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May 10, 2011 19:34 |  #1

Can anyone recommend a good programmable shutter release that would work with a 60D? Seems there are a million on ebay and not sure what I should get.

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May 10, 2011 22:21 |  #2

This one seems to have good reviews (external link) But what do you mean by programmable?


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May 10, 2011 22:45 |  #3

I use this one: http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …_C_Giga_T_Pro_2​_4GHz.html (external link)

More expensive than some but great interval control, as well as One Shot, Continous and Bulb mode shooting.


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May 11, 2011 13:15 |  #4

I use Canon's TC-80N3 (external link) for time-lapse work on commercial sets and it's never failed me.


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May 12, 2011 08:47 |  #5

Thanks Guys!

Azzkicker: programmable might not have been the word... I just meant so I could set it to take a pick every 30 seconds & stuff like that.


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May 12, 2011 17:57 |  #6

CHillyDoggy wrote in post #12395275 (external link)
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Azzkicker: programmable might not have been the word... I just meant so I could set it to take a pick every 30 seconds & stuff like that.

Intervalometer for 60d. Lots out there. Here's one from Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com …TF8&qid=1305240​954&sr=1-2 (external link)


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May 12, 2011 18:56 |  #7

the Hahnel I linked earlier allows intervals of 1s to 99:59.59, with 1s to 99:59.59 delay in between; not sure what limits the others might have.


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May 15, 2011 01:49 |  #8

i got a $20 intervalometer from linkdelight. works well. looks just like the canon one

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May 15, 2011 14:39 |  #9

I use the Canon Timer Remote for that kinda stuff and love it! Battery NEVER dies too! Its pretty cool.


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May 16, 2011 20:29 |  #10

Thanks Guys! Very helpful.


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