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  • posted byurbazon on 06/09/2014

    First of all, the price is quite low. And it works quite well - no brainer. I can't really pinpoint any cons. Maybe the battery holder is a bit loose, but it still doesn't affect the usability. I mainly bought this remote to avoid camera shakes while shooting stop-motion. I tried it a few times for group photos, but I didn't experiment with the operating ... Read more

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  • posted bymmhoo on 05/22/2014

    Work Great, simply and great range, solid construction. must set your camera to timer or IR. Im owner of a Canon T3i, works perfect! please be sure that anything block the IR receiver!!: try to keep safe, is easy to lost no one, works perfect. no one, works perfect. no one, works perfect. no one, works perfect. no one, works perfect. try to keep safe,... Read more

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  • posted byYTvW on 03/21/2014

    cheap, it's very cheap, but it's still very good. it even comes with a battery. easy to use. pushing the button is a little bit hard sometimes but not so much that it gets annoying. sometimes it looks like there is some delay between pressing the button and the camera taking a picture. for this price I would recommend you to buy two or so because if ... Read more

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  • posted byuffelpuff on 03/20/2014

    Works as good as the original canon remote but mutch cheaper $3,36. $20,15 here in sweden for same yongnuo remote and $38,89 for canon original remote are using it with my canon 600d DSLR camera had to push the switch on the back and set it to "channel?" 1 to make it work with my camera could have been bigger it's to easy to lose... but havn'... Read more

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  • posted byImunch on 03/17/2014

    Very easy to use, and so small you can hide it in your hand if you're on the picture. Very handy. You can stand far from the camera and it still works. Weighs nothing so you can easily bring it everywhere! Very practical that it has a turn on-off button! Works with my Canon 5D MarkII you have to point directly at the camera for it to work, but its not ... Read more

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  • posted bybudzi on 03/13/2014

    Really really cheap, especially when you compare to the branded ones. It is easy to use It works very well It is flat enough to go into a little camera bag Still have not found something serious yet Design? Could be more imaginative. Could be a little smaller also The range is not so big, it should be much bigger I use it on my Canon EOS 550D You have ... Read more

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  • posted byaugustomed on 02/10/2014

    Works as it is supposed to! I use it with a Canon T3i and it works just fine. Very good for self-portraits or simply when you dont wanna touch the camera, as in long exposures or when bracketing multiple exposure shots. I even use it when tethered to my laptop but holding a flashlight far away from the camera. The button has a really weird feel to it.... Read more

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  • posted byKizontije on 02/01/2014

    I am so delightfull for having and using this small and so powerfull accessory that it's beyond my words. I hope I can share my thrill with you. I had a Canon 40d for a few years until last month. I bought a yongnuo's wire remote shutter for it since there was no IR remote wireless controller for it. Bought Canon 7d last august and discovered that my ... Read more

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  • posted byjason2025 on 01/13/2014

    The price is right and it is a nice size. Not too big, not too small. The actual shutter button is a bit flimsy and doesn't have a very tactile feel so it's hard to tell that you've actually pressed the button, but it does work. I prefer this style to a couple of other remotes I've bought in the past that have rubber remote control type buttons. They ... Read more

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  • posted byLysunkin on 01/09/2014

    Looks exactly like Canon accessory (the logo is the only difference). Light, cheap. Works well with my Canon EOS-M (tested on 3-4 meters distance). Compact and light package. Can be attached to a key ring. I did not understand how to set up my camera to start use it. Some instruction would be useful for setting up the camera (or at least a note to open ... Read more

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