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EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s

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What you are viewing is a FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s.Ideal for Nikon D80 D70s, this Wireless Shutter Release allows you to release the shutter when you want to avoid camera vibration or to shoot from a distance. Aut...
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Specifications:


  • The Wireless Shutter Release can prevent camera shake for super telephoto shots, macrophotography, and bulb exposures
  • High quality assurance, made of durable material
  • Auto focus, wireless bulb shutter, single and continuous shooting function (Corresponding function setting is required for camera)
  • Ideal for Nikon D80 D70s, this Wireless Shutter Release allows you to release the shutter when you want to avoid camera vibration or to shoot from a distance
  • Effective distance to 100 meters
  • 16 species FM options
  • This is a non-OEM product
  • Compatible with: Nikon D80 D70s

Name


Launcher


Receiver


Battery


12V/23A


2 x AAA battery


Battery Life


A year standby time or 20000 times keys


Standby time 800 ours


Channel


16


16


Remote Distance


100m(Indoor)


 


Indictor


Double-color indicator


Double-color indicator


Wireless Frequency


433Hz


433Hz


B Shooting Model


3 Seconds


 



Details:

EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s


  • The Wireless Shutter Release can prevent camera shake for super telephoto shots, macrophotography, and bulb exposures

EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s


  • Ideal for Nikon D80 D70s, this Remote Control Shutter Release allows you to release the shutter when you want to avoid camera vibration or to shoot from a distance

EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s


  • Auto focus, wireless bulb shutter, single and continuous shooting function (Corresponding function setting is required for camera)

EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s


  • Delay the starting moment, manage exposure time, set shooting interval or organize numbers of shots

About Camera Shutter Release:


  • Camera Basics: The two main components that work together on a camera is the aperture and shutter speed. The aperture controls how much light is let into the camera body, hitting the film/sensors, while the shutter speed dictates how long the light lasts
  • Shutter Speed: Within the camera body is a mechanism that controls how long the film/sensors are exposed to the light. In low light situations, the shutter is open for longer. In bright light, the shutter opens and closes in a fraction of a second

EM FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s


  • Shutter Release Cables: A shutter release cable connects to the camera and allows the photographer to take a photograph without having to touch the camera. In manual, 35 mm cameras, with no electronic controls, a wire with in the cable was pushed out to press down on the shutter release button. In modern cameras with electronic controls, the shutter release cable sends an electrical signal telling the camera to operate the shutter and take the photograph.
  • Low Light: In low light situations in which the shutter in the camera remains open for a longer period of time, any movement of the camera during the exposure will result in a fuzzy or blurry photograph. A tripod is employed in low light situations and a shutter release cable is used to further minimize any potential movement of the camera during the exposure
  • Other Uses: Portrait photographers will often use a shutter release cable when they take portraits. It is easier for subjects to have a person to connect with when the portrait is being taken than just being asked to sit still, smile and look at the camera. The photographer can easily interact with his subjects, resulting in more natural, relaxed portraits

How to Set Shutter Speed and Aperture:


  • Set the correct film speed on the shutter speed dial on the top left of the camera
  • Determine the shutter speed and corresponding aperture setting - also known as an f-stop - using a built-in or hand-held light meter. (See "How to Read a Light Meter.")
  • Set the aperture using the aperture ring on the camera lens. Aperture settings indicate the size of the opening in the lens and range from F2 to F22 on the typical camera
  • Set the shutter speed using the shutter speed dial on top of the camera. Shutter speed is measured in fractions of a second and ranges from 1 second to 1/1000 of a second on the average camera

Cable Release:


  • Take the shot without shaking your camera
  • In the section ontripods, I mentioned that tripods eliminate camera shake. That statement was true - to a point
  • It is still possible to shake your camera even when it is attached to a tripod. In fact, it is possible to shake your camera no matter how securely it is attached to a solid object

Itchy Trigger Finger:


  • The problem comes in when you use your finger to push down on the button to take a photograph. The mere act of touching the camera when you are taking a photo with very slow shutter speeds can lead to a blurry photograph. So how do you take photos without touching the camera?
  • Enter the cable release. A cable release is basically a remote control for your camera. One end of the cable plugs into the camera, and you hold the other end in your hand. There is a button on the part you hold that takes a photograph when you push it
  • Once your camera is set up on a tripod and the cable release is attached, you take take photos with incredibly long shutter speeds that are razor-sharp. The camera does not move at all when you take the photograph

Remote Control Works Too:


  • Most cable releases are designed to be used withSLR cameras. Since many people may not want the bulk and complexity of an SLR camera, some compact digital cameras on the market today offer remote controls
  • A remote control works exactly the same way a cable release does, there is just no cable involved. The important point is that you can activate the camera without actually touching it
  • If you are interested in night photography, or want to use slow shutter speeds for other creative reasons, consider finding a compact digital camera that offers a remote control shutter release

Package Included:


  • 1 x FM-N2 Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon D80 D70s