Häh­nel Giga T Pro II £80, $95

NPhoto - - Test Team -

More com­pact than the Phot­tix Aion, this wire­less re­mote fea­tures an almost iden­ti­cal set of shoot­ing op­tions, from straight­for­ward sin­gle, con­tin­u­ous, timed bulb and self-timer modes to more com­plex vari­able de­lay and pro­gram­mable time-lapse shoot­ing. It lacks the Aion’s brack­et­ing op­tion for long-ex­po­sure se­quences, but adds a sec­ondary in­ter­val op­tion. This en­ables you to take se­quences of shots, for ex­am­ple a few seconds apart, within a longer time-lapse pe­riod.

The claimed 100-me­tre max­i­mum range is more gen­er­ous than in the Phot­tix Aion but, in our tests, both con­trollers man­aged to cover sim­i­lar dis­tances in prac­tice. Over­all, there’s lit­tle to choose be­tween the two con­trollers, but get­ting to grips with the Giga T Pro II is slightly less in­tu­itive.

This has all sorts of clever fea­tures in its com­pact body

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