The Phottix Plato C8 is a wireless shutter release for digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) cameras. Phottix Plato C8 uses 2.4 GHz frequency band. It includes functions such as single shot mode, bulb mode, two second delay and continuous. The primary components transmitter and receiver of this wireless remote can be paired by any one of the 16,000,000 channels within the working range of 100 meters (320 feet). It can be used with various types of cameras by just plugging the suitable cable to the receiver. The receiver can be attached to hot shoe of the camera or can be placed alongside. It uses 2 AAA batteries for power. The working voltage Plato C8 is 3V and the operation current will be less than 30 mA.
The shutter release button of this wireless remote works same as that of the camera. The half pressing of the button initiates the autofocus of the camera and the complete press takes a snap. The modes can be selected by pressing the mode button. The single shooting mode ߵS' is used to take a single photo by a single press for the camera's shutter release. The ߵ2S' makes single exposure with a two second delay. The ߵBulb' is used for long exposure. The ߵcontinuous' makes the remote to trigger for multiple individual releases. When the user forgets to turn the unit to power off then the Phottix Plato C8 will automatically turn off after one hour of idle time. Phottix Plato C8 wireless remote is priced around 50 US dollars.
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