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JJC TMC LCD Timer Remote Control for Canon EOS 60D 1000D 700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 450D Rebel Series (Black)

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  • It also functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an interval meter.
  • It also functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an interval meter
  • This remote control with an 90cm cord and a self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure-count setting feature
  • The timer can be set anywhere from 1 sec. to 99 hrs., 59 min., 59 sec. The maximum number of exposure is 399.
  • It also functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an interval meter.
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Product Description

LCD Timer Remote Control for Canon EOS 60D 1000D 700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 450D 400D 350D 300D Rebel Cameras Power Shot G1 X G12 G11 G10

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008YCP9FC
  • Item model number: TMC
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 25, 2009

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This is a functionally excellent and well designed multi-function control. Functions include shutter release (with 'hold' for bulb), self-timer delay, timed exposure, interval timer, all adjustable from 1 sec. to 100 hrs., and number of exposures (1 to 399 plus unlimited). The controls are well laid out and easy to use. The buttons are large and easy to use. The screen is easy to read and and can be backlit (bright compared to other brands). It uses 2 AAA batteries (included) and, unlike Aperture and other brands, has an on-off switch for battery preservation (though the settable data is lost when shut off). The only slight negative is that it seems somewhat plastiic-y. I would recommend it as good value.
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I use mine for astrophotography, where I take multiple long (bulb setting) exposures- usually at 2-5 minutes or longer- throughout the night. I set it once, and instead of having to go out continuously to fire the next shot in the cold, I can go back inside the house (where its considerably warmer) for the duration of the night. Very easy to use, 4 quick settings and you're off.
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This timer performs really well attached to my Canon T4i. I have taken some great time lapse sequences with it, and I'm generally really happy with its performance. My one complaint is that the instructions for use are not extremely clear, obviously translated from a language other than English. I had to make my own "notes to myself" based on trial and error actual use, in order to create my own reference guide since I don't do time lapse photography on a daily basis.
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Works on Canon 60D. Some remotes have a connector that does not fit the 60D including the most popular remote timer that Canon makes. Works just like it says. Set up the remote to take pictures every few seconds or for much longer intervals. A person walking means photos every few seconds, but a growing blade of grass would mean longer intervals. Fits many camera models. You may want to keep the mirror up and change white balance, so your camera needs these settings for some long term photos. You can set it for minutes or days. There is a maximum of photos you can set, somewhere over 300 but I never needed that many. Pretty fun watching the ocean tide go out and the moon running across the sky. Did the traffic at the corner during the day and again at night. Did the city lights coming on as the sun set, and have some really pretty pictures. Make movies from the stills and add music. Pretty fun.
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Bought this product for use as an invervalometer for my Canon Rebel T3i. It worked perfectly, with little to no learning curve. The instructions were really helpful and my very first time lapse product came out great, with the help of this product. I fully recommend it as an intervalometer.
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Easy to figure out. Be sure to set the "interval" to include the "bulb" value + a delay of a couple of seconds. The push buttons' tactile feel is poor. A more positive feel is needed. I may just break out the 4 way rocker to uncover the push buttons. Like others have said, it's cheap, and can always another. I thought there was a light, but no. These 2 things are the only hack I would do. Works seamlessly w/ my Canon 60D. Left it on over night, batteries last & last.
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I got a simple, single button trigger for Christmas but this more advanced one is nice to have for those situations where you need to setup the timer.

Came exactly as described and works great.
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First off, this thing is much smaller than I expected. It's literally just a bit larger than a business card, and as thick as a deck of cards. Tested out all of the functions, and it seems to be working well. The backlit LCD screen comes on nicely, and the light is actually much brighter than I expected.
Things that I've figured out so far
When using it as a delay timer, set your camera to SINGLE shot mode, not consecutive. Otherwise your camera will just keep rackin' away photos instead of just taking one and then waiting. ALSO, do not use your in-camera timer with this timer attached. It will confuse your camera.
When using the delay-between-shots function, FACTOR IN THE SHUTTER SPEED OF THE SHOTS. Such as, if you want 3 ten second photos, with two seconds between them, set the interval for 12 seconds. It starts counting the interval at the beginning of the previous frame.

I've read a lot of reviews that say this thing dies after about a month. I'll make sure to update this after it expires, and when I figure out other little tips and tricks.

[edit 4/4/2014] After taking some shots of the sky at night, I'd like to warn that the screen is definitely bright enough, but the buttons and the labeling at the top of the screen which denotes (in code) which setting one currently has selected for modification are NOT lit. Carry a flashlight until you get familiar enough with the device to navigate it in the dark. [/edit]
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