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The camera will immediately take the first exposure. Also note that the timing or exposure count mode you have set will not be affected if you use the Release Button.

For further details see delivery estimates in cart. If you just need a cable release, you might want to pass on this controller. Use the Jog Dial to set the desired time interval.

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Forgetting this step can mean that you come back minutes later to find that the remote controller only triggered mirror lockup — not the exposure. Rated 4 out of 5 by DeSoto Sandy from Electronic shutter release and more The Canon Remote Controller TCN3 is an electronic cable shutter release combined with a remote timer that greatly expands the functionality of built into your camera.

There are seemingly hundreds of technologies and techniques for remotely triggering a DSLR today. For unattended shooting, focus manually. Rated 3 out of 5 by endus from Durability problems I have just killed my third TCN3 and feel the need, finally, to review this piece of equipment. While I don’t like to pay more than I need to, I have stayed with the trusted Canon brand for this important part of my kit.


To cancel use of a specific feature, set the time or number of exposures of the respective mode to 0. The Rebel series models do not. Yes the buttons are small, but it works fine for me. Set exposure count combine this function with other functions above to limit the number of exposures taken. Where you buy your gear matters. It is well built and a fun accessory for expanding your image taking flexibility.

Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Was this article helpful? The timer can be set anywhere from 1 second to 99 hours, 59 minutes, or 59 seconds. Exposure count is set similarly, except there is only one value to set.

Note that I usually use and recommend manual focus while using a remote release. Hold Function The Hold function prevents accidental changes to your settings.

As with your camera’s shutter button, you can press the Release Button either halfway or all the way. Also typically used for time lapse photography is exposure count control.

The battery life with this device on 24 hours a day is over three years. Order in the next 0: Use the Jog Dial to set the desired delay time. To release the button, slide it back to its original position. Renting is fast and easy. Does it do manula it claims?

Similar item at lower price: For long exposures or continuous shooting, press the Release Button completely and slide it forward, in the direction of the Running Lock Arrow. You expect to get what you ordered fanon you want to pay a low price for it.


Canon’s DSLRs unfortunately allow specified exposure time lengths of only up to 30 seconds. For example, a 2 second self timer can start a long exposure or other programmed function.


This instant release button is always available and can be slid forward while depressed to lock in the depressed state called “running lock” which hold the shutter open if the camera is in Bulb mode.

I have not used the controller long enough to have a feel for its durability; however, the device displays quality one would expect from Canon. Let me say this simply: I’m glad I got the Canon branded version instead of a cheap knock-off. When you are shooting with electronic flash the time interval you set must be longer than the flash recycle time.

The full recharge duration can be several seconds or longer.

Refer to the Combinations Chart for more details. Repeat Step 3 for any additional time units you wish to set. Interval Timer Mode continued 3.