Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. Timer Remote Controller TCN3 is a remote switch with the following timer control and exposure count control. Buy Canon Remote Switch RSN3 featuring Remote Shutter Release, Minimizes Vibrations Great for Shutter will remain open until you manually release it. Use this remote switch to reduce camera shake when capturing super telephoto, macro and long exposure shots. Compatible with select EOS DLSR cameras.
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Canon A add-on savings. The plug locks onto the camera until you tug on the locking collar; it’s simple and very effective.
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See any cnon on this page? Will not trigger the camera in video mode. If you are in front of your camera it’s great to have, when you shoot from behind the camera it’s not so great I have bumped my camera a few times ruining a shot my carelessness when using the RSN3 Remote Switch I don’t have to get close to close to the camera to release the shutter it’s a good device to switcn So, it’s good for self portraits and test shots but I wanted something that would allow me to still be able to look through the viewfinder behind the camera and line up my mahual and get a picture with no camera shake.
Be the first to review this item. So I bought another.
The retailers I recommend below are the ones I trust for my own purchases. So, even though the RSN3 has a chord it is easier to use then the wireless one.
I don’t like to have potential problems lurking in my camera bag so this really causes me anxiety. I’m thinking of buying the cheaper after-market one as a backup for when this does stop remore.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ben from Too Expensive to be So Cheap This is the second one of these I’ve owned, the first failed because the wiring separated from the top of the switch mechanism.
Missing an N3 rremote, the Rebel series 4xxD models as of this writing are not compatible.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jonnn from very handy I love this remote switch. Thus, I depend solely on the commissions received from you using the links on this site to make any purchase. The build quality is pretty low, canon is making a lot of money on this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from With Canon you get what you pay for!
This feature should certainly be one of the main incentives to choose the Canon-made RSN3 over similarly priced third party alternatives. Please share this page!
Rated 5 out of 5 by natehcp from Sweetness! It is difficult to use while waiting because your arm is held at length.
This ingenious device is a must have if you shoot long exposures. The L-shaped plug however faces degree the wrong way on my 40D, IE the L faces to the front of the camera. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from It works I had ordered temote RC-1 wireless remote first, thinking it would be better because there is not a chord.
They really need to make this cord 5ft long. International orders are processed the next shipping day. It’s virtually the same as the far more canoon TCN3, less the timer.
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The Canon Remote Switch RSN3 is very light but relatively expensive but valuable to own – it is a valuable piece of kit to have. I have had occasional problems using the wireless remote with not being able to get the shutter to close once open mainly due to line of sight. Handy for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize remmote for close-ups and time exposure. Remote Switch RSN3 is rated 4. The switch arrived timely and is doing the job I hoped it would.
It worked like that for a while but then started to intermittently not react to commands. It also has a shutter-release lock. In less than a year the rubber wire attachment at the top of the remote has opened up and exposed the copper wiring underneath.