Micnova Mq-Rc3 Universal Camera Remote Control
Micnova GA MQRC3 Universal IR Camera Remote Control
Suits: PENTAX: K100D, K110D, K10D, K20D *istDL, *istDS, *istD Optio S, S4, S4i, S5i, S5n, SV330, 430, 450, 550, 555, 750z, S50, S40, S60, *ist, MZ6, MZ-L
SAMSUNG GX-1L, GX-1S, GX-10
NIKON D5000, D90, D80, D70/70s, D60, D50, D40/40X, F75, F65, F55, N65, N75 Coolpix 8800, 8400, LiteTouch 150ED, 140ED, 130ED, 110s, 100W, Nuvis S, Pronea S
CANON EOS 300D, 350D, 400D, 450D, 500D, 5D MkII, 7D EOS 7, 10, 30, 33, 50, 55, 100, 300v, 300x, 3000v, Powershot Pro1, G6, G5, G3, G2, G1, S1, S70, S60
MINOLTA dImage F100, F200, F300, A200, S414, S404, S304 Dynax 5, 4, 3, 40, 50, 60, 70 Riva Zoom20, Zoom 75W, 115, Zoom 125, 125, 130, 140, 150, 160
The Micnova infrared remote control MQ-RC is a compact and easy-to-use series remote switch for DSLR cameras that support infrared triggering. All you have to do to make it work is to set your camera (in the menu) to accept remote triggering, and then aim the remote at the infrared (IR) sensor on your camera. Fully compatible to original remote controls from this manufacturer and has a longer working range.
With its embedded single-chip technology, it simulates multiple remote control coding, not only enables remote activation of camera shutter from a distance up to 8 meters, but also provides remote control of certain camera functions such as zoom out/in on certain cameras.
The MQ-RC series infrared remote control enables you to capture images without touching the camera, thus reducing image blurring and allowing you to concentrate on other things It can be used with single shot mode, two second delay, multiple exposures as well as bulb mode for long exposures. Support instant and half shutter, AE/AF functions. Multiple purpose of usage: Studio, Macro, Low Light and Long Exposure.
Product Name：Infrared Remote Control
Compact and Portable Infrared Triggering System (IR) Reduces Image Blurring Avoids shaking when taking photos
Up to 8 meters effective range Multi-functional IR remote (only MQ-RC3)
1. For the first time use, please pull out the plastic separator at the battery holder.
2. Mount the camera on a tripod or place the camera on a stable, level surface.
3. Press the button and rotate main command dial (delayed remote) or (quick response remote) is displayed in the control panel.
4. Aim the transmitter on the remote control at the infrared receiver on the camera (usually within +/-30 degree of the lens axis, from the left to the right and from the top to the bottom) and press the shutter release button on the remote control (when using the remote outdoor, make sure that the subject is not backlit and that the line of site between the transmitter and the infrared receiver is not blocked by the lens or other obstacles).
5. How the camera focuses and shoots depends on the option selected camera’s custom setting. For further information, check your camera’s manual. 6. Infrared cannot be seen by human eyes. So you will see no visible light from the LED on the front end of the remote control when operating.
A multi-functional IR remote control for the most of Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony cameras.