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Save 50% today on Vello FreeWave Plus Sony Multi Terminal Wireless Remote Shutter Release allows you to trigger your camera’s shutter wirelessly to avoid camera movement. This 2.4GHz model is compatible with Sony Multi Terminal cameras and will work both wired and wirelessly up to 320′, depending on your own needs and setup. This makes it useful for photographing wildlife or for macro and long exposures where it is necessary to eliminate any chance of camera shake.

The FreeWave system also has access to 16 channels for triggering multiple receivers and has an internal antenna that will be protected from any accidental damage. Multiple features are available for shooting, such as a four-second delay as well as multi-exposure and long exposure modes. The device also has a dual function release, enabling focus on half press and triggering the shutter release on a full press. Additionally, it has LED indicators to confirm pre-focus and exposure while in wireless mode and the receiver and transmitter each run on two AAA batteries.

Compatible Cameras:

Sony a7, a7R, a7S, a77II, a6000, a5000, a3000, HX300, RX100 Mark II, RX100 Mark III, a58, HX400, HX50v

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Vello FreeWave Plus Sony Multi Terminal Wireless Remote Shutter Release
Reg. Price: $59.95 | Instant Savings: $30.00 | Today’s Deal: $29.95

Available for: Sony Multi Terminal | Sony/Minolta Alpha Terminal | Canon | Nikon

Offer ends: March 7, 2015 – Limited supply at this price

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2 thoughts on “Today Only! Save 50% on Vello FreeWave Plus Remote”

    1. Ummm…ya don’t. That’s why it’s got a cable. You can either trigger the camera using the button on the receiver (wired) – or using the remote transmitter (wireless). Either way the cable on the receiver must be used to connect the receiver and camera.

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