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Fotodiox 10-AP-TR-3C - Mando a distancia (Push buttons, 0.355 m, 40 mm, 18 mm, 154 mm) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Alcance máximo: 0.35 m
Altura: 154 mm
Ancho: 40 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad: Canon 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 1D Mark II, 1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III, 5D Mark II, 1V, 1VHS, 3, D60, D30
Longitud de cable: 0.355 m
Número de dispositivos soportados: 1
Pantalla incorporada: Si
Profundidad: 18 mm
Tipo de entrada: Push buttons
Uso adecuado del control remoto: Cámara digital
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This unit I cannot recommend, unfortunately. Both times I have tried to use it the battery was nearly dead rendering the unit useless as anything other than a remote cable release. It is powered with a CR2032 lithium coin battery but there is no on-off switch.
Functionally this unit is programmed the same way as the Canon TC80N3 Timer Remote Control for EOS D30, D60, D10, 1D, 1V & 20D SLR Cameras. I appreciate that when you program an interval between shots you simply enter the delay between shots. Many other controllers require you to set the interval to be greater than the exposure time.
One of my disappointments with the unit is that even though it includes a light - that light does not stay on long enough to be able to reprogram it in the dark. About 3 seconds is all and then it shuts off - it takes longer than that to adjust just one of the 3 2-digit segments of each of the 4 settings!
UPDATE: I also found that with fresh batteries about 50% of the time when the "Light" button is pressed, the timer resets to 0-0-0. This makes it useless at night when I most often want to use it. I have downgraded it to 2 stars. However if you never need the light (and never press the button) it may work just fine for you.
A second problem with the unit is that it does not have any LED, or sound indicator to make it possible to know in the dark whether it is actually running. You must have a third hand holding a flashlight to determine its status. The "INT." symbol on the LCD blinks when it is counting an interval, the LONG symbol blink when it is exposing and the SELF symbol blinks when it is counting down the start up delay.
The diagrams and "mode" selection feature are rather inscrutable. Even though it has a wheel to increase or decrease the time setting you have to pair your time settings with presses of the mode button... which is right next to the equally tiny start/stop button. Those buttons, by the way, are not illuminated and all of the buttons are identically sized and on the same side of he controller. These problems conspire to make using the device in the dark (and even in daylight) a challenge.
Below the top bezel on my unit's are arcane symbols which are rather meaningless without the writing above LCD display. So learning those symbols is important - but remember the light doesn't stay on long enough to really determine what is being displayed - and if it does come on long enough - it may reset your timer.
There is also no way to know while it is running how many frames are remaining to shoot.
Finally, it eats CR2032 batteries. The only semi successful use you're likely to get out of the timer is if you A) keep a spare battery with you, and B) remove the battery from the unit when not in use; C) wear a headlamp so you can read the display in the dark to set it and D) DO NOT press the light button.
In short... it may work if you use it only in the day time... but for night work it is just frustrating. Instead I recommend Digital Timer Remote (EZA-C3) for Canon EOS or the Opteka Timer Remote for EOS. **Be sure you get one with the N3 plug if you have a Canon xD or xxD model camera**
I am putting this back in its box and packing it for return as I type! Thank goodness for Amazon's awesome return policy! I am buying the real deal Canon TC-80N3 now. This thing is made out of the most hollow feeling craptastic-plastic I've ever felt. The shutter button feels like it will fall off each time you press it. I mean, It feels like a toy out of one of those grabber machines. It worked well, for ONE time lapse. Then it said the battery was low, and whenever I tried to "start/stop" my time lapse, it would turn off. QUALITY! So as I am ranting, I would just like to point out that I did remember to take the battery out constantly (since there is NO OFF SWITCH), and my time lapse session only lasted about 2 hours, shooting a shot every 30 seconds. This should not kill a battery. So I go to my local camera shop and buy the $4! Battery, put in the brand new battery... and Bada boom, it says low battery on this new battery too. I love a good deal, and I get 3rd party products (awesome Tamron 17-50 and Tokina 11-16), But this is NOT one of those. If you cherish your photos..... do you really wanna have your shutter timer crap out in the middle of the time lapse or bulb exposure of a lifetime?! I dont. I would suck it up and buy the real deal in this situation, that's what credit cards are for. I hope I don't come across angry or like a snob, because really, I'm a photo nut who is all about value. Hope this review helps steer a few people away. Cheers and take lots of photos!
My Camera: EOS 7D, just to show this is not a compatibility issue.