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A It does not fit canon 750D
Do you press the start button or the shutter button? You should be pressing the start button. Your number shouldn't be 1. Should be the number of photos you want to take.
By john on April 24, 2018
I use this on my 5D mk3, but I believe the port is standard across all Canon cameras, it may even work on Nikon and Sony.
By Cody Anderson on April 5, 2018
not sure but it does work well though
By DAvid D. on February 6, 2018
I really can't answer the question because I have the several canon 5ds and Sony A. What I do is I look at the picture of the plusin part(in to the camera) and compare it with the camera's hole if it looks right I order it. If I'm wrong I return it(which I have). so the last picture has the plug in for a round hole doe… see more I really can't answer the question because I have the several canon 5ds and Sony A. What I do is I look at the picture of the plusin part(in to the camera) and compare it with the camera's hole if it looks right I order it. If I'm wrong I return it(which I have). so the last picture has the plug in for a round hole does your camera have the same? see less
By Arabella Hawthorne on January 4, 2018
I'm sorry, I don't know the answer to this question...it may work with your mark iii. I have the Canon 7D. You may be able to check with their site (Canon) to see what is compatible with your camera.
By S.Williams on January 2, 2018
friend,It can not be used as a wireless remote shutter release, only the shutter release and timer shutter release, thank you
By Juri Sato on October 6, 2017
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November 27, 2017
This timer/remote/intervalometer works well enough. It is the same design as other China-manufactured remotes being sold under various brand names on . (this is the second one I've owned; the first was Polaroid-branded) What sets this variation apart from some of the others is the inclusion of a 2.5mm TRS (tip/ring/sleeve) jack. This allows the cable to be replaced if it develops a short. It was this scenario that sent my Polaroid remote into the tech recycle bin, as its cable was hardwired. If you buy this item and plan to use it in the field, I would recommend that you keep a spare cable on hand. Compatible cables of various lengths can be found right here on
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