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jimmyt
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Hello every one
Please help me to looking for
Wireless Remote Control fr Canon EOS T3i.

Which one you guy has been use and know it is good one
Please let me know
Thanks

Post #1, Apr 05, 2011 15:18:59


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jimmyt wrote in post #12164192external link
Hello every one
Please help me to looking for
Wireless Remote Control fr Canon EOS T3i.

Which one you guy has been use and know it is good one
Please let me know
Thanks

why do you want one?

im only asking because im assuming you have to point it at the front if its like my 60d. it wont work from behind the camera.

unless you are using it for self portraits, just get a wired one.

Post #2, Apr 05, 2011 20:26:15


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because all the photo of my family with out me
that why I need remnote control for let me in our family member picture.

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...self timer?

The remote should work fine - I think you might be able to program the command into a universal remote (but don't quote me on that).

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Get this: http://amzn.com/B00004​WCCQexternal link

I have used it on both the T2i and 7d and it works great and is inexpensive. It will also keep you from having to press the shutter button and run over to get into the picture. Just stand with your family and point and click and you are all set.

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I too have a wireless remote. I use it a lot more then I thought I would anyway that link says it’s a RC-5 I have an RC-6, I don’t know if there is any difference but this link will give you price and compatibility.

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com ...eless_Remote_Contro​l.htmlexternal link

Good luck I hope this helped.

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jimmyt wrote in post #12167330external link
because all the photo of my family with out me
that why I need remnote control for let me in our family member picture.

get a cheap yongnuo RF-602 - functions as a remote for flash and shutter release

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How in the world does one set the T3i to use the IR wireless Remote without the timer attached to it? I bought the remote suggested here, but I cannot find anyhere where you can set it without the 10s timer enabled. In other words, I can't get it to work without a dang timer??? How is this possible/ Do I have the wrong remote?

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watt100 wrote in post #12168235external link
get a cheap yongnuo RF-602 - functions as a remote for flash and shutter release

How in the world does one set the T3i to use the IR wireless Remote without the timer attached to it? I bought the remote suggested here, but I cannot find anyhere where you can set it without the 10s timer enabled. In other words, I can't get it to work without a dang timer How is this possible/ Do I have the wrong remote?

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watt100 wrote in post #12168235external link
get a cheap yongnuo RF-602 - functions as a remote for flash and shutter release

Yes.. I picked up a Yongnuo wireless shutter release off of eBay for $18 dollars delivered to my door. It came from Hong Kong... It works great and has a range of up to 1000 feet.

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I just got mine from ebay for $3. It works fine as a simple remote. :D

Post #11, Aug 06, 2011 21:26:54 as a reply to Jim_T's post 1 hour earlier.


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