Remote Shutter Release

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Beanie, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Beanie

    Beanie Clicker Cult Coordinator

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    I know they have these for SLRs - do they make them for a DSLR? It would be snazzy to have one that I can use on my Rebel and Digital Rebel both, but right now the digital is my priority as I can always delete something instead of wasting film... but if they only make 'em for the 35mm then I guess that's what I'll get!

    Suggestions? I poked around Ritz Camera but wasn't really sure what I was looking for so I gave up, LOL. (Also it's dangerous for me to browse there!) I'd really like one that's a wireless remote if possible...
     
  2. skKi

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    I bought a wireless remote for my D40 for 3 bucks off eBay. Nothing fancy of course, but all I needed was something to trigger the shutter and that's what I got. I'm sure you could find one there for your Rebel.
     
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    Yes I bought the tiny remote for my D40x from Amazon. Works very nicely. You have an option in camera of a delay or instant in case you want to get into the pic yourself or fix something after you push the remote button.
     
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    Check adorama too. They usually have good prices.
     

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