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Recent Customer Reviews in Memory Cards

  • Feb 29, 2012

    joepatgolf69  from clarkston, washington, Rating:5.0

    Very satisfied with the product and the prompt service. Pleased with the service.

  • Mar 25, 2010

    schur  from Texas, Rating:5.0

    Not only was this a great buy, it allows me to have the space to take videos with my camera, and still have room for the pictures. I can copy it all to my hard drive on my computer or put on a disk, and start over, and never worry about running out of space.

  • Product is clearly described as aftermarket

    Nov 12, 2012

    nocknock57  from CA, Rating:4.0

    Several people have commented that they didn't realize that this was not a Canon product. The Description says "Remote Cord FOR Canon", it does not say "Canon Remote". The product description also clearly lists the manufacturer. Always read the descriptions carefully. That being said, this product is clearly described as aftermarket.

  • Works as advertised

    Dec 2, 2011

    clem99  from West Chester, PA, Rating:5.0

    Worked exactly as advertised. I have a Canon Rebel XS (1000D) and wanted this for some long exposures at night. For the most part, it works exactly like the shutter release on the top of the camera. Half click will focus, fully press the button to start the exposure. For long exposures, set the camera to manual mode, set your shutter speed to "bulb" and press the button and slide it to lock. The camera display will provide a running time of how many seconds the shutter is open. Slide it back out of lock to release it. You may need to experiment with several shots to get the exposure time the time that works best. One thing to keep in mind: I needed the long exposure because I wanted low ISO and and very stopped down aperature (f/16 or more for long DOF). When you do this with a city scene at night, any street lights will highlight the tiniest dust specs on the lens. So make sure your lens and filter is clean before you start this process.

  • Jan 9, 2011

    bob183  from New York, NY, Rating:5.0

    Used this device with my Canon T2i. Works beautifully. Easy to use. Worth it's weight in gold. Quick delivery. Thanks Overstock!!!

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