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NEEWER® RM-UC1 Digital Timer Remote Control w/ LCD Display for Olympus E-400 E-410 E-420 E-450 E-510 E-520 E-600 E-620 E30 E-P1 E-P2

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  • Size: 154 x 40 x 18mm
  • Weight: 100g
  • Cable length: 920mm
  • Power supply: 1.5V,AAA Battery x2 (Batteries are NOT included)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003LYTFX0
  • Item model number: 10000347
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2010

Product Description

Controls and camera that accepts Sony RM-S1AM Remote Commander

Compatible with:

Sony: Alpha A100, A200, A300, A350, A500, A550, A700, A850, A900

Konika Minolta: DSLR Maxxum / Dynax / Alpha 7D, 5D; Dimage A2, A1, 7Hi, 7i, 7, 5; Film cameras SLR 9, 7, 4, 9xi, 7xi, 5xi, 800si, 700si, 600si, 500si, XTSi, HTSi Plus, STS;

With a built in interval timer, this new premium electronic timer remote cord will help you control your exposures. It enables you to get all the features of the brand-name device at a fraction of the cost.

This multi-function remote cord provides an automatic timer function. You can choose the delay, exposure time, interval, and number of shots. It also has a manual release. Take photographs manually using the shutter-release button on the remote cord. Photographs can be taken manually even when the timer is running.

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.

Features:
*Time delay: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
*Exposure time: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
*Interval: 1s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
*Number of shots: 1 to 399,- -(unlimited)
*Battery life: Approximately two months of continuous shooting with a delay of 5 min, an exposure time of 4 min 56s, and an interval of 5min.

Specifications:
*Dimension: 140 x 40 x 20mm (control cord excluded).
*Cord Length: 2.6 feet.
* Power supply: 1.5V, AAA Battery x2 (Batteries not included)

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Ended up ordering another device which does work.
C. Funk
I have decided to purchase the "Aputure Timer Camera Remote Control Shutter cable 3L for Olympus EVOLT...".
Judith K. Mooers
The instructions say to set the camera to manual exposure, bulb mode, but this isn't necessary.
Bill Vanyo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By I. Clements on July 14, 2012
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Got this because it was supposed to be a replacement for the Olympus brand cable remote. While other reviewers have gotten it to work with other models of Olympus digital cameras it does not appear to work with my OM-D. The OM-D is relatively new so its possible there is something subtle to the setup I haven't figured out yet but what ever it is this doesn't work as a replacement for the Olympus remote.

Pushing the button will trigger autofocus but no matter how I fiddled with the cable I couldn't get it to fire the camera.

I had another remote of this exact brand for my Canon and it had the exact same issue.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Judith K. Mooers on March 19, 2013
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I ordered this item,"Neewer RM-UC1" from this seller through Amazon. I received the "Neewer EZa-OP12." I tried it anyway. Instructions said to plug the timer into my camera when the timer was was not in an operational mode and while my camera was off, then turn the camera on and make some suggested adjustments to my camera. When I plugged this timer into my camera and turned it on, my camera took one picture and froze. I verified that the timer was not running. I was not able to make the adjustments to my camera that the instructions suggested. I programmed the timer anyway to see what would happen. The timer executed the program as it should and all of the timers lights lit at the correct time, but my camera was unresponsive. I tried taking the batteries out of the timer and plugging it into my camera to see if I could get the camera to respond to the shutter release on the timer (the instruction said that would work). Same results. The camera took one picture when I turned the camera on, then froze. I contacted the seller VIA, a request to return, through Amazon asking if I received the wrong Item or if the EZa-OP12 was a suitable substitute. I also asked if their was a place for troubleshooting or FAQs.

In the first email response, they asked for the order number. I gave them the Amazon order number. They said they did not recognize the number that I gave them and wanted a number that had a different format. I don't know how to provide that number that they want, I only have the Amazon order number. Though they were giving me a hard time about the order number, they did continue with lame suggestions (like do I have the right camera) via email and they never did not provide any information on FAQs or a troubleshooting web site.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Chen on May 13, 2011
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This intervalometer (remote timer) works great with the Olympus E-P1. I've used it for a few time lapse projects, shooting over a total of 3000 shots so far.

The Good:

- The build quality is pretty good. It's hollow plastic, but it feels like it will last for a while as long as you don't abuse it heavily.
- It's intuitive to use. You pretty much plug it in, hit the left or right button to select the setting, hit the set button to edit, and hit the up and down button to change the setting.
- It has an LED that flashes red and then green to let you know when it's going to take the shot.
- You can also use it simply as a remote shutter release, or use it to keep your shutter open during bulb exposure mode.
- Has a backlit LCD screen. You just hit one button and it lights up green.
- Comes with 2 AAA batteries

The Not So Good:

- No power button. The screen stays on forever unless you remove the batteries. Not a huge deal, but kind of an annoyance.
- The number of shots setting goes from 1-399, then infinity. You can't set anything between 399-infinity. When setting the number of shots, keep in mind "--" means infinity.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill Vanyo on August 4, 2012
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I just got mine and did a short test on my Olympus E-PL3. The instructions are a bit "engrish" here and there, but not at all enough as to interfere with reading, and there's a simple interval diagram that makes everything clear. I bought this with the hopes of doing HDR time lapse. The instructions say to set the camera to manual exposure, bulb mode, but this isn't necessary. Basically, you set an 'exposure time' and an 'interval time'. The interval time says how often to press the shutter button, and the exposure time how long to hold it. So for HDR on the E-PL3, I set the camera to take a 7 frame sequence (or 5 or 3), and set other camera settings as I would for HDR, and on the timer device, set the 'exposure time' long enough that it can take the entire sequence. Then, the interval time has to be at least a second longer than that, and longer as much as you want the time lapse slower. In a nutshell, it works just fine for what I want to do - HDR time lapse. Basically, it does anything you can do by pressing the shutter button, holding for a certain time, releasing, then repeating that at a fixed interval, for a fixed number of iterations or indefinitely. It didn't take more than 5 minutes to get it working out of the box. As others point out, an on/off switch would be nice, but not a big deal for what I'm doing, as I won't be turning it on and off frequently - inserting and removing the two AAA batteries is good enough.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alexsander Jevtich on July 5, 2012
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This thing is great for night photos and time lapse. Ding of one star for no on/off switch. Manual could be a bit clearer, but no big deal.
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