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This Remote Cord replaces the MC-20 with many improved features and works with Nikon cameras that have a 10 Pin Remote Connector. It sports an Electric Sound Speaker, Shutter Release Active Lamp, similar to D-SLR/COOLWALKER multi-selector button operation, Interval Timer, Long Exposure (it can use Interval Timer and Long Exposure simultaneously), Self Timer, remote TIME Exposure and a Release Hold Mechanism.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Nikon MC-36A Remote Control
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Comments about Nikon MC-36A Remote Control:
I have used this remote for reduction in vibration to get images as sharp as possible and for extended exposures of up to 3 minutes. It has performed flawlessly and the timer was very accurate compared to my iPhone timer. It attaches firmly to the camera (D810) with a screw-down device and has no chance of coming lose. It does everything I want and more besides (time lapse images) and it feels very well made.The only downside that I can find is the price. If I needed another timer / remote in the future I would buy the same one (if it fitted).
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Swindon, UK
This is another excellent item from Nikon. It is well made and very robust and very easy to use right out of the box and no instructions are needed, as it's self-explanitory.I would have given it a full 5 star rating if it had a power on/off button. You have to remove the batteries once you are finished as it will eventually drain the AAA barriers, which I often keep forgetting to do. I am trying to get in the habit of simply putting a small piece of paper between the terminals to stop this.I guess a simple modification would resolve this but this should come as standard... shame on you Nikon! other wise this does what it says on the tin and is an excellent item.
Does what it says
The operation is easy enough once you have read the manual and understood the basics.
Does it job well
By Woebies mate
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast, Photo Diaryist
Used for timer exposures in bulb mode both manual and automatic. The set up indicator panel can be a bit awkward to understand at first. Having to remove the batteries to switch off is very annoying.
well built and strong
from Woking Surrey
About Me Professional
Well built, easy to use and big enough not to get lost in the camera bag.
Good bit of kit
Would be nice if this came with a simple protective sleeve / case,
as good as it gets
About Me Semi Pro
This is a great remote, it,s not cheap but worth the money.well made,nice features all in all what else can one want from a remotethat does it all ie, delay before shutter is released ,interval timer ,exposure time etc. I have been using this remote for quite a long time now and would recommend it above all others l
(14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)
Keep your camera on a leash!
from Ipswich, Suffolk
I really wanted a remote without infrared or where you didn't need to stand in front of or point towards the camera to use. So i went for one of these.It was actually quite daunting when i first got it as it doesn't look that straight forward to use, but one read of the book later (about 5 small pages) it was so obvious how to use it and has a lot of features such as:Delay - how long till the shutter goes offLong - how long the exposure is forInterval - how long between each shot (if more than one)Number - number of shotsIt also has a backlight and option to beep or silent.The main button does a quick snap when pressed or can be slid and held down for long timed exposures without having to set up and of the options.The only thing missing is an off button! Im not sure why there isn't one, i can only assume its because it uses so little power (2 AAA)
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