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06/23/2004 10:19:31 PM · #1
Like the cheap alternatives for the 300D, is there one for the 10D?

E.g. some people use mobile phone accessories, etc.. to get the same effect as the real shutter release cable.
06/23/2004 10:35:59 PM · #2
I paid $130 for mine :) (TC-80N3)

Message edited by author 2004-06-23 22:36:14.
06/23/2004 10:43:22 PM · #3
The TC-80N3 is great, well worth the $130.

Greg
06/23/2004 10:46:42 PM · #4
Originally posted by Gordon:

I paid $130 for mine :) (TC-80N3)


Whoa! Gold plated?
06/23/2004 10:49:11 PM · #5
Wow some very nice features for the price, but how often do you use them?
06/23/2004 11:11:12 PM · #6
Originally posted by garrywhite2:

Wow some very nice features for the price, but how often do you use them?


I use mine often, actually just used it tonight.

I also use it when I am doing macro shots and for my astrophotography.

I only paid $129 for mine @ B&H

James
06/23/2004 11:40:40 PM · #7
Anyone that has used the TC-80N3, have you used a custom, or cheaper model?

Any thought on the benefits of this more expensive model?
06/23/2004 11:42:54 PM · #8
I've used the multishot mode several times.

I certainly have used the variable delay exposure on occasion.

I also use the long exposure timer option quite a lot.

A lot of the time I just use it as a cable release for mirror lock up/ shutter release on macro work, but I've used the other features on occasion, including for one winning DPC shot.
06/23/2004 11:45:15 PM · #9
That's odd. I paid CDN $ 90, which is US $ 69, for the TC-80N3.

Message edited by author 2004-06-23 23:46:35.
06/23/2004 11:53:01 PM · #10
Originally posted by zeuszen:

That's odd. I paid CDN $ 90, which is US $ 69, for the TC-80N3.


Sure that isn't an RS-80N3 ? (just the remote switch, without the timer functions that is about $50 in the US) If not, you got a good deal :)

Message edited by author 2004-06-23 23:53:15.
06/23/2004 11:56:53 PM · #11
Originally posted by Gordon:

Originally posted by zeuszen:

That's odd. I paid CDN $ 90, which is US $ 69, for the TC-80N3.


Sure that isn't an RS-80N3 ? (just the remote switch, without the timer functions that is about $50 in the US) If not, you got a good deal :)


Ah yes, it sure is the RS. Senility, folks. Where are my glasses?
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