Rollei Wireless Remote Release with 2.4 GHz for Nikon
The manufacturer exposure options are not always sufficient – even in the case of Nikon – for special shooting situations and creative ideas. The Rollei wireless remote release with 2.4 GHz for Nikon DSLR cameras not only opens up completely new possibilities to passionate filter photographers and long-term-exposure professionals, but can also be adjusted and operated absolutely intuitively even in complete darkness due to the lit display. You can freely program the starting time and the length of exposure freely and even lead times of up to 100 hours (that is more than four days!) are steplessly adjustable.
The Nikon radio-controlled remote release for discerning outdoor photographers
Filter photographers often fall back on the option of manufacturing the most diverse exposure brackets. With the Rollei wireless remote release with 2.4 GHz for Nikon you can freely select the required exposure time from one second to 100 hours – a separate, clearly audible signal sound will inform you reliably about the successful exposure of your choice. The Nikon remote release works in the 2.4 GHz band, which is used with the 5 GHz band for reliable, extremely secure WLAN communication. However, it allows for greater ranges. You can make it comfortable for yourself at a distance of up to 50 meters of the location of the camera and trigger the arbitrarily selectable exposure time in a relaxed manner.
The Nikon remote release in a complete set that is ready to use
The GHz receiver is simply attached to the flash shoe of your camera and connected to the camera with the enclosed connecting cable. The necessary (AAA and CR2) batteries are included in the scope of delivery. You can start immediately. Theoretically, you can preselect many photographs ad infinitum with appropriate time intervals. In practice you are limited only by the storage capacity of the camera. You can set 1 to 399 photographs in the continuous shooting function with the easily operable function keys, which are directly under the broad display on the remote release for Nikon. Here you can also read off the time display “live”.