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Nikon MC-DC2

Wired remote for select Nikon digital SLR cameras

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About the Nikon MC-DC2

Connect the Nikon MC-DC2 to your compatible tripod-mounted digital SLR camera and say goodbye to blurry images caused by a shaky hand. This wired remote lets you operate the camera's shutter remotely when taking photos at close range, or in any other situation where the slightest movement of the camera can cause image blurring. You can also lock the shutter for taking long-exposure photos.

Product highlights:

  • wired remote for Nikon D7000, D90, D5100, D5000, and D3100 digital SLR cameras
  • replicates functions of the camera's shutter button
  • offers immediate shutter release and shutter lock for long exposures
  • 41-inch cable
  • 15/16"W x 11/16"H x 3-5/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 25395
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What's in the box:

  • Wired remote control with attached 41" cord terminated by a proprietary connector

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Nikon MC-DC2

david from syracuse ny on 6/8/2014

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This item has performed as planned and I have had no problems using---one note cable could be a little longer

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Phillip J from Martinsville, Va on 8/29/2013

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Excellent device works as promised. Great Quality.

Pros: Works as Promised. Great Quality

Cons: None

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With D5100 Works Great

LA from Cincinnati, OH on 1/13/2013

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I have only use it a little bit since getting but love it, it's awesome. No complaints love crutchfield's site and advisors.

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Great buy

Ozzy from Gaithersburg, md on 7/24/2012

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This is simply the great product.

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NIKON MC-DC2

MDK from FARMINGTON, UT on 2/4/2012

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WORKING AS ADVERTISED

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excellent shutter release

Crutchfield customer from Nashville, Tennessee on 1/28/2010

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This is the shutter release for the Nikon D5000. Defintiely check your specs because Nikon makes a couple and the first model I bought didn't work. This one works great. It is easy to use, eliminates any camera shake and is as responsive as the shutter release on the body of the camera. Excellent product.

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Features

Overview: The Nikon MC-DC2 Wired Remote Control is designed to remotely control the shutter-button of select Nikon digital SLR cameras. The MCD-DC2 features an attached 41" cord terminated by a proprietary connector which plugs into the camera's Accessory Terminal. The MC-DC2 can be used to:

  • operate the camera remotely when taking photographs at close range and in other situation in which the slightest camera movement would produce blurring
  • keep the shutter-release button pressed for long exposures (bulb) and burst photography

Operation: The camera responds to the shutter-release button on the MC-DC2 as it would to the shutter-release button on the camera body. The MC-DC2 shutter -release button can be locked in the full-pressed position by sliding the lock to the "Hold" position.

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