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F828 Is there a remote control available?

Doese anyone make some kind of remote controll that can be used somehow to snap the shutter on the H828?

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Yes... I don't remember the code I think is HC-VC1 or something like that, go to http://bhphotovideo.com and look for F828 accesories. It is around 35 USD and it is, after the flash, the best gadget for the camera I had found.

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