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SMDV RFN-4s - Kit de disparador remoto para Nikon D1, D2, D3, D3s, D3x, D4, D800, D700, D300, D300s, D200, F100, F90, F6 y F5 (D100 solo con empuñadura de la batería)

4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 4 opiniones de clientes

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  • Para cámaras réflex de Nikon.
  • 2,4 GHz y 16 canales.
  • Alcance: 100 m.
  • Emisor con interruptor de dos velocidades.
  • Pequeño y discreto.

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 25,4 x 17,8 x 7,6 cm ; 454 g
  • Pilas 1 AAA (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: RFn-4s
  • ASIN: B005PCDSBQ
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 6 de enero de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 4 opiniones de clientes
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El disparador remoto como tal es muy discreto y fiable al uso, el problema es que las instrucciones de uso son prácticamente incomprensibles al uso, lo que te hace perder un montón de tiempo en intentar saber como sincronizarlo, de hecho yo no he podido configurarlo, para que no ejecute enfoque antes de realizar el disparo.
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Disparador remoto con precision a la hora de tomar la foto.
va de maravilla aunque las pilas del mando se me han gastado antes de lo esperado.
Muy recomendable
Muy buena Relacion calidad precio.
Lo recomiendo
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Es pequeño, programable en frecuencias, intuitivo y funciona a la primera.
La gran ventaja es que no ocupa la zapata del flash.
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Va perfecto con mi Nikon D1. Tanto el enfoque como el disparo genial. Sin duda una muy buena compra. Muy recomendable.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 456 opiniones
30 de 30 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great product! Works perfectly, and is small. 20 de abril de 2013
Por Tom B - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I recently bought this remote for use on my Nikon D800. When shooting on a tripod, any shake of the camera, even the slight movement from a gentle push on the shutter can introduce blur, so for the clearest, sharpest pictures it's important to use a remote shutter release.

In the past, I've always used a cable release, but it's a pain to put the 10-pin plug in the socket and screw it down, then remove it again for handheld shots. And on again for the tripod, then off again for walking around, again and again. What actually happens is that I abandon the cable release and put up with the motion blur from using my hands. I've tried leaving the cable release attached, but it dangles and gets caught on clothing and other gear. The same is true trying to put the camera with cable release attached into the camera bag.

This device solves those problems. The receiver, which is mounted onto the 10-pin connector to the side of the DSLR, is truly diminutive. It fits into a tucked-away contour on the camera, and is quite unobtrusive. There's no problem leaving it mounted all day, and switching back and forth easily from remote to manual trigger, via the little on-off button on the receiver. Very quick and easy. And it goes right into the camera bag, still mounted on the camera, no hassle. Great!!

And it works. Press the button on the transmitter halfway, and the receiver tells the camera to focus, just like with your finger on the camera's shutter release button. When the camera has acquired focus, the blue light on the transmitter goes from bright to dim. Then push the button all the way, and the blue light goes out momentarily, telling you you've successfully taken the shot. If the camera can't focus and fire, you see a red light on the transmitter, telling you to re-compose your shot for better focus.

And it works fine for bracketed shots. I shoot a lot of 5-exposure HDR brackets, and this remote handles it fine, just like regular shooting. This where the remote shines brightest, because any slight movement of the camera will be most evident when several exposures are combined in HDR software.

I love this thing!! I'm so glad I got it! I'm glad it exists. A few years ago, nothing like this was made -- by anybody. But here it is. It's inexpensive, and the build quality is high.

Anyone needing a remote for their Nikon DSLR would not go wrong buying this product. Highly recommended.
75 de 78 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very nice, quality matches camera it is used on 19 de enero de 2012
Por Greenmeadows - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Very nice. Used others in past and were cheaply made with so many different settings, was confusing as well as using non standard batteries. This is just right size, uses AAA battery and literally works just like the camera shutter release with half press to focus, full press to trigger shutter. Nice sliding cover to prevent accidental use when in pocket. Really nice that antenna gets its power from camera so it has no battery. No line of sight needed, can trigger from behind camera or in another room.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great little wireless trigger 25 de octubre de 2016
Por K. Craven - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I had upgraded camera bodies and my old wireless triggers didn't work with my new D810, so my husband got this for me and I love it! No wires dangling down the side of the camera, just a tiny little plug in the front. I've used this for the school portrait contracts I've had this fall season and it works great! I like how the shutter remote has a little sliding cover over the button too so that you can close it up if you're not using it and it doesn't accidentally fire when you don't want it to. I've used it at home while documenting baking fun with my kids too! I set up my tripod and put the wireless trigger on the floor and fired it with my big toe so I could use my hands to bake. I was a little worried at first that it wouldn't send the signal that far and with cabinets in the way, but I didn't have a problem at all.

The only complaints/cons about this is that the tiny antenna does stick up slightly higher than the camera and with some lenses I can't put it in/take it out without removing the lens. Because it sticks up a little, I can't just leave it in place and put my camera back in my bag, I have to take it on and off each time. Yes, I do know how laze this sounds, but that leads to the other con is that I have to remove the lens to take it on and off. I am able to take it on and off fine with my 85mm, but I have to take off my 24-70mm to get it on and off. I haven't tried it with my 70-200mm but then again I don't really think I would use the trigger with that lens anyway.

Overall, it is a great wireless remote though and I do recommend it.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I would have given 5-stars if it had only fit! 28 de mayo de 2017
Por Mike - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is very frustrating to not give this Wireless Remote a 5-star rating! The Remote is brilliant in so many ways, but unfortunately has a very large Achilles Heel! The threaded retaining ring that is supposed to thread into the 10-pin remote on the D500 does not thread into the 10-pin socket as it should and the connector cannot always be inserted far enough to complete the connection, so it is intermittent in operation. When it does work right it is excellent in operation. The threaded ring on the Receiver on my sample only engages in the threads of the socket about 1/4 turn of the threads. In contrast, the Nikon WR-10A I have for my D800 threads in at least 3 complete turns and secures that remote precisely. I know of what I speak. I worked for 13 years as a Broadcast TV Engineer/Video Journalist operating and maintaining Microwave and Satellite Remote Trucks. This isn't rocket science! Precision engineering of the connector is a complex task, but the quality control here could, and should be much better! There are many reviews that mention this issue, just search "Threads". I wish I had searched before I clicked. I will be replacing my sample, hoping to get a better sample of this Remote. I measured the outside diameter of the treads on each device. the RFN-4S threads measured 9.9 mm, and the threads on the Nikon WR-A10 Remote Controller
Adapter measured 9.8 mm.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works 100% of the time, good battery life. 11 de mayo de 2017
Por Preston B. Miller - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is my go to remote for my Nikon D810. Can't say enough good things about it. Great range, easy to use and stow, works every time. The battery lasts a long time so be caureful- the minute you finally forget it even has a battery it will fail haha! The holder has a space for a spare battery, use it! I made a new tiny waterproof case for the unit as the factory one is really only intended as packaging and eventually broke in my bag. I use this all the time for night shooting aurora and low speed high magnification shots like the moon where the camera must be stable and you can't touch it. This unit performed flawlessly in -40F multiple times, totally worth the money. It does block one of the FN buttons on the camera body- bummer, but I'd rather have that and the body installed portion tight to the camera, and it is. Not a bad trade-off. The portion mounted on the camera uses the camera battery for power, so be careful- if you don't hit the power button on it the battery may slowly drain dead. That would be my only change, make it turn itself off after a couple hours of non-use.