07-02-2019 01:51 PM
07-02-2019 03:30 PM
You will need a Canon TC-80N3 Timer/Remote Controller for this function with your 80D. Or you could probably find a third party device that MAY meet your needs for less than the Canon product.
I have owned my TC-80N since I bought it with my 1D M2 back in 2005 and it has worked well.
07-02-2019 06:08 PM
" I could put it on a tripod and have it set to take 30 second exposures 10 straight times..."
I had a T2i way back there and was not aware it could do that! Ya learn somptin' every day it seems.
07-02-2019 07:46 PM
... page from 80D Instruction Manual
the 80D appears to have interval shooting.
07-02-2019 08:11 PM
Not the same as OP had with T2i, but a more useful feature. I would assume that initial shot could be actuated via 80D self timer.
07-03-2019 05:34 PM - edited 07-03-2019 05:35 PM
Not the same as OP had with T2i, but a more useful feature.
I would assume that initial shot could be actuated via 80D self timer.
Yes, it works with the interval timer. I just tested with the 2 second timer taking shots every 3 seconds. Total shots was 3.
I suppose one would need to be careful to when using the delay timer. The interval needs to always be longer than the shutter delay timer. When I increased the shutter delay to 10 seconds, all I got was one exposure! The interval timer should have captured 3 shots over the course of 9 seconds! Again, the camera captured only one exposure in this scenario.
Back to the first scenario, with shutter delay set for 2 seconds and the interval set for 3 seconds. The shots were captured 3 seconds apart. Hmm. Does that mean that I created a custom shutter delay?
07-03-2019 05:43 PM
So self timer is applied to each shot?
Good question. It seems that the longer interval may take priority over the shorter interval.