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JJC MA-J Remote Shutter Release for Olympus STYLUS 1 SH-1 OM-D E-M5 II E-M10 E-M1 E-M5 (Black)
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- Two stage release button: halfway pressing for auto focus
- Lock the button for long exposures or continuous shooting
- Prevents the camera from shaking
- Standard Length: 90cm
- Compatible with remote switch model: Olympus STYLUS 1 SH-1 OM-D E-M5 II E-M10 E-M1 E-M5 E-P5 E-PL2 XZ-1 SP-590 UZ E450 E620 E600 E-P1 E-P2
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JJC MA-J Remote Switch shutter Release, replaces Olympus RM-UC1. Compatible with remote switch model: Olympus STYLUS 1 SH-1 OM-D E-M5 II E-M10 E-M1 E-M5 E-P5 E-PL2 XZ-1 SP-590 UZ E450 E620 E600 E-P1 E-P2
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The bad: As others have noted, the metal housing over the plug pulls out and stays in the camera. The plug fit is too tight into the camera. It took a pair of pliers to pull the stuck housing out of the camera. The problem appears to be the way the housing is attached in the molding; it appears to be pushed into the molding rather than having the molding applied around it with flanges to hold it secured.
The ugly: For $7, it is not worth returning so I took the pliers to the housing. I bent the two tabs on the top and bottom about 30-degrees and forced the housing back in. I then took my trusty pliers and gently squeezed the metal housing to try and make it a tiny bit smaller. It now seems to insert and remove easier and the housing is staying attached - at least for the moment. Try the above at your own risk, results may vary.
At almost 1/8 the cost of the name brand accessory, you can buy three or four and keep a couple of spares around.