e.g. for Canon EOS 700D, 650D, 600D, 550D, 500D, 100D, 60D, 7D, 6D, 5D Mark II + III
Nikon D7100, D5200, D5200, D3200, D800, D610, D600, D300
Panasonic Lumix G5, G3, G2, GH3, GH2, GF1, GX7, GX1, GM1
Olympus Pen E-PL5, E-PL3, E-P5, E-P3, E-P2, E-P1, E-PM2, E-PM1, OM-D E-M5, OM-D E-M1
Fujifilm Finepix X-E2, X-E1, X-M1, X-A1, XQ1, X-S1
suitable for Sony cameras, which provide a Multi Terminal socket for Sony RM-VPR1:
e.g. for Sony Alpha a7S, a7R, a7, a6000, a5000, a3000
for Fujifilm Fuji Finepix HS50EXR, RR-80A
and many more
JJC Universal HDR Timer Remote Cord and Infrared Remote Control
JJC MT-636 Universal HDR Timer Remote Cord and Infrared Remote Control
Timer remote cord for HDR bracketing with up to 9 exposures - also provides infrared mode
This timer remote control is a real multitalent as it unites the functions of several remote controls in one device. The MT-636 supports both manual shutter release as well as programmable functions such as delayed release, time exposure as well as interval and continuous shooting. The timer even allows HDR bracketing with up to 9 exposures. All the functions of this device can be set to the second and they can be used individually or in any combination. Using a suitable connecting cord you can connect the remote control to almost any camera, if it has a remote socket of course. And the remote control even allows you to release the shutter of compatible cameras via infrared. However, in IR mode the MT-636 only supports standard shutter release.
Programmable HDR bracketing with up to 9 different exposures - descending, ascending and mixed
The up to 9 shutter speeds of a bracketing can be programmed by choice: either descending, ascending or mixed. You only have to set an explicit shutter speed for each exposure you plan to make. After you press the start button, the bracketing runs automatically. But note: The shortest shutter speed you can set is 1 second. The very same applies to time exposure in general.
Shutter button for a manual shutter release - also allows to start and stop video takes
The timer has a two-step shutter button. Press the button halfway down to focus and all the way down to release the camera shutter. For a manual time exposure you can lock the shutter button. Then the timer counts up until you finish the time exposure. On video-capable cameras on which video capturing is controlled by the photo shutter button, you can even start and stop video shots using the MT-636.
With infrared mode for releasing the camera shutter via infrared
The MT-636 provides an infrared mode. Thus, the timer even allows you to release the camera shutter via infrared. This works with certain cameras made by Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung and Sony. But in use with cameras by most of these brands the MT-636 only supports direct single release. Only in use with Canon and Sony cameras the MT-636 enables a delayed shutter release. And on video-capable Sony cameras which support this funtion you can even start and stop video capturing via infrared.
Delayed release: 0s - 99h 59min 59s
Time exposure (bulb): 0s - 99h 59min 59s
Interval: 1s - 99h 59min 59s
Continuous shooting: 1-999 or infinite
Range (shutter release via infrared): approx. 5 m
Dimensions: 11 x 4,5 x 2,2cm
Power supply: 2 AAA batteries
Operation temperature: -20 to +50°C
Scope of delivery
1 MT-636 remote control, 2 AAA batteries (connecting cords sold separately)
Camera connecting cords are not included in the scope of delivery. They have to be purchased separately!Cable-A replaces CANON RS-80N3