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Enables remote firing of D80 (40 in.) Useful for releasing shutter remotely to reduce camera shake. Shutter can also be locked in Long Time Exposure (Bulb).
The MC-CD1 also can be locked for long exposures (Bulb).
The MC-DC1 is a 4 pin Remote Control cord that makes it possible to release the shutter from a distance; very useful in preventing camera shake during shutter release.


Length: three ft.
MC-DC1 Remote Release Cord (1 meter) 5 5 1 1
Indispensible remote. This remote has been reliable and convenient to use. I have two of these. Dependable. Just remember that if you slide your thumb it will catch (for long exposures. August 3, 2010
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Is the MC-DC! Remote Release Cord compatible with tne Nikon D3100 DSLR?

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Hi..yes it is..look at nikon support
http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d3100/spec.htm
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You need the MC-DC2 for the D3100
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Will this work with a D600

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No, MC-DC2 is the correct remote release or you can use the ML-L3 infrared remote.
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No, you would require the MC-DC2, ML-L3 or the WR-T10 WR-R10
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Is it compatible with D7100

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Your choices are: MC-DC2 remote cord, ML-L3 infrared remote or WR-T10/WR--R10 wireless remote.
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The MC-DC1 remote release cord will not operate with the D7100.
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Coolpix S6000

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Is there a shutter release for camera when connected to a tripod, for less camera movement.
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There is no shutter release. You might want to try the self timer.
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MC-DC1

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Just purchased the above item for use on the D-80. Out of the packaging, would not function at all even tho camera "ON" & battery full. Have never used a remote release previously; have never even opened the cover protecting the port until now. Anyone experience any such problems with this remote release???
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Please make sure that the plug is securely connected.
1. Turn the camera off.
2. Open the cover protecting the camera remote cord connector.
3. Keeping the side marked with ^ upper-most (towards the top of the camera), insert the plug into the remote cord connector.
4. Turn the camera on.
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Is the MC-DC1 compatible with the D70?

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What remote release can I use with my D70?
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The D70 is compatible with the ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control.
 
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is it compatible with d40?

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No, you need the ML-L3.
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IS the MC-DC1 compatible with the D90? I am looking for a remote for my D90.

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No its not, you need the MC-DC2 or the ML-L3.
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Can this remote be used in tandem with the continuous servo option on the D80?

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I'd like to be able to take pictures of weapons being fired, and a remote release that will allow multiple exposures to be taken would be fantastic for such a shoot.
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Yes, you can use the Remote cable since it has a hold button.
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Are any of the remote controls (MC-DC1, MC-DC2, MC-EUI) compatible with coolpix 7900, coolpix P5100?

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If not, is there a remote control available for the coolpix cameras above?
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These models are not compatible with any remote control.
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