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24Jun Using a IR remote to focus and start/stop recording on your Canon DSLR

I spent the day filming with Dave Dugdale from learningdslrvideo.com and one of the things he found interesting was my use of the Canon RC-1 IR remote to start/stop recording and refocus shots. Although I posted this video over a year ago, it’s still a very useful trick for DSLR film makers.  One button will take a photo which […]

27Apr 35mod wireless DSLR video trigger review

The DSLR video trigger is a flexible fiber optic attachment for your Canon RC-5 and RC-6 remote. Basically it allows you to position your remote control in a convenient location and aim the signal from the remote back at your camera’s IR sensor. The intent is to use this as a handle mount start/stop control for your DSLR […]

19Apr 35mod DSLR Video Trigger.

Andrew over at 35mod.com has just released a handle mount start/stop trigger. It adapts to a standard Canon RC 6 remote and allows you to mount your remote on the handle of your DSLR rig. The 7 inch flex fiber optic adapter can then be pointed at the cameras IR sensor. I use an IR remote to […]