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Perfect! No sirve párr Canon 60D. Same quality Much Cheaper
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  • posted bysagomo on 03/31/2015

    El articulo no tiene conexión para ser conectado a Canon 60D, como indican en las especificaciones,

    Impression:No sirve párr Canon 60D.;

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  • posted byschoofseckel on 01/15/2015

    I use it on my Canon 6D and im happy with it! Works great as a normal remote shutter and in program mode for timelapse. The build quality is very good. The use isnt that simple but with the manual no problem. I can recomend it!


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  • posted bykevinsaurin on 09/26/2014

    I had one of those Remote shutter before for my other camera and paid quiet a lot for it here in Norway but this one i got much cheaper and its literally the same brand. It works very well. I havent changed the batteries in it for over a year now and it seems that they dont really get drained The... Read more

    Impression:Much Cheaper, Same quality;

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  • posted byhappymrsmile on 06/24/2013

    - it does everything - functions can be combined - it shows you count down / count up depending on what you have it doing - works as remote trigger even with out battery's what I use -Delay (handy if you want more then 10 seconds to run into the scene) -trimmer (handy for long shots at (great for... Read more

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  • posted byjaccoruns on 11/30/2012

    The shutter mechanism works manually with the device turned off. All functions work great. The connector does not fit very nicely. I always have to force it a bit into my camera (Canon 20D) which I don't like as I am afraid to bend the three little pins in my camera. This has not happend yet and... Read more

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  • posted byechoedwards on 02/21/2012

    - Does what it says - Fairly easy to use - Uses AAA batteries - Can be used as a remote shutter trigger without power - Could cost less like its predecessor, but not really a con. The device does what it says. I own the previous version of this remote which used AA batteries, which also cost but... Read more

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  • posted byThorsBear on 09/02/2011

    This timer Remote is better than Canon TC-80N3, I would know, I own one. Vantages over Canon TC-80N3: - On/Off switch - Much better back light - Uses AAA batteries. Which are much easier to find, cheaper, and also allows rechargeable option. - Gives both audible and visual conformation of (and be... Read more

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  • posted byMannYboi on 10/04/2009

    - Worked perfectly with my Canon EOS 40D! - Seems very well built. - The sync cable is long enough - Has various modes; regular remote bulb, timer-bulb, interval-shooting for timelapses - Backlit display and beeper - Start-button with hold-mecanism. - Can be hard to wrap your head around the at -... Read more

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  • posted byMannYboi on 08/28/2009

    - Has alot of functions - Seems well built, good response of buttons - Display with backlit that you can turn on/off - The cable is long enough - You can make timelapses, long exposure shots for a long time, use it as self timer etc. Alot of different modes and options. - You can set it to up to... Read more

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  • posted byMasterGee on 04/06/2009

    Does exactly what it is supposed to, use as a timer or just as remote shutter. lot of possibilities. easy to use, has a good backlight, all you need in a item like this. previous version was half the price of this one, but is not available anymore. no negative point for this item though. cant of... Read more

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