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Canon Wireless Controller LC-5 Set with LC-5 Receiver and LC-5 Transmitter (1D Series/5/10/20/30/40D/D30/60)

KEH Model# 208441

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Canon Wireless Controller LC-5 Set with LC-5 Receiver and LC-5 Transmitter (1D Series/5/10/20/30/40D/D30/60)
Cond. Notes Price Qty
Excellent

The rating of the equipment is at 80 to 89 percent of original condition. Shows moderate wear for the age of the item, with the possibility of small dings or blemishes. Glass may have slight blemishes but will not affect picture quality.

$144.00
* Item pictured for illustrative purposes only, actual item not pictured. See ‘Notes’ next to grade for included items.

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The Canon LC-5 Wireless Controller Set is a handy accessory tool that is used to take pictures when your subject may be far away, or if it is not possible to approach that subject on foot. The LC-5 set is compatible with the N3 remote control socket. The remote will fire at a distance of up to 300 feet. This wireless controller set offers three different transmission channels, offering different choices for adjacent transmitters. The wireless controller set is powered by eight (8) AA batteries, four for the transmitters and four for the receiver. The two-stage switch will allow the user individual control of both metering as well as the shutter release; it can also be switched to a single-stage mode. This tool is useful for photographers who need more versatility while shooting, and prevents the subject from getting away if it may be afraid of human interaction (For example, wildlife photography).



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