: Canon TCN3 Timer Remote Controller for EOS 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 7D, 6D, 5D, 1D, 1Ds, D30, D60, 1V & 3 SLR Cameras: Camera. Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. Timer Remote Controller TCN3 is a remote switch with the following timer control and exposure count control. The TCN3 is the most advanced cable remote control available for any EOS camera. For remote 80cm cable; Long exposures; Self-timer; Interval timer.
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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. It’s something I take with my camera It’s something I take with my camera every time. It’s great for low light, night, astrophotography, blurring, and so much more.
It’s definitely an essential tool in your arsenal. You have to take the battery out each time for it to turn off. Here’s a picture taken using the controller. I love you Canon, but why the hell would you put 99 as the max number of frame you can take?
All other third party brand put at least Nobody will never shoot a 99 frames timelapses! It’s an awesome product but I put only 4 stars because of this!
Cost too much, but its a great product and I use it all the time. I has a lighted LCD display that can be activated with the touch of a button that very handy for shooting stars and star trails. The functions are very easy to use and its easy to set the time on an of them. It has self-timer for time delays shootingInterval Timer for time-laps, long exposure, and image count. With this you can control: For example, you can program the controller to wait five minutes, release the shutter, then take a total of 25 exposures at five minute intervals.
But they aren’t, so this device is almost a necessity for some types of image capture. For videographers, the single best feature is undoubtedly the intervalometer, which allows you to capture variably timed single shot sequences that can be pieced together to make a time-lapse video. It is true that a longer cable would be good in some situations — self portraiture, for example.
But the traditional workaround for that is the time delay shutter release, so you would be able to set the functions you want, push the button, and hit your mark before the camera begins doing whatever you have programmed it to do. The device seems at least twice as expensive as it ought to be for the functionality it provides, but I won’t knock a star off this review because I disapprove of the price.
It does what it does excellently. If you need this device’s features, you should be happy with it. If you don’t need the special functions, basic cable releases are available for significantly less, from both Canon and third-party suppliers.
This is just what the doctor ordered. Very easy to set and does several jobs from timer to intervals, to just a push button that works without the batteries.
Stays on all the time like a digital watch but the battery lasts 3 years so who cares?
Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 Review
I used it to take some timed exposures last night and you can set the duration, hit start and then walk away because the timer will turn it off at the time set instead of you having to stop the exposure. I kind of wish it had a tassle so I could hang it from something instead of having it dangle but I’ll just rig up some sort of holster on my tripod for it.
Here’s a tiled exposure I took with it last night. Canon Sales told me that this would work with an 80D. The connection is different. I’ll have to return it. And pay a restocking fee. The remote port on the 80D takes a connection that looks similar to a headphone jack; the connection on this device is fat and not rounded.
For example, I put the interval time, exposure, and how many images I’d like to take, I’d plugged the Satechi in and it would just start taking photos randomly. I’d have to shut my camera off and redo the settings again and again. Also the wireless remote for the Satechi didn’t work good either. The Canon TC80N3 just works out of the box, and takes photos flawlessly. Please don’t go cheap and buy another brand or you’ll pay for it.
Lastly, there is no wireless for the canon, although, I think they make a wireless controller that works with the Canon TC80N3.
I’ve just received mine a couple days ago. I only tried the long exposure function in low light conditions. Little bit over priced like everything from Canon. The only thing I don’t like that it doesn’t have a power button. So any time I want to stop the unit I have to remove the battery. See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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