- Also check our best rated Camera reviews
LCD Timer Remote switch cord cable for Canon G15 G16 60D,100D,450D,500D,550D,600D,650D,700D,1000D,1100D,G12 G15 G16 G1X SX50 Pentax as RS-60E3
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- This is a remote switch with an 80cm cord and a self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer,
- and exposure count setting feature. The timer can be set anywhere from 1 sec. to 99 hrs.
- A dial enables you to easily enter the numeric settings with a single thumb, and the LCD panel can a
- Compatiable Models:Canon EOS Canon G15 G16 60D 350D,300D,400D,450D,500D,550D,600D,650D,700D,1000D,1100D,Pentax, Contax N, Contax 645, Pentax IST-D,*1
- K200D,K100D,K110D,K20D,K10D. Samsung: *ist,MZ-6,GS-1L,GX-10,GX-1S
Customers also shopped for
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Instruction for symbols: DELAY: Setting the time (0s ? 99h59m59s) for counting down and then release shutter. LONG: Setting the exposure time (0s ? 99h59m59s). INTVL: Setting time (0s ? 99h59m59s) from the first release to the second time, including the exposure time of each shooting. N: Setting total shooting times (1-399). ?: Turn on / off the reminding sound. Package Includes: One remote switch User Manual 2 x 2A Battery
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I got it mainly for using at night (as I have a videocamera with timelapse function which works pretty well during the day) as I wanted an easier way of capturing star trails and creating timelapse videos at night without having to do it all manually. I've only been able to test it out twice (due to rain or clouds most nights), but setting it up is quite straight forward without having to really look at the instructions, and I had it set up and working within a few minutes. Hopefully once the weather gets better I can experiment with it a bit more.
The only annoying thing I've found so far is there's no off switch, but I've been removing the batteries until I want to use it again. Apart from that I think it's pretty much perfect, and does everything I want it to. Plus the price isn't too bad - compared to paying nearly £100 more for the Canon TC 80N3 which looks like it does the exact same thing. I'd definitely recommend it.
It's not immediately intuitive but the manual is good and once you understand the display it makes perfect sense. You can also backlight the display which was useful during the Arctic night. It has an LED which lights when the shutter is open which might affect those doing astro-photography and a beep on shutter open which is useful at night but can be disabled if it drives you mad.
Anyway, don't let the lack of a on/off switch or reports of batteries running out stop you, this product is well worth the money!
Note: If you are merely looking for a remote shutter release switch for your camera then you are better off buying a simpler type which does not require batteries OR an infrared remote if your camera allows that option. This timer's main benefit is for timelapse photography.
Most recent customer reviews
You get what you pay for, but at least it works, and it's worked fine.