Of all the vocations one can choose in the arts, photography has got to be among the most expensive ones. From spending a tonne of money on buying a good DSLR to paying for accessories like tripods and flashes and lenses, every aspect of photography costs a whole lot of money. However, there are conscientious photography accessories manufacturers out there who don’t thrive on the blood and sweat of hard-working photogs and are willing to offer a few must-haves at the fraction of the price of what a big brand is asking. Take the Wireless Remote Control from Satechi as an example- the accessory costs just $60 while the official Canon wireless remote costs $700.
Created especially for use with Canon DSLR Cameras, the Satechi WTR-A Wireless Timer Remote supports cool functions like long-exposure timer, interval timer and self-timer. The remote allows users to control the amount of time the shutter needs to be kept open, how often photos needs to be clicked and the number of photos to click as well while sitting as far as 50 feet away.
The Satechi WTR-A Wireless Timer Remote is compatible with almost all Canon DSLRs and comes with audible timer warnings and a mini LCD display to provide the user with a visual track of the instructions.
The backlit screen is perfect for use even in the dark and helps organize the number of shots and even delay the start of the clicking. The Satechi WTR-A Wireless Timer Remote retails for just $59.99 which is just a trifle compared to a bigger brand name product that can provide similar functionality.