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Load image into Gallery viewer, Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700
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Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700

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Description

  • Control Autofocus and Shutter Triggering, Capture Images without Camera Shake
  • Ideal for Taking Long Exposures
  • Use for Continuous or Single Exposures
  • No Battery Required-Powered by Camera
  • Larger, More Comfortable Form Factor

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Customer Reviews

Sometimes the last sometimes they don't. I use a remote shutter release every day. The Nikon brand, typically 3 times more cost then off brands, lasts about twice as long. Some will last 6 months. Most die in a month if not made well. The last Foto&tech release the connector was bad from the start, too tight of a fit, then the cable shorted out. So this one only lasted a month. 2Worked Great Out Of The Box... Works exactly as advertised. Initially I was concerned about buying something this inexpensive, but my fears were for naught. Used to photograph the last blood moon in October:D810 + 400mm AF-I f/2.8 + TC20E III + Tripod + >this product< = a rock solid image.NOTE: Read directions carefully if you've never used a wired remote before - take a few practice shots and try out the features before going all in 5and it fits perfectly with the Nikon D500 that the good part of the review I finally used the wired remote, and it fits perfectly with the Nikon D500 that the good part of the review. The flip-side to this review is that when I push the button to take the image, the release gets jammed under the hard plastic. I attempted to see if it was me pushing to hard, fast, or too slow and in each situations the button stuck. The shutter released, however in order to get the button from being unjammed I had to push it again several times, which caused multiple unexpected photos taken of the subject. This was embarrassing at first, however once I explained this was my first opportunity using the device they understood it was equipment malfunctioning. Not sure if my remote is the only one that sticks, however I'm going to request a new one and confirm at that time.~ Not sure what happened but I never got my new one. I'm going to say user error regarding that, because I think I was suppose to print the label...oops. Also, I have to change the rating from 2 to 4, because it is a handy inexpensive device. The error I think I was making was sliding the hold up causing it to stick, not really sure yet but I'll use it again. Overall, I do like the shutter release! Try it, you might like it!! 4Works well for the price Update June 2018:Having used this for a few years now, I bumped it up to 4 stars. The not-firing issues were due to the latch mechanism sliding forward accidentally. That kept the trigger depressed, which locked up the camera, and didn t take another photo. Basically, slide the latch back with your thumb and it works just fine.Original Review:For the price, this works pretty well. However, it's cheaply made. I get around a 19/20 success rate, i.e. it doesn't trigger my camera 1 out of 20 times I press the button.It comes with a little baggy to hold the unit. I'd probably buy one of the more expensive units if/when this falls apart. 4An inexpensive alternative to the Nikon MC-30A, but not reliable. I shoot a fair amount of landscape photography and wanted a simple cable shutter release for my new Nikon D500. Nikon's least expensive option is $65 (MC-30A) and I'm sure it's a solid device, but frankly, as infrequently as I use a remote, it was more than I was ready to spend. This kind of remote is simplicity itself: a ten-pin connector, a simple switch and a length of cable. I figured I had nothing to lose by giving this model a try, so I popped for $11 and ordered it. It arrived two days later and it works fine. It has a lock for bulb exposures and a simple trigger. It locks onto the camera's connection so it shouldn't come loose. Is it as rugged as its Nikon counterpart? Probably not. For now, it will suit me fine until Snapbridge for iOS is released and I can use it for remote triggering.Update (2017): This remote inexplicably stopped working consistently. It would work for several shots, then no response. Removing/reattaching sometimes helped, but again for only a few shots. As a result, I'm reducing my original rating from 4 to 2 stars. 2Less expensive than the MC30A but not cheaper. Works like a charm. Less expensive than the MC-30A it replaced but not cheaper, well made and solidly built. Autofocus at half pressed is a little tricky compared to the Nikon MC30A but that is just takes a little practice. Cord is long enough but not so long that it is in the way. The longer handle makes it more ergonomic to handle. Need to take out on a couple more photo trips to see how it handles in the field. 5Set The Focus to "S" mode on a Nikon D300 before using this remote. I received this quickly and tested it.At first I thought it was faulty because it would not focus before activating the shutter.I was growing frustrated but then I noticed my Nikon D300 was on "C" focus mode. I switched the small knob to "S" for single focus then tried the remote.It worked! It activated the auto focus before firing.That might be a solution for those who might have a problem with the auto focus. 4Love it, works perfectly. Don't let the low cost fool you into thinking this is a useless product. This remote is simple, yes, but I'm fine with it. It does exactly what I need it to do. It's comfortable to hold and responsive. It has a simple lock on the remote which I love, plaing in bulb mode isn't something I get to do very often.The cord is a little short. That works for me, I'm not using it to remotely take a picture that I'm in. I bought this specifically for long exposures, and if you really wanted to you could probably get an extension ten pin cord. I use it with my Nikon D800 and the only drawback is Nikon kind of crammed the ten pin port in a small space, so you have to get a little gentle with it but it still only took me a few seconds to get on the camera and test it out.As I said, this is a simple remote, and I like simple. I could have bought any of the higher-cost remotes with all their different functions, but if you just need something for long exposure or are even just starting out in photography and don't know a lot, this remote is perfect. Great cost, it got here quickly, and is very comfortable to hold. I will be buying more to have spares on hand just in case. The wonderful thing about this being so inexpensive is that if you buy another camera, and it doesn't take a 10 pin cord, you can buy an alternate version of this same remote for a similar low cost. And that's a huge plus in a market where the technology is upgraded every year. 5OK for the Price I was using my Nikon D800 in a homemade photo booth with this as the trigger. While I didn't have high expectations for a wired remote shutter at this price point, it fell short in a few categories. The button seems flimsy as though it will break soon. This makes it difficult to tell if you are at a half press for focus or whether the shutter is going to fire. Also the way that it is designed so that the ring around the button locks into place to hold it down seems like a design flaw. I had multiple instances where releasing the button the camera continued to fire until I realized the ring had slid forward on accident. It still works however and other than inconvenience hasn't caused me any other problems so I will continue to use it until it breaks. 3Excellent Remote Shutter Release For A Great Price Foto&Tech remote shutter release is a great product. It works just as well as the Nikon version of this product, but costs a fraction of the price. I have purchased remote shutter releases to place in each of my 5 camera bags/backpacks, including the Nikon version. I purchased 2 of the Foto&Tech and they work wonderfully. I keep them in my most-used camera bag. 5
Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700

Foto&Tech Wired Remote Control Shutter Release Replaces MC-30 Compatible with Nikon DSLR 10-Pin Connection D850 D5 D500 D4s D4 D3 D3x D3s D810A D810 D800 D800E D2 D2H D2Hs D2X D2Xs D300 D1 D300s D700

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Regular price
€48,00
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Regular price
€78,00
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Save 38% (€30,00)