07-19-2021 12:56 PM
Welcome to the forum.
Any Canon camera that has a remote shutter release connection can have a remote intervalometer connected. I am not aware of any DSLR/MILC that doesn't have a remote shutter release connection.
Something like this:
07-19-2021 05:36 PM
Thanks for your repy. Some of the newer Canon DSLR and mirrorlessi cameras like the Rebel T7i, T8i, M50, and M6 Mark II don't have a remote port. They use a wireless connection like a smart phone for remote shooting. I have a wired intervalometer that I use with a Canon 6D and a Canon M5, but I was wondering if there is a list of Canon cameras that have a port for a wired intervalometer.
07-19-2021 06:07 PM
The T8i includes a wired remote port. See page 198 of the User Manual. I suspect the other models you listed will be the same.
07-20-2021 04:36 PM
Thanks. Sorry for my mistake about the Canon T8i, T7i and M6 Mark ii. They do have a port. I got my information from a photography website. I should have checked the Canon owner's manuals. The M50 doesn't have a port for a wired remote. For some reason Canon chose not to have one on that model. Maybe because it is their lowest cost current mirrorless model.