: Canon TCN3 Timer Remote Controller for EOS 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 7D, 6D, 5D, 1D, 1Ds, D30, D60, 1V & 3 SLR Cameras: Camera. Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. Timer Remote Controller TCN3 is a remote switch with the following timer control and exposure count control. The TCN3 is the most advanced cable remote control available for any EOS camera. For remote 80cm cable; Long exposures; Self-timer; Interval timer.

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For videographers, the single best feature is undoubtedly the intervalometer, which allows you to capture variably timed single shot sequences that can be pieced together rmote make a time-lapse video. Free Standard Shipping auxbfbarxsbdevzbxtbrcauatar. With this you can control: The Canon TC80N3 just works out of the box, and takes photos flawlessly. This instant release button is always available and can be slid forward while depressed to lock in the depressed state called “running lock” which hold the shutter reomte if the camera is in Bulb mode.

I’ll have to return it. The cord length is 2. This Canon TCN3 is ready to use! Photograph the moon’s phases over time or anything with a cycle time.

Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 Review

Set up a giveaway. The TCN3 and RSN3 have the same release button they even appear to share the same parts that features the same half and full press shutter release as found on the camera. Sadly it is much larger than it needs to be, far too expensive and it has no way of shutting it off.


If you need this device’s features, you should be happy with it. Page 1 of acnon Start over Page 1 of 1. You have to take the battery out each time for it to turn off.

A battery icon will show when battery is low and will blink when the battery is very low.

For controlller, a 2 second self timer can start a long exposure or other programmed function. It’s something I take with my camera every time. Write a customer review. Canon’s mid and high end cameras have one.

Canon Timer Remote Controller TCN3 Review

Canon Sales told me that this would work with an 80D. I am grateful for your support! On the last one, Tier actually taped the connection to the remote as soon as I took it out of the box to prevent this from happening. This remote release cohtroller no smart phone, tablet or other computer to make it work.

It is against the law. It has happened to all 3 of my TCN3’s that I have owned. For me, I have finally had it and will be buying the knockoffs.

The rear of the controller has a hole to keep the EOS-3’s remote control socket cap. I used it to take some timed exposures last night and you can set the duration, hit start and then walk ti,er because the timer will turn it off at the time set instead of you having to stop the exposure.


The buttons can be operated with a single thumb. Self-Timer Interval Timer Long Exposure Control Exposure Ttimer Control Use the Self-Timer function to delay the start of an exposure for a specific length of time — from 1 second to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds.

Rated 3 out of 5 by Hogie from Function Yes. The TCN3’s single CR battery is rated for about 3 years of life and I have 9 years on one of my lightly used ones. If this basic functionality is all you need from a remote release and you camera does not support the awesome little Canon RC-6 Wireless Remote Releasethe less expensive Canon Remote Switch RSN3 is the more affordable option for you.

If you don’t need the special functions, basic cable releases are available for significantly less, from both Canon and third-party suppliers. The interval time period is started with the beginning of each exposure.