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Pixel LV-W1 Expert Wireless Live View Remote Control Kit for Nikon

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Quick Overview

Getting the live view image from lens, guarantee the shot picture is same as the live view remote showing
3.5 inch TFT LCD display. Resolution: QVGA(320×240). 10 levels adjustable brightness. Support auto-sleep function.
Supports single, continuous, bulb and delay shooting modes. Operation Range: more than 200M without any interference
Voice Input: transmitter inputs; Voice Output: receiver outputs, 10 levels adjustable volume
The Video output: support transmission of video and audio to TV
1. LV-W1 image transmit is using 2.4GHz frequency channel, 3 specific channels.
2. Shutter control is using 433MHz frequency channel (available to use another frequency channel). 3 specific channels.
3. Operating distance range is up to 80M.
4. The display is protected by coating; it’s not easy to get scratch.
5. 3inch TFT display, adjustable the brightness .
6. Resolution: 960 X 240
7. 3.7V 1200mAh lithium battery. Working hour: Transmitter --- 8 hours or above. Receiver --- 5hours or above.
8. The receiver is usable to connect the camera directly, just like CT-122. Use VD-936 (optional) to connect and transfer the live view to PC.
9. Compatible for camera which included AV Output and shutter release socket.
10.Charging method: via charger or USB cable for charging the battery inside the device.

1 x View transmitter (LV-W1TX)
1 x View receiver (LV-W1RX)
2 x BL-6F lithium battery
1 x AC-5E charger
1 x USB cable
1 x CL-16 cable
1 x CL-17 cable
1 x Instruction manual
Type: Using 2.4GHz and 433MHz wireless system
Operation Range: 80M
Transmitter: Stand-by Time: 500 hours
Working Time: up to 8 hours
Stand-by Time:500 hours
Working Time: up to 5 hours
Transmitter Measurement (L X W X H) : 67 X 48 X 25.5 MM
Receiver? Measurement (L X W X H) : 102 X 61 X 19 MM
Transmitter Weight: 60.7 g (with battery)
Receiver Weight: 101 g (with battery)

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