Pixel Remote control RW-221 / E3 Canon

32,99
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Product information

Pros and cons

According to our camera remote expert
  • The set comes with 4 AAA batteries.
  • The set has a large range of 100 meters.
  • You have the same relaxation options as on your camera.
  • The set is not very compact and can not stay on the camera if you want to put it in your bag.
Product Expert camera remotes

Description

Control your camera from a distance of 100mwith the Pixel Aremote Control RW-221/E3. The receiver can be placed on top of the camera with the hot shoe connection. The transmitter has the same recording functions as your camera. This way, you can set the transmitter to single recording, multiple recording, bulb, or timer. The set works on AAA batteries. With normal use, these batteries have a lifespan of 3 years in the receiver and 400 hours in the transmitter.


Note: this remote s suitable for the Canon EOS 400D, EOS 600D, EOS 77D, EOS 200D, EOS 8000D, EOS 700D, EOS M5, EOS M6, EOS 80D, EOS 800D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D, Fujifilm X -T3- X-E1, X-70, X-T10, X-T20, X-E2, X-E3, Olympus OM-D E-M1 II, Hasselblad H3D, H4D series, H5D, H6D series, Pentax K20D, K-7, K-500, K-50, K-5, K-3, K200D, K70, KP, and Samsung GX and NX

Control your camera from a distance of 100mwith the Pixel Aremote Control RW-221/E3. The receiver can be placed on top of the camera with the hot shoe connection. The transmitter has the same recording functions as your camera. This way, you can set the transmitter to single recording, multiple recording, bulb, or timer. The set works on AAA batteries. With normal use, these batteries have a lifespan of 3 years in the receiver and 400 hours in the transmitter.


Note: this remote s suitable for the Canon EOS 400D, EOS 600D, EOS 77D, EOS 200D, EOS 8000D, EOS 700D, EOS M5, EOS M6, EOS 80D, EOS 800D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D, Fujifilm X -T3- X-E1, X-70, X-T10, X-T20, X-E2, X-E3, Olympus OM-D E-M1 II, Hasselblad H3D, H4D series, H5D, H6D series, Pentax K20D, K-7, K-500, K-50, K-5, K-3, K200D, K70, KP, and Samsung GX and NX


Included by default

  • Manual
  • RW-221 transmitter
  • RW-221 receiver
  • AAA battery (4x)
  • Shutter connection cable

Included by default

  • RW-221 transmitter
  • RW-221 receiver
  • AAA battery (4x)
  • Shutter connection cable


Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 4 / 5 stars
    7,6/10
    User friendly

    Tom Uytterhoeven | 6 May 2014 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Price
    • Ease of use
    • Battery life
    • No nonsense
    • Cannot use external flash
    • Alkaline batteries

    I bought this remote trigger because my tripod is not always stable on the highest setting and I wanted to minimize the movements in dark rooms during photo shoots with cars.

    The trigger comes in a user-friendly packaging containing: the trigger, the remote control, the cable to connect the trigger to your device and 4 AAA-sized batteries that are not rechargeable.

    In terms of use, it is very simple, you attach the trigger to the hot shoe of your camera (the part on which you can click an external flash) after which you tighten it. You take the cable and insert one end into the trigger, the other end into the GPS port of your Nikon device. You turn on the trigger by pressing the on/off button for 2 seconds, after which you will see a red light flash on a regular basis. The remote control works just like the shutter release on your camera: half-press to focus and push through to take the photo. While you focus, the light on the remote control as well as on the trigger lights up green.

    In terms of modes, however, you are a bit more limited, so you have the single shot, burst, BULB and timelapse mode. Not really a limitation for me, but for others it might be a disadvantage if they want to change the settings of the device from the remote control.

    I haven't had to replace the batteries yet, so they would last 3 years in the receiver and 400 hours in the transmitter. After a few weeks I'm still not at it. A disadvantage, however, is, as mentioned earlier, that no rechargeable batteries are included, on the other hand you can't really complain about this detail for 30 EUR.

    So I can conclude that I definitely recommend this product for someone who likes to have a remote trigger that does what you ask of it without too many extras for a low price!

    Tom Uytterhoeven | 6 May 2014 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    Great for little money

    Jan Cop | 10 October 2015 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Wide reach
    • Bulb possibility
    • Easy to use

    The PIXEL REMOTE CONTROL RW-221/DC2 NIKON works as it should for little money and can cover a long distance. And of course don't forget the great service from Coolblue ordered on Saturday and delivered on SUNDAY - this makes me very happy again. :-) - thanks again to the employees of Coolblue and Bpost...

    Jan Cop | 10 October 2015 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    As a remote control is meant to be.

    Jasper Geelen | 9 April 2014 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Ease of use
    • Batteries included
    • Wide reach
    • bulb mode
    • Internal flash can no longer be used

    If you buy a remote control, you naturally expect that you can operate your camera remotely without too many actions.
    Well with this remote control you can!
    It has a large range, easy to set up and even batteries are included.
    Then you think, this can never be much good for "only 30 euros", well then you are wrong.
    Even for 30 euros, a good and solid product can now be delivered!

    So if you want to take long exposure photos or of course secretly take the ultimate selfie, I would definitely recommend this remote control!

    Jasper Geelen | 9 April 2014 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,8/10
    Good functioning and solid
    • easy to use
    • small to store
    • batteries last a long time
    • the accompanying explanation folder

    After unpacking, insert the batteries and search for a while to get the receiver to "on" ... easy to use.
    Everything in the folder works as it should, the accompanying explanation is a "Chinese" translation, but the use is not so complicated that this would cause problems.
    Have already used the device to take close-up and macro photos and everything works great, no more motion blur because of the camera.

    De Caluwé R. | 27 January 2015 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    super quality and many features for little money
    • Convenient focusing
    • various functions on the remote control
    • easy to obscure in self-portrait photos
    • separate batteries instead of working on the camera's battery
    • for some photos it's hard to cover up the remote

    It does a fantastic job! I'm very pleased with it, especially because you can focus on your subject from a distance, which is really easy when you're taking self-portraits and don't have anyone to focus your camera.

    It also works over a very large distance, at the moment I have only stood 15 at the most and it did its job perfectly there.

    Only the button to focus rattles a bit, but that is only a minor side issue. A slightly smaller size might have been useful but for me it's perfect for covering up or when time is up quickly slip the remote into my back pocket and then take the photo via the timer.

    this is standard in my camera bag when I go out again with my camera to the forest to make self-portraits, I've put my latest work below for which all photos with the remote control were made.

    Evelien Van Puymbroeck | 10 October 2017 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    7,6/10
    A good purchase
    • Can you take nice pictures up close
    • sometimes refuses
    • that it should be placed over the flash

    We got 2 woodpeckers behind our house almost every day, but when I come out with the camera, they are gone.
    And with the help of this remote control I succeeded.
    Put the camera on a tripod, put the remote control on it, and then wait at an appropriate distance, and that goes very well.
    So very happy with this purchase.

    Bert | 13 July 2015 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Works great and is inexpensive

    I needed a simple wireless remote with some basic functions (single, bulb, timer).
    The device works flawlessly at great distances (up to 100 meters). Am happy with it.
    The only downside was that the supplied batteries promised in the description were not included.
    But even without the batteries a great thing for little money.

    Marius Suppers | 27 March 2021 | Pixel remote: Canon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    Just doing it right
    • Simple and convenient
    • Good price
    • Internal flash can still be used
    • Control knob rattled

    I bought it for my Nikon D3100 and it meets my expectations! Even the internal flash can still be used! Just put the thing backwards on it, and then the flash can just pop up. The only downside is that the button of the remote control is rattling, like it's going to come out? At least with my copy? But it works so I'll just wait and see.

    Marcel | 9 November 2014 | Pixel remote: Nikon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    7,6/10
    Very handy remote control
    • Can be mounted on the hot shoe
    • Good battery life
    • Quick response
    • When mounted on hot shoe, no more flash can be mounted
    • On off is a bit sensitive and can turn on in bag

    The long range made group photos ideal. I could easily stand on it myself without making a pointing movement at the camera (which is often the case with the IR remote control). He was very responsive so that I could also take pictures without people noticing to get the most natural expressions.

    Jurn van Mieghem | 5 May 2016 | Pixel remote: Canon | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Handy and good options

    I use the remote for my canon 70D and it works very well. I find it very useful that I can leave my camera on 'one shot' and choose from 'one shot', 'multiple shots', 'bulb' and timers on the remote control. this without always having to go to the camera to adjust it

    Jelina de Klerk | 3 April 2015 | Pixel remote: Canon | Automatically translated from Dutch

Specifications

Product

Product number
444655
Manufacturer code
3930257
Brand
Pixel
Warranty
1 year
Warranty type
Carry-in warranty
Old product returned for free
Yes

Physical properties

Height
9,7 cm
Depth
1,5 cm
Width
3,3 cm
Color
Black

Properties

Shutter release button options
Burst photo, Delayed relaxed, Long exposure (bulb), Single photo
Autofocus
Yes
Camera remote control
Yes

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Pixel Remote control RW-221 / E3 Canon
Pixel Remote control RW-221 / E3 Canon
Pixel remote: Canon
32,99
Temporarily sold out


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