Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. Timer Remote Controller TCN3 is a remote switch with the following timer control and exposure count control. Buy Canon Remote Switch RSN3 featuring Remote Shutter Release, Minimizes Vibrations Great for Shutter will remain open until you manually release it. Use this remote switch to reduce camera shake when capturing super telephoto, macro and long exposure shots. Compatible with select EOS DLSR cameras.
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Handy for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize vibration for close-ups and time exposure. Missing an N3 port, the Rebel series 4xxD models as of this writing are not compatible. Like the camera’s shutter release, the RSN3 supports a half-press or full press – which releases the shutter.
Flash, Lighting and Accessories. Well, to my surprise the wireless remote does not work from behind the camera. The Canon Remote Switch RSN3 is very light but relatively expensive but valuable to own – it is a valuable piece of kit to have.
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Remote Switch RSN3 is rated 4. Similar item at lower price: In addition, the remote release button slides forward while pressed in – this will lock the shutter open in B Bulb mode. The rental companies I recommend sr-80n3 are excellent to work with.
I have always used a wireless shutter release remote, a wireless remote is good to have but the RSN3 is even better. See any errors on this page?
They break fast I know. This has to be the premiere camera and related product enterprise business in the world. There are times you need to garantee your composition doesn’t budge the slightest bit – the RSN3 is the tool to ensure just that.
In Stock Update Location close. Remoet your order by 5pm Wed Jan 2 and your order will ship the same day. In less than a year the rubber wire attachment at the top of the remote has opened up and exposed the copper wiring underneath. The switch arrived rs-80n33 and is doing the job I hoped it would.
The cord is nice and thick and looks like it will be kink resistant. Only compatible in still mode. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Mannual works I had ordered the RC-1 wireless remote first, thinking it would be better because there is not r-s80n3 chord. So, even though the RSN3 has a chord it is easier to use then the wireless one. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. If you’re shooting HDR images multiple exposures or anything that requires absolute sharpness product shots this will do the job.
I am glad I don’t have to use the timer on my camera any more, just would have been nice if the body was made out of aluminum. Tripods, Ball Heads and Accessories. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. I did this because in 5 years of heavy professional use I had never once used the timer function of the original, far more expensive, TCN3. Sr-80n3 are cheaper than dirt and others with little or more options run on the high side.
Be the first to review this item. I did not like the price tag, but know fully well that with Canon you get what you pay for.
It also has a shutter-release lock. The L-shaped plug however faces degree the wrong way on my 40D, IE the L faces to the front of the camera.
You could use the camera’s built-in self-timer, but your subject may be long gone until it fires. The plug locks onto the camera until you tug on the locking collar; it’s simple and very effective. Renting is fast and easy. Rated 5 out of 5 by natehcp from Sweetness! I have had occasional problems using the wireless remote with not being able to get the shutter to close once open mainly due to line of sight.
They really need to make this cord 5ft long. I am grateful for your support!
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The build quality is pretty low, canon is making a lot of money on this one. It’s virtually the same as the far more expensive TCN3, less the timer.
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