In a previous post, I mentioned that I was going to be buying a remote shutter release for my Canon T3i digital SLR camera. Well, I’ve received the gadget, so I’m going to post a few photos of it.
But first, let me tell you about my first impressions.
Okay, I haven’t exactly gone out into the field with it yet to give it a hard once over, but I did manage to take a few indoor shots with it. I have to say, I’m delighted to be able to remotely auto-focus and release the camera shutter. I’ve been recently battling with a tiny amount of camera shake while taking some macro photography and this is just what I needed.
The particular remote shutter release that I bought is made by SMDV. It’s made in Korea and it’s a nice alternative to the original Canon cable. From what I can tell, it feels very good in the hand and seems durable enough. Now, if something terrible happens to it between this writing and when I really put it to the test, I’ll be sure to tell you about it.
SMDV Remote Camera Shutter Release Cable In Package
SMDV Remote Camera Shutter Release Cable