You are now on the waiting list, please check your inbox for the confirmation email. The Aputure Digital Timer Remote is a professional grade time designed for precise control over scheduled shutter release, exposure length, frequency and many more functions. It provides delayed shutter release to the second, intermittent release, time exposure and continuous shooting to preset limits. The time can be preset from 1 second to 99 hours. Settings are viewed on an LCD screen.
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The release button can be pressed halfway for auto focusing and exposure reading then fully to trigger the shutter. When pressed fully it may be slid forward in the lock position for user timed long exposure shooting. In lock position like with most remote releases a red dot appears. The Aputure AP-TR3C can also be used as a simple, wired remote shutter release, with no timer functions active, even without a battery.
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One box fits all minimizes costs. However the controller was meticulously packed in a hard pre-cut foam enclosure and was accompanied by a very detailed and illustrated manual in fair English and Chinese.
Various modes can be combined. This disables all other buttons and dial. The hold function is canceled by pressing the button for 3" again. Release Lock provided. Can be used to release the shutter even during self timer or interval timer operations.
Icons for self-timer, interval timer, long exposure timer and exposure count setting. Time and exposure count and low battery warning. The Timer Remote Controller is lightweight and can be set with one hand.
All buttons follow the TCN3 layout reachable with the thumb unfortunately only for right handed persons. Further down is the manual shutter release button, while the a Jog Dial is placed on the side. The Jog Dial found in a recess on the side has a dual function. When pressed it selects between the seconds, minutes, hours reading and to confirm settings, while when rotated it changes the value of the selected reading from or respectively.
The LCD display is populated with Icons for self-timer, interval timer, long exposure timer and exposure count setting. When a specific function is active the relevant icon is blinking and the respective timer enters countdown.
Further there are icons for Hold and low battery warning not shown above. Finally the back side is again identical to the OEM product in all detail. Even the recess which is used as a repository for the remote socket cap found on earlier EOS 1 series cameras. However, the plug is totally made of plastic lacking Canon's metal jacket with the indentations that clip on the camera socket. That's actually the major qualitative difference between the original and the clone.
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