Tips of Using a Remote Control With a Camcorder

Written by Lucy Friday, 26 March 2010 11:49

A remote control can make using your camcorder a whole lot easier. Remote controls  allow you to record and play movies with your camcorder from across the room or house. It is easy to set up your camcorder's remote control.


 

 

A remote control can make using your camcorder a whole lot easier. Remote controls  allow you to record and play movies with your camcorder from across the room or house. It is easy to set up your camcorder's remote control. such as "Nikon D5000 Battery Grip "

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The D5000 Battery Grip has following features:

- Add a Vertical-grip shutter button (you need to contact the cable that we offered with the camera) convenience for Vertical Shot.

-  Hold two EN-EL9a batteries to extend the shot time.

-  Very suitable for portrait shot

• Battery Grip for Nikon D5000 x1
• Cable x1
• Original Manufactory Package



1.Plug your remote control into the camcorder. Look for the spot marked R/C.

2.Learn the different buttons on your remote control. Most remotes come with power, play, record, stop, fast forward, rewind and pause function. Yours may come with more.

3.Turn the camcorder on. You can do this by pressing the on button on the camcorder, or by pressing the power button on your remote.

4.To watch playback, use the remote controls like you would on a VCR or television. Press the button on the remote that corresponds with what you want your camcorder to do.

5.To record events, simply press the "Record" button and your camcorder will begin recording. This is especially handy if you are sitting in an auditorium recording a play from your camcorder on a tripod for travel .

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 June 2010 16:59