400 8800 Pronea S F75 F65 F55 N65 N75 Nuvis S Lite Touch D40 D40X

Description

How to Use Remote Capture on Camera:
Install the software that comes with your camera. Most cameras built with USB interfaces come with the necessary software. For Canon DSLRs you use EOS Remote Capture, a feature included on the CD packed with the camera. Breeze Systems offers DSLR Remote Pro for Windows, which is downloadable software to support remote capture on most Canon DSLR cameras. For Nikon cameras, Breeze offers NKRemote, which is also software supporting remote capture. Breeze's products work only on Windows Vista, XP, 2000, ME or 98 SE. Canon Remote Capture X for Canons and Sofortbild (for Nikon cameras) can be used on any Mac running OS X 10.1, 10.2 or newer
If using the camera's manufacturer's software, install all updates from their website
Attach the camera to the computer using the USB cable that came with the camera
Turn on the camera and start the remote capture. While most computers automatically detect the camera's presence and open the relevant remote capture tool for you, open it yourself and begin shooting photos from your computer
Guide to Check Infrared Remote:

Remove the batteries from the infrared remote and replace them with new batteries
Charge the digital camera's batteries so that it has a full charge
Turn on the digital camera. Hold the digital camera in front of you with your left hand so that you are looking at the LCD screen on the camera's back
Hold the infrared remote in your right hand so that the sensor at the front of the infrared remote is aimed at the lens on the front of the digital camera
Press any button on the infrared remote with your right hand while looking at the LCD screen of the digital camera
Look for a small white dot to appear and disappear in sync with pressing the button on the infrared remote. This is the light being emitted from the infrared sensor and means that the infrared remote is working


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