AODELAN Camera Remote Control for Canon EOS RP, EOS R, SL3, M50, 6D Mark II, 77D, 800D, 200D, 250D, EOS Rebel SL2, Rebel T7i, Canon 90D, Canon EOS M6 Mark II, PowerShot SX70 HS; Replces Canon BR-E1.


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  • Allows you to wirelessly release your camera's shutter with operating range up to 10m/32.8ft
  • Easy for shooting photos and videos shooting with this Remote Shutter Release
  • It requires no line of sight to the camera. You can use the remote to control the camera in any direction
  • Compatible with Rebel SL3 (ROS 250D), EOR RP, EOS R, 6D Mark II, 77D, 800D(EOS Rebel T7i), 200D(EOS Rebel SL2), M50, PowerShot SX70 HS, Canon EOS M6 Mark II, Canon 90D, PowerShot G7 X Mark III, PowerShot G5 X Mark II
  • Compatible with the PZ-E1 Power Zoom Adapter for remotely adjusting zoom position and movement of the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens



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AODELAN Wireless Remote Control BR-E1A can be used to operate Canon digital camera wirelessly, including shooting still photos and videos, focusing with AF and zooming (the feature of zooming only works when using with the Canon PZ-E1 Power Zoom Adapter).

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1. Set the camera for still photo shooting:

  • Clear remote controller connection information first if you have pair other remote before- select "wireless communication setting "- select "bluetooth function"- select "check or clear connection info".
  • Pairing: 2. select "wireless communication setting "- select "bluetooth function"- select "remote"- select "pairing", in this step, hold and press the W and T on remote control simultaneously for 3 sec. or more. The indicator will blink in the pairing process, and it will blink one more time when pairing is complete.
  • Set the drive mode of the camera to (remote control).
  • Set the shutter release timing/movie shooting switch on the BR-E1A to the <·> (immediate release) or <2> (2-sec. delay release) position.

2. For video shooting:

  • Set the camera for movie shooting and set [Remote control] to [Enable] from the menu screen of the camera.
  • Set the shutter release timing/movie shooting switch on the BR-E1A to the (movie shooting) position.

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Product information Product Dimensions 3.6 x 10.63 x 5.12 inches Item Weight 0.46 ounces ASIN B07J6GS6T1 Item model number BR-E1A Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)

It appears to be an exact replica of the Canon BR-E1.
The instructions that come with the remote appear full featured, but actually lack a lot of useful and necessary information regarding setup and function.

Anyway, once the item is paired to the camera, the work is not over.
On the M50, choose a camera setting and enter the MENU. in the CAMERA menu on the first tab, scroll down to "Drive Mode" and it to to "self-timer:10sec/remote" - stress the "remote" part of that.
The Aodelan remote will easily snap photos for you now.

If using to start/stop video recording, you need to be set the camera to the VIDEO setting, then using the menu to go the first tab of the CAMERA menu and scroll down to "Remote Control". Enable this option and the Aodelan remote will toggle rec/stop perfectly.

Here's a better guide for pairing and setting the camera up to play nicely with the remote:

After attempting to use my iPhone to hit the record button for video of myself and finding that to be cumbersome, I decided to purchase this remote. It is very compact and lightweight. It works with my Canon M50.

For M50 users ...

1) Go to number one under the wrench settings and choose wireless communication. Then, choose Bluetooth function. Then, choose remote. If the pairing option does not highlight on the camera, you may have to go under the check/clear connection info to clear the settings. Pairing should display after doing this if it did not previously show up.

2) Once pairing is highlighted on the camera, you simply hold down the W and the T button on the remote for a few seconds and it should connect.

3) Once the remote is paired with the camera, you need to go to the drive mode which is number one under the first set of menus with the red camera pictured. Under drive mode, you change the setting to the 10 second/remote option.

4) On the remote when the switch on the side is all the way up, that is for taking still images. When the switch is all the way down, that is for starting and stopping video recording.

Great product and the price is great. It does everything I need to do and it’s a fraction of the price of a brand name one. I also did a additional test for the bulb which I have seen in the Canon's. I was surprised to find that it works too! Put your camera in bulb mode, when the remote is in immediate release mode, press the shutter release on the remote and it starts the exposures, press the button again when you want to stop exposures. Very easy to use, only short is that it don't tell the time.

This wireless remote is great & works perfect with my Canon Rebel T7i. Easy to use, all you have to do is go to bluetooth paring mode on your camera, hold the w & t button on the remote for a few seconds then bam your connected. Make sure your camera drive is on remote! You dont have to aim the remote at the camera so you can get the nice pose you want & it gives u a timer button so you can really get the positions you want. Also if your wondering the size, it is small size & can be hidden in your hand. It's awesome sauce besides the battery.

If you have a Canon SL2, the process is a bit different than the direction that’s in the manual or on the videos. Here’s how to do it: 1) Go to menu of the shooting mode “ON”. 2) Go to tool icon and select “Wireless communication settings.” If Wi-Fi is on, it must be set to “Disable.” 3) Go to “Bluetooth function” and select “Remote.” 4) Go to “Pairing” and follow the instructions on how to pair. 5) Once paired, switch camera mode to “ON,” if it is in Video mode. 6) Go to menu and select “Drive mode,” under camera icon #1, and select “Self-timer:10sec/remote.” 7) Now switch to video mode and go to menu. 8) Under camera icon, choose #5 and select “Remote Control,” and choose “Enable.” As you can see, it’s more complicated with a Canon SL2, but it works.

I was shooting water drops and using the Canon Connect app on my phone to trigger high-speed continuous shots on the EOS M50. While this procedure works, I thought it would be better to have a trigger with a more tactile button and perhaps even more hand-holdable. So, I ordered one of the only two available Bluetooth remotes for newer Canon cameras (the other being the actual Canon branded remote).

This Aodelan remote works okay, even if the setup is a bit cryptic, and functions presumably as it should. There is one serious flaw that prompted me to return it, and it isn't even necessarily a flaw in the remote. This thing only works with the camera in a single drive setting: "Self-timer:10sec/remote". That's it. And "Self-timer:10sec/remote" is a single-shot setting. The remote does not trigger the shutter with with any other drive setting - continuous or otherwise. Again, this does not seem to be a flaw of the remote itself but appears to be more of a ridiculous limitation in the camera's firmware (of which I will certainly be writing an email to Canon about).

Unfortunately, this limitation to a single drive setting makes this remote pretty useless and did result in a return. I also assume that the real Canon remote works exactly the same way, so that's not an option either.

The Canon Connect app - however clunky and fidgety it is - at least triggers the shutter in all drive modes including high-speed continuous as well as providing other useful settings (but it's a phone battery hog - have a charger ready).

01042020 OK I changed from 3 to 5 stars. I read the RP manual. For the remote to work when taking videos, you have to enable the remote on the menu (see picture) which will be visible only if you are on VIDEO mode. So it works as advertised.

01022020 I just got this and was testing it with me RP. Easy to pair and the remote works with the camera taking pictures BUT I can’t get it to work when in movie mode.

If I switched the camera to taking pictures and the remote as well, it has no functionality problem and you can AF as well.

Very easy to connect and use it's the only one I've found that works with my Canon ESO M50. I can't say enough about this remote, I love it!

I purchased this to work with my Canon M50. If you have never paired your camera with anything, you need to enable Bluetooth: open wireless communication settings under settings section 1. Open Bluetooth function, then open Bluetooth function on the next screen and select Remote. Go back to the previous screen and select Pairing. Pairing was a bit hit and miss but I suspect more likely to be due to the timeout for pairing not being long enough. Once done it was fine. Once it has paired, select ok and leave SetUp. To use the remote, under camera settings, select Drive mode then Self-timer:10sec/remote. None of the other settings will work with the remote. You will not get a 10 delay when using the remote, but you will if you use the shutter release.

In use the remote was fine, sometimes the shutter would not fire on first press: it would only focus. Pressing again usually was successful. Thereafter, the shutter would always fire first time.

In use, the shutter release can be set to instant or 2 second delay. In either mode the timer light would either flash when taken, or flash constantly during the 2 second delay.

A very neat little device works well and useful.

Good value. I use mine with my EOS 200D. Can be tricky to pair with the camera using Bluetooth. It is very difficult to read the microscopic print of the instruction leaflet.

I tried this device on my EOS m50 the camera I wanted it for, it pair strait away but none of the buttons would do anything
so I tried it on my EOS 200d same no response to button pressing I am going to send it back after I get another person to try and set it up

This device did not work. It would not pair with my Canon G7X my III.
I ended up buying a genuine Canon remote with the table top tripod which works perfectly.
I tried to give it zero stars but it would not work so had to score it an in deserved one star.

This works fine, had been waiting for the original canon version for months.. (still not released)

Despite other posted reviews I can confirm this remote works with the Canon M50. Follow the instructions in the description box above! It works and seemlessly too, I'm very pleased with my purchase as I bought the Amazon wireless camera remote for £5.99 and that didn't work at all

Using with Canon 6D mkii. Works really well under good conditions. Recently discovered it will wake the camera up in video mode - when the live view screen has turned off for video to save battery life, one press will start up the camera & screen, press again to record. Not too sure about long distance, can be hit & miss, ideally have view of camera that lets you see the red self-timer remote control light so you know you have connected.

This bluetooth remote paired with my EOS 200D but none of the features worked at all.

Total waste of money. I couldn't get it to work and I'm not stupid

Not very good instructions for pairing with camera and a delayed time of about two seconds before taking a photo dew to camera software

Works fine with my EOS RP at a great price

Despite its claims this product does NOT work with the canon M50, yet again more money and time wasted buying junk on amazon...

Very pleased

This item doesn’t seem to work with my cannon M50 as stated pairs with camera and shows is connected but doesn’t take picture or videos in any mode :( any info be great as haven’t got box to return