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Remote Shutter Release Cord for Nikon D300, D200, D2x, D3, D700 Digital SLR Cameras

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  • Fully compatible with Nikon Digital SLR Cameras including: Nikon D3, D200, D300, D700, D2H, D2Hs, D2X & D2Xs Digital SLR Cameras
  • Thumb-activated release mechanism
  • Can be locked to use the Bulb setting effectively
  • 3-foot long cord

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Product Description

This simple Remote Shutter Release Cord works with many Nikon Digital SLR Cameras and has a 3-foot long cord. This is a wise investment if you often take digital photographs with a camera mounted to a tripod. By remotely causing a digital camera to take a long exposure, you all but eliminate any chance of "camera shake" due to pressing the digital camera's built-in shutter button. This may be especially useful for nighttime, fireworks, cityscape or panorama photography.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 0.8 x 2 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001G9WAF2
Item model number RS-N1
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4.2 out of 5 stars 136 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #195 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Digital Camera Accessories > Shutter Release Cords
Date first available at Amazon.com September 18, 2008

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This is a really cheap and simple release cord with a 10-pin connector. It only has one button (with a lock for bulb exposures), requires no battery and is made of sturdy plastic that should be fine for amateur use.
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I just received this item today, did quite a bit of testing (about 200 shots) and what a joy it is. It works perfectly as advertised, very responsive, ergonomically fits well in the hand and very easy to use. Construction of the item is nice and solid and the cord has a nice thickness to it. It is very easy to connect (if you are familiar with your camera), even in low light conditions and the screw in cap is nice so you do not have to worry about it falling out. I use a D200, lost my MC-30 and thought I would give this a try on a whim...I am so happy I got this over the MC-30. For less than ¼ of the price for the MC-30, this is a steal and I highly recommend it for both novices and professionals (if you're a pro, get 2 in case 1 gets lost or somehow broken in the field).
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It is not advertised for the Nikon D800, only for the D700, along with other Nikon cameras. I wasn't sure if it would work on it. So I downloaded the user manual for the D700, and found the two cameras have almost identical remote port. I decided to give it a try. it's only less than 10 bucks, after all.

It works perfectly on the D800. i don't see why some reviewers complain about its quality. I see nothing wrong about it, at least on the copy i received. the button, cable, jack, and the locking screw are all fine. Attaching to the camera is easy. the D800 port has an aligning white dot on the side of the remote port, which makes attaching breeze.

The feeling is great too. actually I like the feeling butter than that on the shutter button. Strongly recommend!
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I bought this item for my Nikon D200. I was pleasantly surprised at the good quality of materials and workmanship and the actual performance in real life situations. The threaded connector for the camera end is precision-machined, the wire is sturdy and the fit and finish of the handle is perfect. As advertised, pressing the button half-way makes the camera focus, and pressing all the way releases the shutter. I have not used the bulb function, but it has one. It can be used in a dark studio because the handle has anti-slip bumps on the site opposite the shutter release button. Altogether an amazing deal when compared to the Nikon equivalent that sales for $61 or so.
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This is worth the couple of $$$ to have a remote trigger release for the D700. One word of caution, they have a single spring that sits under a thumb-sized trigger. Sometimes after you push the trigger mechanism it can get stuck in the "down" position when the trigger gets caught under the lip of the device. That's not a huge deal for me as this gadget is not a critical part of my rig, but well worth noting if you need a "flawless" remote control. For the prosumer types it'll work just fine.
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I have owned a couple of these for about three years. They work great for under $10. One has been sticking so I ordered another last week,from VIDEO CAMERA CENTER. They sent some crap Vivitar shutter release. I asked for a return, they want me to pay to have it shipped back to them. They already gave me a bait and switch, now I'm suppose to trust them to give me the money that I have to pay to ship back to them. No Thanks, will never order anything from VIDEO CAMERA CENTER again.
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Purchased this to use on the D-800, I have taken around 300 pictures with it and it has worked flawless. Has large trigger button, half press for focus then push the rest of the was for shutter. For time exposure press button and slide foreward and it locks in place. The product is actually made by vivtar. This is 9 times cheaper than the nikon version that does the same thing. How long will it last hard to say but at the price you break one of these every year for the next 9 years before you hit the price of the nikon version. The product is sold by A&R Photo and ship directly to you from them. VERY fast shipping, had it in 3 days after placing my order on Amazon and it comes with a special customer service sheet if you have any problems at all. I am very happy with the product and the company that sells it.
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Goes to show what sort of "amateur" I am. I've been taking photos, both as a hobby and also as a design/creative professional for almost 20 years, and while I have enjoyed using shutter triggers at work, have never had a shutter remote for my personal camera, a Nikon D200. There were times I sort of cringe at the outcome of the shot, even on a tripod on a long exposure, and have mostly attributed the poor results to internal shutter shake. Now my job requires more product photography with a tripod and longer exposure, I've finally decided enough is enough.

To my shock and dismay, the Nikon shutter remote for the D200 is over $100. And the more "affordable" shutter release that uses a micro USB doesn't work on the D200. After reading the reviews I decided to give this "off-brand" shutter release a try, and boy...I've been using it ever since for every shot on a tripod. Now I'm kicking myself for not getting one for so long.

The ONLY thing stopping it from getting a full 5 stars, is the threaded jack is a little awkward to use, especially for people with big, stubby fingers. The 90º bend in the connector means there's little room to turn the collar to lock in the shutter trigger, although you don't really need to thread it on, there's enough tension to keep the remote plugged in. Other than that, it's been flawless so far. I've even dropped it a few times while handling and it's still working great.
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