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RFN-4s Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Nikon DSLR with MC30 Type connection (Nikon D200, D300, D300s, D500, D700, D800, D800E, D810, D1, D2, D3, D3x, D3s, D4, D5) - Transmitter and Receiver Set

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  • Compact Wireless Remote Control Shutter Release for Professional Nikon Cameras
  • Maximum range of 320 feet or 100 meters.
  • 16 selectable channels in 2.4GHz operating frequency.
  • Bulb mode function.
  • Transmitter conveniently uses AAA battery.
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Product Description

o RFN-4s is the next generation of SMDV's reliable shutter releases for Nikon.
o The new RFN-4s is even better than the previous versions.

Key features:
o Maximum range of 320 feet (100 meters).
o 16 user selectable channels.
o 2.4GHz operating frequency.
o Transmitter unit conveniently uses readily available AAA battery.
o Receiver unit is powered by the camera.
o Fully supports Bulb shooting mode.
o Works with Nikon D5, D4s, D4, D3x, D3s, D3, D800, D800E, D810, D700, D500, D300, D300s, D200, D100, D2, D2x, D2Hs, D2H, D1H, D1.
o Uses Nikon MC30 connector. (ML-3 replacement)

PLEASE NOTE: The receiver may lean to one side and may not be perfectly perpendicular to the ground when mounted on the camera. According to the manufacturer, this is the case with Nikon models after D200 and D300, because Nikon rotated the port slightly.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 10 x 7 x 3 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B005PCDSBQ
Item model number RFN-4s
Batteries Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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4.6 out of 5 stars 376 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Digital Camera Accessories > Shutter Release Cords
Date first available at Amazon.com September 25, 2011

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Very nice. Used others in past and were cheaply made with so many different settings, was confusing as well as using non standard batteries. This is just right size, uses AAA battery and literally works just like the camera shutter release with half press to focus, full press to trigger shutter. Nice sliding cover to prevent accidental use when in pocket. Really nice that antenna gets its power from camera so it has no battery. No line of sight needed, can trigger from behind camera or in another room.
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I have wanted something like this since I bought my first Nikon 10 years ago. I have a wireless remote but it hangs from the 10-pin connector. The tiny receiver plugs directly into the 10-pin connector. I have a D3 and the antenna does stick up a tiny bit over the viewfinder but I can still put in in my bag without any problems and without dealing with 3 feet of cable.

The button on the remote works exactly like your shutter release. A half press focuses (unless you are using the AF-ON button) and a full press fires the shutter. Even mirror lockup mode works like normal. Continuous high/low also work normally. All this does is make your shutter button wireless.

The receiver draws power from the camera so there's no battery to deal with and the the transmitter uses a single AAA alkaline battery. The bulb function is a nice touch so I don't have to keep the button pressed for long exposures. The lights on the front are pretty bright. You can definitely tell when the shutter is being fired.

The small lanyard is nice for keeping the remote at hand. I'm not sure if I will use it or not when actually shooting but it's good to have the option.

Minor gripes:
1) It would be nice if the dip switches on the receiver were covered but this is a cosmetic issue
2) I would LOVE it if there was a 10-pin passthrough so I could also plug in my GPS unit

Overall, a fantastic wireless remote. Highly recommended.

Update 9/16/2012:
I managed to break the antenna off last weekend while out shooting. I *think* it got snagged in my camera strap while on my tripod and that's what broke it. It still works fine - there is a small wire which is the actual antenna - but it looks terrible mounted on my D3 :(.
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I picked this up for my Nikon D700. Though the Nikon wired shutter release cables do the job, I just hate having to put it on and take it off each time I take my camera out of my pack and back in. Beside, who wants to be tethered with an actual cable these days?

I was first impressed by the great packaging and presentation. Setting it up and installing it was simply a matter of unpacking everything, putting a battery (included) into the transmitter and then attaching the receiver to the camera. The receiver fits perfectly and securely and is nice and small. You can auto-focus, release the shutter, and use it in bulb mode. Perfect operation and says it works up to 100m. I was able to trigger the shutter from 3 floors down in my house which is more than enough range anyone will ever need.

Impressive little wireless shutter that works well, doesn't get in the way, and is a reasonable price.
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I recently bought this remote for use on my Nikon D800. When shooting on a tripod, any shake of the camera, even the slight movement from a gentle push on the shutter can introduce blur, so for the clearest, sharpest pictures it's important to use a remote shutter release.

In the past, I've always used a cable release, but it's a pain to put the 10-pin plug in the socket and screw it down, then remove it again for handheld shots. And on again for the tripod, then off again for walking around, again and again. What actually happens is that I abandon the cable release and put up with the motion blur from using my hands. I've tried leaving the cable release attached, but it dangles and gets caught on clothing and other gear. The same is true trying to put the camera with cable release attached into the camera bag.

This device solves those problems. The receiver, which is mounted onto the 10-pin connector to the side of the DSLR, is truly diminutive. It fits into a tucked-away contour on the camera, and is quite unobtrusive. There's no problem leaving it mounted all day, and switching back and forth easily from remote to manual trigger, via the little on-off button on the receiver. Very quick and easy. And it goes right into the camera bag, still mounted on the camera, no hassle. Great!!

And it works. Press the button on the transmitter halfway, and the receiver tells the camera to focus, just like with your finger on the camera's shutter release button. When the camera has acquired focus, the blue light on the transmitter goes from bright to dim. Then push the button all the way, and the blue light goes out momentarily, telling you you've successfully taken the shot.
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I have a MC-36, but I will not be using it as much as I have anymore. I will still use it for timed shutter releases, but not for anything else. This trigger is awesome! I defocused each shot and even went into the other room out of sight - in focus each time.

If you want just a shutter release with focusing abilities - this is the one!
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