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Aputure Timer Camera Remote Control Shutter Cable 1C, for Canon EOS Rebel XT, XTi, XSi, T1, T1i, T2i, T3, T3i, T4i, T5i, SL1, D60, D70, Powershot G10, G11, G12, G1X, Replaces Canon RS 60-E3
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- Premium-Grade Shutter Cable Release with Timer and Interval
- Auto-focusing, interval 1sec - 100hr. Shutter Count: 1-399 times + infinity
- First Shot Delay from 1 sec. up to 100hr.
- Dimension: 15.4cm (L) x 4cm (W) x 1.8 cm (D) (cord excluded), 1.2" LCD Display, 14" Cord.
- Includes a 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty
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|Item Weight||0.44 pounds|
|Package Height||1.5 x 3.6 x 8.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The Good: Literally everything. I hate people that come and review a product and say something like this because they become less trust worthy if they only talk good about an item, but everything is actually really nice on this. It has a nice construction, feels sturdy enough to use for a few years, a decently long cord, not enough to get tangled but plenty to hold even from a low camera angle. plugs snugly into my T2i. All the buttons work as they are supposed to and are nicely organized.
The Bad: The only real bad thing I could see about this is what everyone else is saying, but in actuality its more of a good thing then a bad. You can not turn this off without removing the battery, but heres why it should be a good thing.
At first, the annoyance that I couldnt turn it off and save that precious battery life was absolutely irritating. However, the book says that the battery will last for 3 years. So I can constantly leave it on at all times, even in my bag, and when I get it out, its always on. It shows no lights when its on so there isnt going to be a random red light or anything like that inside your camera bag. So really, they just took out the step where you turn it on. Ive had it for a week and have used it for about 8 time lapses, my longest one thus far was for 7 hours at 30 seconds inbetween per picture, and it works absolutely amazingly. highly recommend this product.
Curious, I downloaded the manual for the Canon Intervalometer and this Chinese made unit operates IDENTICALLY. As a matter of fact, there are many companies selling these same units all over the web for a fraction of the Canon MSRP. Possibly those who give this a poor rating while warning that one should buy the expensive Canon brand intervalometer can explain exactly what makes one identical product worth more than another? The Canon product is also made of plastic. It is also made in China. Did I mention that they are ALL identical?
So, if they look identical, work the same, have the same features and are all made in China, those giving this unit a bad review need to explain clearly why anyone should pay 5 times more for the Canon brand? Please be specific.
While they are working on that simple question I will tell you that I enjoyed a nice dinner with my wife using the hundred bucs I saved by buying this Aputure brand unit, an exact duplicate of the Canon product, at one fifth the price.
OPTIONAL - the reality of marketing. Canon is clearly working a HUGE margin on various after market accessories and is putting it right to the consumer. In view of this gouging mentality where Canon views me as nothing but a chicken to be plucked naked, I wonder why anyone would find competition, REASONABLE PRICING and consumer choices to be a bad thing?Read more ›
The only thing negative is that it will only deal with whole numbers. So you can only have one exposure every second, or one every two seconds and so on (for minutes and hours and all that good stuff) but not every 0.5 seconds. At least it is a lots better than the computer software that came with the camera, that only allows for no less than five seconds between exposures.
Other than that, the interface is decent for anything with five buttons on it that is not made by apple, and the display is just what you would expect from the picture
* Accuracy: it gives the correct duration and number of exposures, and the correct duration and number of intervals
* It is easy to use with ambient or supplemental lighting
* Timing (hours, minutes, seconds) is easily set, even for high values, because each unit is treated separately (adjust each unit independently, up or down)
* The connector fits correctly and snugly in my T2i's port
* It is acceptably compact
* The on-screen symbols aren't especially intuitive, and thus the user has to use it often enough to commit them to memory
* The manual is in serious need of a skilled technical writer. It is poorly translated and not especially well thought-out, though it is complete enough for a patient user to understand and follow
* The buttons have no backlight (an annoyance for programming it in the dark)
* The screen backlight (it does have one) uses what I found is surprisingly precious battery life (see next con)
* The unit is always on. There is no off switch, unless you count opening the battery door as 'off'
* The single greatest concern I have is the unit consumes batteries at an alarming rate.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great piece of equipment. I use it all the time for time lapses and it works perfectly. For sure gonna buy from this company.Published 8 days ago by Henry Lohman
It is always a good idea to have a way to remotely click the shutter.Published 1 month ago by Dale R. Palmer
This works very well with my Canon T2i. No more camera shake while my camera is on the tripod. Sturdy construction. Great buy.Published 2 months ago by dulcat