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Messing w/ my new remote.

 
jmjmotorsport
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Dec 27, 2004 17:47 |  #1

Just a shot of me and my wife messing around w/ my remote I picked up at xmas.. my family knows how to take care of an aspiring photographer. I got another 1GB CF card, monopod, Lowepro Microtrekker bag, spare bp-11 and the remote for xmas. Now I just need an L.. :-D

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Dec 28, 2004 00:23 |  #2

Wow, that is excellent!


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Dec 28, 2004 04:09 |  #3

very nice picture...sounds like you got just want you wanted for Christmas. lots of canon gear. what remote did you purchase? I've got to get me one for my rebel soon.


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Dec 28, 2004 05:53 as a reply to  @ gail's post |  #4

I got the Canon RC-1 infrared remoted.. You can pick it up at b+h for about $25 and it's well worth it.


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Dec 28, 2004 07:04 as a reply to  @ jmjmotorsport's post |  #5

jmjmotorsport wrote:
I got the Canon RC-1 infrared remoted.. You can pick it up at b+h for about $25 and it's well worth it.

Does it work with the 10D?

And do you have a battery grip on your Rebel? Does it fit in your microtrekker bag fine? I had an issue with the 10D plus grip fitting in micro bags, so I had to get an ugly tamrac bag.


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Dec 28, 2004 07:52 as a reply to  @ jO3's post |  #6

This is the description from B+H website at the bottom of this post. I'm guessing it might. It should tell you for sure in your manual that came w/ your camera in the accessories section. And no grip yet.. I'm think it might fit though if I redo the velcro parts in a different orientation than it came. I'll find out when I get in next month.. I need to grab a 50mm 1.8 first.
This is a miniature infrared transmitter, handy for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize vibration for close-ups and time exposure. It operates at ranges up to 16.4 ft./5m, and may be set for either instant shutter release or 2-sec. delay. It may also be used to activate mirror lock and bulb shutter function.
For EOS 10s, Elan/II/IIE & 7/E, Rebel K2, Ti & T2, Digital Rebel and IX series cameras.


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Dec 28, 2004 15:59 as a reply to  @ jmjmotorsport's post |  #7

jmjmotorsport wrote:
I got the Canon RC-1 infrared remoted.. You can pick it up at b+h for about $25 and it's well worth it.

Thanks jmjimotorsport, I will be ordering me one very soon. I'm sure I will love it. I love the Rebel and I need the camera bag also. Should have put that on my Christmas List haha. Being I was a good little girl this year I made have gotten it LOL.


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