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Canon RS-80N3 Remote Switch for N3 (3-pin)

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About Canon RS-80N3

Remote switch with an 2.6ft./80cm cord to prevent camera shake for super telephoto shots, macrophotography, and bulb exposures. The Remote Switch works just like a shutter button, enabling halfway or complete pressing. It also has a shutter- release lock. Its quick-lock plug connects to the N-3 type remote control socket on many EOS Bodies. Weight: 1.9 oz./53.8 g Compatible with the following cameras
• EOS 10D
• EOS 1D Mark II N
• EOS 1V
• EOS 20D
• EOS 10D
• EOS 20Da
• EOS 3
• EOS 30D
• EOS 40D
• EOS 50D
• EOS 5D
• EOS 5D Mark II
• EOS 5D Mark III
• EOS 6D Body
• EOS 70D EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Kit
• EOS 7D Body
• EOS D30
• EOS D60
• EOS-1D
• EOS-1D MARK II
• EOS-1D Mark III
• EOS-1D Mark IV
• EOS-1D X
• EOS-1Ds
• EOS-1Ds Mark II
• EOS-1Ds Mark III

The Canon RS-80N3 is commonly used for Everyday, Everyday use, Home, Landscape photography, Macro photography, Portraits, Studio, Travel and more.The Canon RS-80N3 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Professional, Semi-professional among others.The Canon RS-80N3 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon RS-80N3: Durable, Easy to use, Improves function, Lightweight and Reliable

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4.5

(based on 90 reviews)

87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

the better choice

I had an off-brand version of this and it worked OK for about 3 months. Then (the off-brand) started accepting only the half press to focus but not the full press for shutter release. The Canon version is working very well although I have not had it as long as the off-brand version yet. The construction of the Canon is better. Better cable, better connection point. I do find that I mistakenly tend to slip the button into the forward, locked, position if not careful. That results in mult...

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I had an off-brand version of this and it worked OK for about 3 months. Then (the off-brand) started accepting only the half press to focus but not the full press for shutter release. The Canon version is working very well although I have not had it as long as the off-brand version yet. The construction of the Canon is better. Better cable, better connection point. I do find that I mistakenly tend to slip the button into the forward, locked, position if not careful. That results in multiple exposures being fired until you figure out what you are doing wrong and slip the button back to unlocked. Another minor point is that the cable connects at a right angle such that the cable itself points forward toward the lens. This would be a good direction if you are standing in front of the camera to photograph yourself. Most of the time I am behind the camera and I want the cable coming back towards me. Not a big problem though. One other item is that it doesn't have a built in clip or other method to help attach it to a strap, the camera, or whatever else when you aren't using it. This means that it tends to dangle a lot and might put added stress on the connection point. I could probably rig something up that would let me clip it onto whatever else is in the vicinity. Overall, it seems to be very good, and probably a good idea to get this rather than an off brand.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

USELESS !!!!!

Thi is about useless item I have ever seen!! What are you going to do with a 2 ft cord? If your shooting Dad & Mom and kids, you need to work from camera to kids, and 2 or 3 feet won't cut it 10 feet yes 2 feet NO. Maybe you could cut it and make a bolo tie for photographers.

Reviewed by 90 customers

 
5.0

Beautiful

By

Great product. I prefer the corded releases so I can get behind the camera or off to the side and this is perfect!

 
5.0

Canon RS-80N3 Remote Switch

By

I got this for my Canon 7d it is great it has a longer cord the the cabel release for my T3i. Great product.

 
5.0

A great, necessary product!

By

This Canon Remote Switch is essential for taking my HDR and extreme close-up photos. I can't be without it.

 
5.0

Bought It Used - Looks Like New

By

I bought this remote switch used and you can not tell the difference from a new one. Adorama's E+ rating is a true representation of the actual condition of a previously used unit and that is why I continue to do business with Adorama, because they can be trusted

 
5.0

Secure Connection

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I had been using a 3rd Party remote, but was continually frustrated by losing the connection. Anytime I removed the camera from the tripod mount to relocate, or sometimes without apparent reason the connection would loosen to the point that it was not operating...even if it seemed to still be in place. The Canon model does NOT come loose. And, if for no other reason, that would be enough of a difference to choose this unit. In all aspects, it performs as I expect. I would definitely recommend this unit!

 
5.0

A Necessary Gadget 4 Slow Shutter Speeds

By

I've only used this new gadget a few times, but thus far it has lived up to my expectations.

 
5.0

I would buy this product again

By

Works as expected.

 
4.0

Simple and get the job done

By

Great remote! Simple and easy to use, just that the cord is too short.

 
4.0

Just works

By

What more do you need to know? It works! Just buy it.

 
5.0

Perfect

By

I paid more to get the Canon version as opposed to less expensive remotes available on the Internet. As expected, the Canon remote is well made and works flawlessly.

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Questions about this item:

Robert v  I am interested i time lapse . will this be like an intervalometer?
DONALD G  No, this device simply allows you to operate the shutter while the camera is on tripod without touching the camera to avoid any shake. The device works great on my 6D. However, for time lapse, you will want the Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 if you are shooting Canon DSLRs.
Robert v  Hi I am looking for an intervelometer for my Canon 5DMII
patjoyeria p  This product is fot CANON 40D? Thanks
RON D  Yes, 40D, 50D, 7D, 5DMK11 as well. The only Canon cameras it won't work on is for the Rebel series.
patjoyeria p  Thank you Ron
patjoyeria p  This product is fot CANON 40D? Thanks
RON D  Yes, 40D, 50D, 7D, 5DMK11 as well. The only Canon cameras it won't work on is for the Rebel series.
patjoyeria p  Thank you Ron
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