The Canon TC-80N3 Timer Remote Control is a remote switch with a 2.6' (80cm) cord and a self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure-count setting feature. The timer can be set anywhere from 1 second to 99 hours, 59 minutes, or 59 seconds. A dial enables you to easily enter the numeric settings with a single thumb. The LCD panel can also be illuminated. The rear of the controller has a hole to keep the EOS-3's remote control socket cap.
- Remote Shutter Release
- Functions as an Intervalometer
- Interval Timer
Canon TC-80N3 Overview
Canon TC-80N3 Specs
Canon 3-Pin (N3)
|Mobile App Compatible|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
9.2 x 3.25 x 2"
Canon TC-80N3 Reviews
Makes Night Photography Much Easier
I have had one of these for about 15 years. It still works great. I decided to run two cameras so I needed a second one. It has been out of stock for about 6 months, it is worth the wait. The only suggestion I would recommend is put glow in the dark tape near the buttons. I have a larger piece of tape one on the start/stop button so I can easily find it. I have already marked my new remote timer.
Works as expected
Needed a remote controller that was more robust that using iPad. This gives me the needed flexibility
Does the job.
Intuitive and easy to use. If you prefer a wired connection this is the one to get.
Reliable, solid build quality
I've gone through more no-name intervalometers than I care to recount but the Canon TC-80N3 is a solid and reliable choice for Canon DSLRs. It's easy to use in the field once you learn what and where to access all its functions. The only two design changes I would make are a larger Start/Stop button and an on/off switch. The latter request isn't a big deal, as this device draws so little current, it will literally stay charged several seconds after you remove the coin cell battery. Nevertheless, I wish I could simply switch the unit off rather than taking the battery out of its compartment, but leaving it in is an option, as the battery won't burn out for years!
I use this with a 1DX MKii. It allows extra options for shutter release or extra shutter operations. The instructions were slightly vague but after using the device for a couple hours the instructions make sense once you understand the logic. After using this for a day you don't need the book any more as operation is obvious. One nitpick is there is no on/off switch. Once you install the battery the device stays on. I contacted Canon tech support about this and they said the power draw is minimum from the lcd display. I purchased an extra battery ($2) anyway so I'll see how long battery life is. Unit appears well made and has the features I was looking for.
Very good but lack of functionalities. Price is very high !!
Works, but there is no On / Off switch!
Works like a charm. Easy to set up and use. Needs the RA-E3 Remote Controller adapter I'd your cameras has an RCA type input. Use the intervalometer for Astro photography. I traded up from an older Polaroid that was no longer compatible with my new Canon 90D. There are less expensive (and presumably cheaper) knockoffs/private labels out there butCanon is a great company and stands behind their products! Worth the price. Bhphoto are great to work with! Superb service.
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