Manfrotto Sympla MVR911ECCN Clamp-On Electronic Remote Control For Canon HDSLRs
One of the world’s first true electronic HDSLR remote controls, the Clamp-On Electronic Remote Control for Canon HDSLRs lets you react quickly to changing contexts and creative inspiration.
It connects to your Canon HDSLR via USB and interfaces with the camera and lens firmware directly in order to control focus operations, live view, record start/stop & shutter release, and more.
Along with the Deluxe model, the Clamp-On remote control unit promises real innovation in the field of HDSLR filming by circumventing the need for any physical contact between follow-focus equipment and the camera lens, instead wiring directly into the camera body to use the internal focus control systems.
The advantages are obvious: lenses can be swapped easily without extra hardware or adjustment, nothing jolts the camera unexpectedly during follow-focus, one-man camera operation is easier, and control at a distance is as simple as extending the cable between the camera and the remote. The Clamp-On Remote is perfectly integrated into the SYMPLA system, fitting comfortably to the spacer element of a SYMPLA Adjustable Handle and allowing fingertip control of key camera functions without moving the hand from the grips, in turn making support more stable and secure.
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3-step, ultra-precise focus speed
Fixed or variable focus control modes
Customizable focus speed limit
Focus Memory settings
Live View control
Auto Focus control
Live View Digital Zoom control
Video recording start/stop
Photo shutter release
Remote control battery status
Customizable focus direction
Video and Photo LED
Clamp fits the spacer supplied with SYMPLA
Compatible Canon camera models
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 1D Mark IV
EOS 600D/Rebel T3i/Kiss X5
EOS 550D/Rebel T2i/Kiss X4
EOS 500D/Rebel T1i/Kiss X3
The USB connection also permits occasional firmware upgrades.