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5.0 out of 5 stars Canon EOS 600D, 22 Sept. 2011
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This review is from: Neewer® LCD Timer Shutter Release Remote Control Cord RS-60E3 for Canon Pentax Hasselblad Contax Samsung, fits Canon EOS 60D 300D 350D 400D 450D 1000D 500D 550D 650D 700D 100D / Rebel XT Xti Xsi XS T1i T2i T4i T5i SL1, Rebel 2000 Rebel G Rebel G II, ELAN 7 ELAN 7E ELAN 7N ELAN II ELAN IIE IX LITE, PowerShot G10/G11, Pentax K10D K110D K100D K20D K200D KM ist D DS DS2 DL DL2 K10 MZ-6 MZ-L ZX-L, Hasselblad H H1 H2 H2D H1D, Contax 645 Nl Nx N N Digital LA-50, Samsung GX-20 GX-10 GX-1L GX-1 (Electronics)
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It is working perfectly with my Canon EOS600D! Highly recommended. Very good replacement!!The video link is one of my first time-lapse shoot.
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Initial post: 19 Oct 2011 09:57:09 BDT
D. S. Trees says:
Where were you when you took this? How many actual photos are used for this or did you use the camera as a video?

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Oct 2011 13:17:18 BDT
Mr. D. Dobai says:
These are still images.The camera was in manual mode.The pictures was taken from my kitchen window.The video looks a bit unnatural cause i flipped over the whole thing vertically in Sony Vegas platinum.I needed about 250 picture to make this short movie.I still highly recommended this stuff if u looking for a reliable CHEAP intervalometer.

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Oct 2011 13:42:10 BDT
D. S. Trees says:
I kind of thought it looked inverted but I thought you might have been in a tall building too. Thanks. Wow 250 shots...what size SD card do you use. I just got the 600D myself. The video looks very very good. Congrats.

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Oct 2011 14:18:07 BDT
Mr. D. Dobai says:
Thank you.32GB Transcend class 10 in the best quality JPEG format(RAW prefered anyway if you will do serious post-production.This was a trial only.But it is nothing.... My last time-lapse video contained 2550 images and fortunately I living in a penthouse flat...

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Oct 2011 14:20:06 BDT
D. S. Trees says:
Want to share a link to the 2550 Time Lapse piece? What was it... Where is your flat London, Manchester...I ask as I rains a lot here in Manchester..LOL.
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