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Neewer Replacement Wired Remote Shutter Release Control with LED Indicator for Nikon Camera
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- MC-DC2 Replacement Remote Control for Nikon D3100/D5000 / D90/D5200 /D7100/ D4
- This Remote Cord for Nikon MC-DC2 allows the camera to be released from a distance and prevents the camera from shaking.
- It adds greater convenience and ease in many shooting situations.
- Easily plug this remote switch into your camera and turn your camera on.
- Release button of this remote switch can be pressed half way and completely.
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Press the button half way to activate the autofocus and set the shutter speed
Press the button completely to shoot
For long exposures (camera should be in Bulb Mode), press the button down completely and slide in the direction of the arrow / hold, which locks the pressed button, slide the button back to its original position when finished
Length: Approx. 1m
Accessory ONLY, camera not included
1X MC-DC2 Remote
Top Customer Reviews
The device itself is about 8cm - 10cm long so not overly big or too small. Build quality is ok it is plastic and there is only so much you can do, I hope it last and it should considering the job it has to do. Don't quite get the point of the hold mechanism as I can't think what I would use this for. Cord is about 60cm - 70cm which is a good length. The button does feel slighly flimsy but I'm really nit picking at this.
My honest opinion is based on the price of this item and for what it is, I'd certainly recommend it to anyone after a wired shutter release, especially if you intend on doing some low light shooting as I do!
I took a punt on this and the NEEWER Wireless IR Remote Control Shutter Release ML-L3, because bother were so cheap I didn't feel I had much too lose. Now I have both I can take the shots I want from behind and infront the camera, so I'm a very happy shooper indeed and would recommend to anyone, especially at a sub £2 item like this.
Hope this review and recommendation helps someone else to make their decision.
I was even almost sold one just before Xmas by a local shop for £20 but decided to wait until I actually had the camera in my hand. Although the D3200 is not listed as a compatible model (I assume because it is quite new) I was sure that this MC-DC2 was compatible whilst looking at my camera specs.
I saw that there were two of these available, one with Nikon branded on it for £26 and this one. I decided to take a gamble purely because of the massive price difference.
Well, I couldn't be happier. Does it exactly what it says it does, connected beautifully straight out of the box, worked instantly and even has the ability to half depress the shutter for AF.
Quite simply a must have bit of kit at a fraction of the cost of the exact same product but with Nikon written on it.
The large companies need to have a long hard look at themselves and decide if what they are offering is value for money because for this type of accessory third party manufacturers are delivering precisely what the customer wants. If the Nikon item had been just a little bit more expensive then I would have probably opted for it ... but the margin is immense (as with the cordless remote) and I am very pleased to have opted for this item.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I took a punt on this as it was so cheap. Works great with my camera (Nikon D3300) and works as described here. Cheap plastic but for such a low price what do you expect?! Read morePublished 6 months ago by MR DAVID K JONES
Arrived two days earlier than I was told, works perfect I did not expect it to make such a difference to my photographs getting rid of camera shake, well worth the money and so... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Susan Smith
Brilliant for the the price. Wanted a way of photographing with a long exposure so didn't want to risk moving the camera when pressing the shutter release. Read morePublished 14 months ago by R Carmichael
not bad for night time or panorama, but not for "selfies" the cable is just too short.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works with no problem at all, little struggle getting the lead back out of the camera but it's just being fussy about a minor thing. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Paul
I took a gamble on buying this cheaper unbranded remote but i am happy with the purchase. Some of the reviews mentioned bad fitting connection but it fine on my nikon d3300Published 19 months ago by Mr J A Hunt