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Canon 20d Shutter Release


canon 20d shutter release
    shutter release
  • The button on a camera that is pressed to make the shutter open
  • The button you press to take the picture. Often half pressing the Shutter Release activates the autofocus, auto exposure and vibration reduction, and a full press is required to actually take the picture.
  • The mechanism, usually a button on the top of the camera, that activates the shutter to expose the film.
    canon 20d
  • The Canon EOS 20D is an 8.2-megapixel semi-professional digital single-lens reflex camera, initially announced on August 19, 2004 at a recommended retail price of US$1,499. It is the successor of the EOS 10D, and was succeeded by the EOS 30D in August 2006.
canon 20d shutter release - Remote Release
Remote Release Cord for Canon Digital Rebel XT XTi XS XSi 60D or Pentax K10D K100D K20D K200D K-7 and *ist dSLR
Remote Release Cord for Canon Digital Rebel XT XTi XS XSi 60D or Pentax K10D K100D K20D K200D K-7 and *ist dSLR
Remote Shutter Release Cord for Canon EOS Digital Rebel 35D, 300D, 400D, XT, XTi, and XSi.
This same remote can be used with Pentax dSLR models *ist, *istD, K100, K100D, K110D, K200D, K10D, and K20D.

To use, simply plug Remote into your camera's Remote Jack, then turn your camera on. The Remote Switch works just like your shutter button: Press the release button half way and autofocus is activated (shutter release speed and aperture settings are also set). Continue pressing all the way to fire the shutter.

For long exposures (camera set to "Bulb") or continuous shooting, press the release button completely and slide it into Lock Position. Slide back out to release.

Comes with a One Year Manufacturer's Warranty

The Jack Type is a standard 2.5mm. 3 ft, 6 ft, and 12 ft. Extensions are available.

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No Rush Hour
No Rush Hour
(or if only it were this easy to make traffic disappear) Taken from Madison Street bridge this afternoon. stats: 5 minute exposure (damned straight sparky, 5 minutes during the day) f/22 11 mm iso 100 tools used for this: Canon 20d sigma 10-20 tripod shutter release nd1000 + nd 8 (stacked) mp3 player droid + angry birds (I had to kill ten minutes somehow,) a couple of things to think about when trying this 1. the wide angel is bad about vingetting with filters. I take off my UV filter to remove a layer. My nd8 is a slim version, so it has to go on top, but it also reduces vingetting also tend to zoom in a little. Just going from 10 ->11 mm made a huge difference. 2. There is still a little bit of "fuzziness." Its not as clear as I would like. I think I need to clean my filters. 3. Bring something to keep yourself busy when doing long exposures. 4. This is a great way to make people disapear when you have crowds going in and out of your shot (tulip fields, parks, zoos, streets, etc..)
Warp Speed Captain!!!
Warp Speed Captain!!!
The pocket wizards have arrived. At long last i have managed to get my hands on a pair of pocket wizard plus II's i have wanted to do a shot like this for a long time. 20D mounted to rear parcel shelf of one Golf, with pocket wizard attached with shutter release lead set to channel 4, with 2nd pocket wizard in arm rest hold also set to channel 4. I left the camera in AV mode and trusted it, it over exposed but not so much that it couldn't be rescued in PP. Really please with the PWII's more to come, i bought them to get me started in strobe work but as i had them i couldn't resist a shot like this : )

canon 20d shutter release
canon 20d shutter release
"Aputure" Pro Coworker Wireless Remote, RF Radio Shutter Release for Canon EOS 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 7D, 5D, 5D Mark II, 1D, 1Ds Mark II, III, IV, Fully Compatible with Canon RS-80N3
This Wireless RF (Radio Frequency) Shutter Release Kit enables you to release the shutter in both wireless and wired modes. The system produces a coded radio signal that works indoors, outdoors, around corners even through walls. It has an effective working range of up to 100 ft. RF Kit also provides 16 multi-coded channels, giving the photographer plenty of combinations to work with, without jamming the frequency. To use the RF kit wireless, simply attach the receiver (Blue LED Indicator will blink to indicate receiver is on) to the camera, then use the transmitter to trigger the shutter release. Using the RF kit wired is easily done by attaching the receiver onto the camera, then press the shutter release button located on the receiver. The cord on the receiver is approx. 3ft in length, allowing for ample mobility for photographer positioning. In both wired and wireless modes, press the shutter release halfway to activate auto focus (Red LED indicator will come on to confirm on receiver), then press button fully to take a picture. High quality and durable design make this Wireless RF Shutter Release Kit stand out amongst the competition of inexpensive and mediocre kits. The receiver can be conveniently mounted on top of your camera (You don't have to, if you need to mount the flash)

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