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  • posted byBookworm32 on 08/15/2013

    Fairly close copy of original remote shutter. It is made very accurate and have a nice look. Package includes battery - so plug and play in a jiffy. Also it has a rather detailed user manual both in Chineese and English as well. It has not. Maybe price a little. Nevertheless, a copy (even a good... Read more

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  • posted bymakedeal on 05/29/2013

    This is great product! It probably has more functions than most users need. It seems to have all the functions that the original remote for EOS. Price is much lover than the Canon version. In low temperatures the lcd-screen works slowly. I would also prefer longer light on time. If you want to is... Read more

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  • posted byOscaar on 10/29/2011

    - Has a lot of functions, I can't think of any other functions you'll need on a remote. - Easy to use, comes with a battery which (according to the manual) will last for three years. - The Shutter button also works without the battery - Interval function is great for time lapse photography - You... Read more

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  • posted byTorrentorius on 08/25/2011

    - Looks totally like genuine Canon remote controller except brand sign on it. - Price is more than acceptable! - All functions works reliably. - It`s very light. I thought it will be much weighty. Couple of AA batteries inside could solve this problem. But it`s not a con at all. - I didn`t like a... Read more

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  • posted bythomasag on 01/10/2011

    Works perfectly on my Canon 7D, and it only costs about 1/8 of what they are asking for the genuine Canon TC-80N3 here in Norway. If my speedlite flash in the hotshoe has gone into engergy saving modus it is even recycled before the picture is taken. Only con I can find on this unit is that the a... Read more

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  • posted byBluestar45 on 10/17/2008

    If you've ever looked for one of these in the states, you'll already know they cost more than *5* times what this thing sells for. That alone is the best "pro" going. :) Now add to that the fact that each of the modes are *cumulative* and this timer trigger becomes the coolest accessory... Read more

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