We love the wireless remote, but there are a few things you should be aware of:
- Heavy radio interference can affect performance of the remote. If the remote is used under a radio tower or in a very high radio interference area, this can cause to remote to function improperly or not function at all.
- Distance can affect the performance of the remote. The remote will typically work at a distance of up to 10 feet. Depending on the environment is can work further up to about 30 feet, but keep an eye on the remotes red pairing light – when it flashes, it isn’t getting a good signal.
- TIP - Get the most from your remote batteries The wireless remote takes two AAA batteries. It is important to plan ahead when using the wireless remote and keep extra AAA batteries in your bag. These batteries will work for 20 continuous hours. To save batteries, you may disconnect the remote from the TB3 once it is shooting. You may either walk away from the TB3 with the remote until it looses signal and the pairing light goes out, or you can pull a battery momentarily to break the connection. At the end of the shot, you can easily repair the remote again to repeat or reverse a shot.