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It's on a cable attached to the camera so within reason you can use it from anywhere around the camera, whether in front, behind, under or over. Even at a slight angle pointing away standing on your head with a cup on your foot. You will need it in your other hand though.
By Alex B. on 10 December 2013
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I can confirm the remote has an E3 type connector. This will work with the following:
EOS M, 1100d, 1200d, 100d, 300d, 350d, 400d, 450d, 550d, 600d, 650d, 700d, 60d and finally 70d.

By Geoff Palmer on 05 October 2014
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No it does not, you have to set that up yourself in the camera menu.
By Mikael Larsson on 26 September 2014
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press any button to switch on and it switches off automatically,you dont have to take out the batteries
By speedy on 17 February 2014
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Ok. Press 'set' until the black line at the top is under 'intvl' then press 'set', this selects interval. Use the side arrows until seconds (") is flashing. Use up and down arrows to select desired time, then press 'set' to confirm. Now move the black line under 'N' to select the number of repeated photos you want to… see more Ok. Press 'set' until the black line at the top is under 'intvl' then press 'set', this selects interval. Use the side arrows until seconds (") is flashing. Use up and down arrows to select desired time, then press 'set' to confirm. Now move the black line under 'N' to select the number of repeated photos you want to take, using the up and down to change the number in the brackets ( (---) is infinite) then confirm by pressing 'set'. When you are all set up simply press 'Timer start/stop'. You would take 60 photos with a 5 second interval in five mins, so set N to 60. I put it on infinite and set a timer on my phone, that way I can golonger if I want. Hope this helped! see less
By duncan harvey on 04 March 2015
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yes you will need an adaptor the ones that come are not compatabile for the 7d
By gazza on 01 November 2014
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If it's any help, it work with my 60D. Also I know someone who uses one on a 5D. So fairly universal by the looks of it.
By Nigel Kippax on 14 August 2014
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It should work with any camera that has a side little push in socket above the headphone jack.. I have used it on eos 6 and now eos 7
By Mrcoolweb on 26 November 2014
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Sorry - I have no idea.
By J M S HOLMES on 17 June 2014