Wireless Remote Switch

wireless remote switch
    wireless remote
  • A remote control unit that uses either IR (infra-red) or RF (radio frequency) signals to control another device (think of your TV or cable remote).
  • Adopt a new policy, position, way of life, etc
  • control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
  • Change the position, direction, or focus of
  • Adopt (something different) in place of something else; change
  • substitution: an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
  • switch over: change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence

On the remote chance Project 365(3) Day 125
On the remote chance Project 365(3) Day 125
There are occasions when I need to operate my camera remotely. For example, for taking pictures using slow shutter speeds or when I want to be in the shot. There are several ways to accomplish this: the first is to use the built in time delay on the camera which works but is not always convenient. Far better is to have some sort of remote control because it is possible to time the exposure perfectly with one of those. The simplest form of remote control uses infra red to trigger the shutter via the sensor at the front. These work perfectly well as long as you are positioned in front of the camera. Then there are cable releases which plug into a port at the side of the camera. The only restriction with these is of course the length of the cable. The most versatile remote controls are undoubtedly the wireless ones which can operate at distances up to 100m. As you might imagine these can be very expensive, Canon’s version for example costs hundreds of pounds. Fortunately the Chinese company Yongnuo makes one at a more affordable ?13 which works a treat. Plug it in, switch it on and press the button and voila, the picture is in the bag. It is an accessory that can stay in my camera bag waiting for those times when I need to use it.
There's nothing up here except a collection of moose necks and weasel blankets, so I'm not entirely sure what the scratching noise in the middle of the night is. Maybe its that small one-eyed Japanese hairball scuttling about with her pointy knife fingers.

wireless remote switch
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