Riding up at Te Mata Peak in the evening light. No riding buddies on that day, so used a wireless shutter release to get a shot of myself.
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Riding up at Te Mata Peak in the evening light. No riding buddies on that day, so used a wireless shutter release to get a shot of myself.

4 Comments

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 Great shot! How do you hold the shutter? Is it on you bar? Im debating on getting a wireless one or not
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 Thanks mate! So I've been using a Phottix Plato remote shutter. It enables you press the button once and then the camera keeps on shooting till you press it again. I just press it, then wack it in my shorts till I need to press it again to stop. The only issue is the range, which is listed as 100m, but I usually get more like 50m. Means I have to set it off when I'm close and then get back in range afterwards to shut it off... I have a shit ton of shots to discard afterwards! Tbh I'm looking to get a remote with a longer range, I've heard the Pocketwizard Plus III's have a pretty banging range and some useful range extender features. Quite pricey though!
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 @lukejarmey: thanks! Im looking to upgrade to the sony a63000 soon and might get the $5 built in app and ruun a timelapse while I do a run.
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 @Ryan-L: Nice, those Sony's are awesome.

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