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Digital Timer Remote (EZA-C3) for Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II & 1Ds Mark III

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  • Full functions supported as the camera shutter switch (with halfway or complete pressing). Functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an interval met
  • Design for group, macro, long exposures, continuous, motion shooting, etc. Energy saving design, can be use for long time
  • Timer delay: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments. Exposure time: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments
  • Interval: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in 1s increments
  • This digital timer remote is designed to trigger a camera shutter with regular time intervals, featuring self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure-count settings.The timer can be set anywhere from 1 second to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds. The buttons can be operated with a single thumb. The LCD panel can also be illuminated. The remote has a stylish and ergonomic design, making it a pleasure to use. It has a super large LCD screen. The shutter release button on the remote is a two-stage button: half-pressing the button will cause the camera to focus, and full-pressing will trigger the camera's shutter.,
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003F69JBW
  • Item model number: 10000345
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2010
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Product Description

Specifications:


Approx Size: 150 X 38 X 15 mm
Power source: Two AAA-type batteries
Battery life: Approximately two months of continuous shooting with a delay of 5 min, an exposure time of 4 min 56 s, and an interval of 5 min.
Weight: 90g (without batteries)
Length of Cord: 90cm

Function:


Delay / Self Timer (DELAY)
Just like the self timer on your camera. The TM timer remote switch allows you to set any delay (in 1 second increments) up to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds.
BULB/Long Exposure (LONG)
It allows you to take time exposures up to 100 hours in length.
Interval Timer (INTVL)
The Interval Timer can be set to any time period up to 100 hours as well. If you set it to 10 minutes, for example, one exposure will be taken every 10 minutes until either the film runs out or the Exposure Count limit has been reached.
Exposure Count (N)
This setting permits you to set the number of exposures that will be taken, up to a total 399.

Compatible With :


Canon EOS Digital SLR
EOS 1D, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark III
EOS 1Ds, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds Mark III
EOS 5D , 5D Mark III , Mark II
EOS 10D 20D 30D 40D 50D D30 D2000
Canon EOS Film SLR
EOS 1V 1VHS 3

package content:
1X Digital Timer Remote
1X User manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So I wrote to return the item.
Rey
I wish it had an OFF switch to conserve battery life, but even being ON all the time, the batteries last quite a while.
MTMcKenney
The Digital Timer Remote (EZA-C3) for Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 1D, 5D, 7D, 50D & 40D is Highly recommended so far.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 2, 2010
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When was the last time you ran across a bargain in photography? That long, huh?

This is the best and most affordable photo gadget I've run across in years! I bought this for architectural and fireworks photography with my Canon 5dII (and now, my new 5D III), but it does much more. First, there is the main button. Press it halfway and it focuses your camera. Push all the way and the camera fires. Slide the main button up, and it locks the shutter open for "Bulb" time exposures.

Use the "set" button to program the timer to trigger the camera up to 100 hours in the future.

Program it to fire off one frame after another every second/minute/hour forever.

Program it to fire off ten frames at twenty second intervals thirty hours from now--or any other combination.

Program it to take a 30 second time exposure starting five minutes from now.

The instruction manual is a bit puzzling, so it is best to just connect the trigger to your camera with the three-foot cord and play with it. THEN read the instructions, which are a tough slog.

The unit appears solid and well-made, and is powered by two standard "AAA" batteries which last for months. I've uploaded a few fun pictures of the unit.

UPDATE: I've been using this product for almost two years, mainly for architectural photography. It still works perfectly and I haven't changed the batteries!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Gardner on October 26, 2010
For the price, it can't be beat. It's a very good quality intervalometer with the same functionality as the Canon TC80N3 Timer Remote Control for EOS D30, D60, D10, 1D, 1V & 20D SLR Cameras but at a price much more reasonable for what this product does (It is a timer. It keeps track of seconds and sends the electronic equivalent of you pushing a button.)

Functionality:
- Time bulb exposures with whole-second precision. (I.e. get bulb exposures from 1 second to 99 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds in one second increments)
- Delay when it starts shooting by 1 second all the way to 99 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds in one second increments
- Take images repeatedly at a specified interval (from 1 second to 99 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds)
- Specify the number of images you want from from 1 to 399 - or specify "--" which will make it take images continually

- A beeper that will beep every second while you are exposing the image (you can turn this on or off)
- A "Lock" button that will prevent the settings from being changed after you start shooting
- A "locking slider" that you can use to keep the shutter button fully pressed - useful for manually doing long bulb exposures or if you are doing star trails and want to have the camera keep shooting in continuous mode.

The manual that comes with the intervalometer is quite well written (which surprised me for a knockoff product - especially since on some of the reviews for the TC-80N3 the reviewers mention it doesn't even come with a manual!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brett Knutson on June 4, 2010
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Found this thing for $27 and thought it had to be to good to be true, well it's true! The unit works great, mind you it doesn't have the best in the way of a manual, but with a little play and following the on screen prompts you should have no problems. It is worth every penny I paid and have no regrets. Considering that the can version of this is 7X the price you really can't go wrong! Get it while it's cheap and enjoy!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joe West on June 1, 2010
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I have been looking at remote timers for my Canon 5D Mark II for some time now. I had a hard time justifying Canon's price on the TC80-N3... when all that is really needed is the electronics to remotely trigger the camera. I found this device, on Amazon, for $100 LESS than the Canon version. Bottom line... this device works perfectly. You never know about the longevity of "after market" products like this, but it seems to be solid enough to do the job for quite some time. And after saving $100... I'll take my chances!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Doug T on April 26, 2011
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Some customers have complained here that this timer didn't work with their Canon 7D. I might know why. The connector doesn't fit well but this is easily fixed. With mine, the connector was barely making contact and it would easily fall away from the camera. I pushed the connector on as hard as I dared but that didn't help. Then I looked at the connector through a magnifying glass and could see that there are three metal latches that are meant to hold the connector on the camera but the camera side of the latches was too big to enter the socket. This was preventing a good electrical connection and a good mechanical connection. I filed the leading edge of the latches and now the connector works great in every way and it is still easy enough to remove. I just slightly filed the metal and that was enough so don't over do it. (Eventually the manufacturer might correct this so try it on your camera before filing.)

It is easy enough to learn how to operate the timer but the directions are a bit of a puzzle. They really should have a native English speaker correct all of the errors. Still, if you can operate an SLR well enough to want a timer you can figure it out. Because of the manual I would normally give this four stars but the price is so amazingly cheap that I gave it five.
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