Torisar The wire is only 2 ft. This one is well made, reliable and easy ,anual operate. Handy for taking pictures of subjects that are difficult to approach, or to minimize vibration for close-ups and time exposure. The chief drawback is the tiny cable, which makes this virtually useless for self portraits or anything else that requires you to mannual more than a foot away from your camera. When sufficient exposure is reached, slide the button back to close rde3 shutter. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from This is a must have!

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Something unimportant I would like to mention here is that the cable was wrapped using a small black rubber band instead of the usual wire ties. The instructions, that came with the RSE3 Remote Switch, showed a different location for the remote jack. On the Digital Rebel XT, the jack is located behind the rubber door on the left hand side of the camera.

It works in any mode. When slightly depressing the button, the camera lens in auto-focus the lens will auto-focus and set exposure. Press fully, and the shutter will release. You can also use it with the timer. But you will have to deal with having to wait 10 seconds for the picture to be taken.

There are two ways to achieve this. In fact, you should use this procedure when you use "buLb", "Mirror lockup" and "buLb" with "Mirror lockup". Looking at the LCD, set the shutter speed to "buLb", which is after 30". You will see a red bar indicating that the button is locked down. When there is sufficient exposure, slide the button back, and the shutter will close.

When using "Mirror lockup" Custom Functions, C. Fn-7 , pressing the button fully once will lock up the mirror. Pressing the button again will take the picture. To take photographs with "buLb" and "Mirror lockup", press the button fully once to lock up the mirror. Then press and hold down the button, slide forward to lock the button down, to take the picture.

When sufficient exposure is reached, slide the button back to close the shutter. Easier said than done. There are a couple of slots on both side of the remote to hold the cable in position. Unfortunately, the slots on my remote are too large, or the cable is too small. Originally, I thought that the rubber band used to wrap the cable would hold the cable in the first slot. Not so. Eventually the cable will un-wind itself from the switch.

Just a minor quibble. But using the RC-1 requires changing the "Auto power off" setting on the camera to a longer time slightly using up the battery and having to position the Wireless Remote in front of the camera. Vibration is minimized and, when used with "Mirror lockup", the pictures are exceptionally clear.

For astrophotography, this is probably the ideal accessory to have. Using the RC-1 wireless, you had to put up with the AF assist beam.

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