The camera is compatible with Remote Switch RSE3 (sold separately). Remote switch with a 60 cm/ feet cord for pressing the shutter button halfway or. The Canon RSE3 Remote Switch is a compact wired remote switch with a ‘/ m cable which replicates all functions of the camera’s shutter release. Canon’s RSE3 Remote Switch is about the size of a flattened AA battery. The instructions, that came with the RSE3 Remote Switch.
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This remote is lightweight, and I like that because occasionnaly I let it hang on the camera. On the Digital Rebel XT, the jack is located behind the rubber door on the left hand side of the camera.
Contact Us Canon Customer Care 13 13 Rated 4 out of 5 by Rennisk from Must have gadget for Tripod shooting As I have been starting to use slower shutter speeds and a tripod for stability, I found the remote shutter release an essential tool.
Something unimportant I would like to mention here is that the cable was wrapped using a small black rubber band instead of manjal usual wire ties.
How to use the RS-60E3 with the EOS Digital Rebel XS.
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An 60cm remote release for EOS cameras featuring an E3-type socket. Pressing the button again will take the picture. To take photographs with “buLb” and ccanon lockup”, press the button fully once to lock up the mirror. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from This is a must have! Choose your country Australia New Zealand.
Canon RS-60E3 Remote Switch
In fact, you should use this procedure when you use “buLb”, “Mirror lockup” and “buLb” with “Mirror lockup”. Handy for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize vibration for close-ups and time mamual. It works in any mode. In any shooting mode timing of the picture is very important: Took a trip to a local electronics shop and got 2 jack adapters and a 16 ft. RSE3 Remote Switch is rated 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Does a good job –good design Light weight remote with the same features as the camera’s rs–60e3 switch.
See any errors on this page? This allows you to view the whole scene and anticipate the right moment to pull the trigger. It’s affordable and almost a non-brainer. Two-stage control button behaves in the same way as your camera’s shutter release, activating AF on a half-press. You are no longer behind the camera waiting and getting tired but beside the camera. This was primarily user error but product could have been designed in such a way to make release lock more of a positive motion instead of one that could be triggered accidently.
Continue shopping Proceed to cart. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. I like to shoot lunar images as well as storms with lightening and the remote switch with a tripod mounted camera is absolutely essential. Push the button halfway to focus and all the way to shoot.
Canon WS Wrist Strap. Manua, there is sufficient exposure, slide the button back, and the shutter will close. You can also use it with the timer. Subscribe Please send me special offers, promotions and product news from Canon. The chief drawback is the tiny cable, which makes this virtually useless for self portraits or anything else that requires you to be more than a foot away from your camera.
Please enter email address: Product has been added to cart. Cahon suppose I could have found one with a longer cord, but whatever. Stay Connected with Canon. Rated 4 out of 5 by Yonk from Lead too short I bought this specifically to get Hummingbird shots. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
Canon RSE3 Remote Switch Review
Its as if you pressed the shutter release. Then press and hold down the button, slide forward to lock the button down, to take the picture.
Rated 3 out of 5 by K. Though, the cable could be a little longer. Adding to cart… Error. Vibration is minimized and, when used with “Mirror lockup”, the pictures are exceptionally clear. Not to have two, but to have one. Hide All Show All.