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  • Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control For The 7D, 7D Mark 2, 6D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 5D, 20D, 10D, 5D Maxrk III, 5D Mark II, 1D X, 1D C, 1D Mark IV, 1D(s)Mark III, 1D(s)Mark II(N) Digital SLR Cameras (Replaces TC-80N3)
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Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control For The 7D, 7D Mark 2, 6D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 5D, 20D, 10D, 5D Maxrk III, 5D Mark II, 1D X, 1D C, 1D Mark IV, 1D(s)Mark III, 1D(s)Mark II(N) Digital SLR Cameras (Replaces TC-80N3)

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  • Set Timer Delays & Intervals
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • Take Photos without Camera Shake
  • Great for Time-Lapse Recording
  • Set Number of Shots/Unlimited Shooting
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Size: Canon 2
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008FBMSWY
  • Item model number: PL-RTC18
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 27, 2012

Product Description

Size: Canon 2

The Polaroid timer remote control with interval timer connects to specified cameras by way of a single cord and plug allowing you to set how long of an exposure you want (LONG), the length of time between shots (INTERVAL) and the number of exposures (N). you can even set the amount of time you want to have laps before the shot is taken (DELAY). Once you program the timer and press the start button, all your settings are performed automatically. You can set the timer delays, exposure times, and intervals up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in one second increments. You can set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. The backlit LCD display panel gives you a visual reference so you can enable the following functions: self-timer, exposure, interval, and number of shots. Powered by two "AAA" batteries, it can last for about 60 days of continuous shooting with intervals of five minutes and exposures of 4 minutes, 56 seconds. When left on standby, it can last for up to 2 years.

Whatever you are photographing the night sky every 2 minutes for two hours or recoding a colony of insects over times for a scientific study or in your studio you now have an important, useful tool to assist in take taking time laps photos
With the Polaroid timer remote control, you will find new ways to capture images that will expand your photographic creativity

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Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control

Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control
  • Fits All The 7D, 6D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 5D, 20D, 10D, 5D Maxrk III, 5D Mark II, 1D X, 1D C, 1D Mark IV, 1D(s)Mark III, 1D(s)Mark II(N) Digital SLR Cameras (Replaces TC-80N3)

Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control

The Polaroid timer remote control with interval timer connects to specified cameras by way of a single cord and plug allowing you to set how long of an exposure you want (Long), the length of time between shots (Interval) and the number of exposures (N). you can even set the amount of time you want to have laps before the shot is taken (Delay). Once you program the timer and press the start button, all your settings are performed automatically. You can set the timer delays, exposure times, and intervals up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in one second increments. You can set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. The backlit LCD display panel gives you a visual reference so you can enable the following functions: self-timer, exposure, interval, and number of shots. Powered by two "AAA" batteries, it can last for about 60 days of continuous shooting with intervals of five minutes and exposures of 4 minutes, 56 seconds. When left on standby, it can last for up to 2 years.

Whatever you are photographing the night sky every two minutes for two hours or recoding a colony of insects over times for a scientific study or in your studio you now have an important, useful tool to assist in take taking time laps photos With the Polaroid timer remote control, you will find new ways to capture images that will expand your photographic creativity.


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Customer Reviews

It was much less than the Canon version accessory.
Amazon Customer
The only problem is there's no on/off switch, so you have to either take out the batteries or just suck power for the display.
Joshua
It worked great at taking some awesome time lapse photography.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Enrique Delaveau on July 11, 2013
Size Name: Canon 1 Verified Purchase
Excellent product, well constructed with some nice features. didnt even need to check the instructions.

For those who want to know if this works for timelapses, the answer is YES, here is why:

1.- It got infinity mode (will keep taking pictures until the battery of your camera goes empty)
2.- You can setup the delay between shoots
3.- You can set up the initial delay

Works fine with T4i...
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kuan Sanchez on September 12, 2012
Size Name: Canon 1 Verified Purchase
This remote is exactly what I was looking for... you can't go wrong with the price, and you definitely can't go wrong with the name. So far, so good... powered by two AAA batteries (included), this remote does more than enough to satisfy the professional's needs.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By YW on July 22, 2013
Size Name: Canon 2 Verified Purchase
I was looking for a remote that can trigger my camera continuously. My six-month-old son would not look at the camera. This creates a big problem when I try to take a family picture with him, my wife and myself in it. I tried the on camera timer, but it's either 2 or 10 secs. After that I have to go back and set the camera again and there's no guarantee that my son would look at the camera next time.

Having this remote solves the problem. I can set the remote such that the camera would take a picture every second so the chance of catching a precious moment would be a lot higher.

I also like to do long exposure shots of night scene or day time photo with ND filter. The camera only lets me use 30secs max. This remote allows me to go way beyond 30secs. I can even set it up such that it would take pictures at a set interval of time. This is potentially useful for time lapse photography although I haven't tried it yet.

Like some others mentioned, I find it strange that there's no on-off switch. I don't mind taking the battery out when I'm done using it. But it's just a strange omission.

I believe there may be even cheaper alternatives, but I picked this one because of brand recognition. Price seems reasonable too.

Let me add that I'm using canon 6D so in theory I can remotely trigger with my smart phone with the EOS app. However it doesn't quite do what I need. It cannot take pictures continuously and it's quite sluggish.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dik on January 7, 2014
Size Name: Canon 2 Verified Purchase
This is my second Polaroid Shutter release! I have one for my T3i and one for my 6D. They both have performed flawlessly. I would recommend this unit for anyone serious about having a remote release.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By switzertex on April 9, 2013
Size Name: Nikon Verified Purchase
This is a great little device because it will do time lapse of virtually any interval. Your options are a set number of pictures up to 400, or unlimited pictures. It will also do extremely long exposures if you want. The controls are not very intuitive, but you will figure them out after messing with it.

Minus 1 star because it has no on/off switch. To turn it off, you have to take out the batteries, which is kind of annoying.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Guy Ivie on November 23, 2013
Size Name: Canon 2 Verified Purchase
How Canon gets away with charging what it does for an intervalometer is beyond me. This Polaroid unit does the same job for a fraction of the price. I first used it during a 2-day workshop at Yosemite, from morning until bedtime, in warm and cold conditions. Not a single problem with it (or at least none that I didn't create myself). Works great as a manual remote shutter release -- lets you avoid creating motion blur on a longer exposure -- and as a timer for a specified number of images of set duration at set intervals (I used it for star trails). I couldn't be happier with it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Aeryck S. De Sade on April 8, 2013
Size Name: Canon 1 Verified Purchase
This was bought for my Canon EOS DSLR and it works great with it. I didn't want to spend the extra $$$ for the Canon one when this does its job wonderfully at a fraction of the price!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By 1700 on October 24, 2013
Size Name: Canon 1 Verified Purchase
The product met all of my needs, except the "hold" option didn't work on my T4i. It also needs an off-switch.
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