Canon RC-6 User's Manual

Canon Universal Remote User's Manual - RC-6.
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Replaces Canon RC-1/RC-3/RC-5/RC-6 Infrared Remote Control 


Your ProMaster Remote Control features a POWER SAVE mode. Please observe the following to ensure 

proper operation: 

1.  After initially installing the battery or changing the battery, press and hold the shutter release 

button for at least 2 seconds to activate the remote. 

2.  The remote will enter the POWER SAVE mode after 8 minutes of inactivity. To wake the remote 

from the POWER SAVE mode and activate it for use, press and hold the shutter release button for 

at least 2 seconds.



To use the ProMaster Infrared Remote Control for Canon 


Upper Controls of Remote  (For SLR Camera) 

S button for camera instant shutter. 

2S button for 2seconds delay shutter. 

Lower Controls of Remote(For PowerShot Camera) 

S button for camera instant shutter. 

W/T controls Canon PowerShot zoom 

1.  Before using the remote for the first time, install the CR2025 battery (included). 

2.  Mount the camera on a tripod (recommended) or place the camera on a stable, level surface.   

3.  Set your camera for delayed remote or quick response remote per the instructions provided with 

your camera.   

4.  Aim the remote control at the infrared receiver on the camera (usually within +/- 20 degree of the 

lens axis, from the left to the right and from the top to the bottom) and press the shutter-release 

button on the remote control. When using the remote outdoors, make sure that the subject is not 

backlit and that the line of site between the transmitter and the infrared receiver is not blocked by 

the lens or other obstacles. 

5.  How the camera focuses and shoots depends upon the options selected for your camera. For 

further information, check your camera's instruction manual.   

6.  Infrared cannot be seen by human eyes so you will see no visible light from the LED on the front 

of the remote control during operation. 



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