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Nikon 25395 MC-DC2 Remote Release Cord (1 Meter)
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- Wired remote for Nikon D90 and D5000 digital SLR cameras
- Replicates functions of the camera's shutter button
- Offers immediate shutter release and shutter lock for long exposures
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|Item Dimensions||2.6 x 4.41 x 1.56 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.18 pounds|
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Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Release Cord for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras
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i.) Use the timer in your camera
ii.) Use a wireless remote device
iii.)Use a wired remote device
The main reason of avoiding pressing the shutter button of your camera is to reduce/prevent camera shake/vibration.
Of the three options above, let me break it down to why this wired remote is the best of them all: -
1.) It is much more reliable than a wireless remoted. I have a wireless one but if the angle is not right, you can't also get the trigger. The wireless requires battery to function and sometime, the battery is drained when you needed it the most. The power source of this device is from your camera.
2.) It is compact and light. It will fit nicely in a pocket of your camera bag or your clothing.
3.) It is very easy to use. The connector goes to a specific slot in the D90. Basically, "plug and play".
4.) It is very versatile. If you press the button once, you got a single shot; if you hold it down, you can get a burst.
5.) It has a "lock" feature that allows you to use the bulb setting in your camera for exposure longer than 30 seconds. Otherwise, you could equally use the timer in your camera to reduce camera shake.
6.) It is reasonably priced and doesn't cause you an arm and a leg.
Also great for locking down the shutter, for continuous shot, long exposure / time lapse videos. Which is one reason why I bought this to begin with. Overall I'm very pleased with this accessory. Works great on a Nikon D5300.
This Nikon variant is much better in how it's made.
I decided to spend more money on the next release and bought the Nikon unit, for six times as much money but it's worth it if it works right? Well it is to me anyway. When I got the unit I was surprised that it was smaller in all dimensions than the Opteka unit I had before. the cord was smaller in diameter. The plug also fits into the camera much better than the Opteka unit did. It works fine. I'm looking forward to more Stellar photography with it this year. Is this unit worth $24.95? Sure it is if it works like it's supposed to and doesn't give me constant headaches like the Opteka unit did. It's a camera accessory for a high end digital SLR so yeah it will be a little bit expensive but it's within my meager budget. Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes I already did.