more about the TB3. See product in detail page
Note about lead times: While the TB3 Black
is listed as "In Stock", lead-time from order to ship date is 2-3
Pick the right camera cable. See Camera
Shutter Cable page here for details.
The TB3 no longer comes with a carrying case by
default (some people didn't want or need one). We have reduced the
price by $50 to accommodate this change. You can add
one if you like!
From Tamara Gabriel of Cheltenham, United Kingdom on 3/30/2015.
I've only had the TB3 Black for a couple of weeks now, but I've had a chance to have a good play with it, I have to say that I absolutely love it! It's easy to use, oh and did I mention, fun! If you're going to do any sort of timelapse, I would recommend this 100% - it will transform your static timelapses into something that has a very cool cinematic effect.
Easy to use and reliable!
From conwaywong of Hong Kong, Hong Kong on 3/22/2015.
TB3 relatively light and easy to setup device. Highly recommend for timelapse. It would be even better if can somehow cancel the sequence after start of the timelapse without unplug the battery cable and startover to set up from the step one. ^^
From Stefan Sarmabozhov of Sofia, Bulgaria on 11/4/2014.
Fantastic product! Great quality of its price!Light weight, easy to setup and operate. Simply awesome! :)
From Michael Montesa of Gilbert, Arizona on 11/4/2014.
This thing is the best thing ever...
Easy to use and reliable
From Colin of Burlingame, California on 11/3/2014.
I can't find anything wrong with the TB3. Compared to the competition it's lighter and much quicker to setup. I needed something I could bring backpacking and this is the only device I could find that does 3-axis motion control without being too heavy or overly complicated. The build quality is amazing for the price you pay.
From Ross McDonald of London, United Kingdom on 9/29/2014.
Just returned from a thoroughly enjoyable timelapse shoot in beautiful Scotland and have loved using this product! It's extremely precise and very reliable, and on top of that it's also very simple to use. What more could you ask for!? Thanks eMotimo!!!
From Bruce Silverstein of SEattle, Washington on 8/31/2014.
I have started using the TB-3. It was easy to learn how to use and set up. So far the results have been great. Also had a defective cable. Called e-Motimo and no questions asked they replaced it and sent it priority mail. Would highly recommend them.
Makes life easy!
From Anonymous of San Jose , California on 8/28/2014.
I was looking at a few different solutions to up my game in time lapse photography. After narrowing it down to two solutions, I chose to go with the TB3. No matter who or what group I'd ask (Facebook Time Lapse groups) everyone would rave about how good the TB3 was and the ease of use. It really made my chose easy and this thing is a dream to use.
From Anonymous of Sedro Woolley, Washington on 7/27/2014.
This is the best motion control device on the market. So easy to use and set up yet powerful enough for complex movement and third party add-on support.
Outstanding timelapse tool
From Morten Berg of Oslo, Norway on 6/22/2014.
During the past years, I have tried a lot of time lapse equipment. Emotimo TB3 is by far the easiest and user friendly tool I've ever purchased. Planning a pan or tilt with other motion controls I have used in the past were rather complicated and time consuming- with the TB3, it just takes a few minutes. Another advantage with the TB3 is the low weight, which makes it easy to carry if you are hiking. Highly recommended!
1/19/2015 – I am into giga pixel panoramas using a Sony A77 (APS-C) with the 70-400mm lens at 400mm. This means I have an effective FOV . . .
Response From eMotimo: David, Great question and really where the TB3's precision comes in to play. Our minimum amount of movement is less than 1/100th of a degree so you aren't hitting any precision limits yet.Best regards,Brian and the eMotimo team
12/5/2014 – hello wich cable should i get in order to operate with a rebel eos t5i camera?
Response From eMotimo: Grab the CL-E3 for your T5i. This cable works with all Rebel models. It looks like a small, round stereo connector on the side of your camera.
11/8/2014 – Just a silly question, but... if I buy the TB3, ... are there any motors in already, or do I have to buy those separately . . .
Response From eMotimo: No silly questions. Glad you asked. The TB3 is at its core, is a 3 axis controller with panning and tilting built it. So to be clear, the TB3 already has the pan and the tilt motors in it. You only need another motor to add a slider or other device that plugs into our powered third axis port.
12/2/2013 – Hello. In case I replace the Dynamic Perception motor for yours would I still need the DP MX controller? When using one of . . .
Response From eMotimo: Great Questions. Here is how it works. When using our motors (steppers) the DP MX controllers are not part of the system. You program the slide just like the pan and tilt setting start and endpoints. Yes, with this programming, three axis motion is not only possible but really easy to set up. The TB3 has a built in intervalometer to time the movement - use it so that you can time your shooting with the motion (in most cases we want your camera still for the entire exposure).
11/13/2013 – Will the TB3 work with Dynamic Perception stepper motors? Is there an adapter available.
Response From eMotimo: The TB3 will not work with Dynamic Perceptions motors. The TB3 uses 4-wire, geared stepper motors for their repeatable accuracy. Dynamic Perceptions uses 2-wire, DC motors. There is no adapter to make DC motors compatible with the TB3.
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