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The MC-36A Multi-Function Remote Cord provides a simple trigger function and can activate the bulb function on certain Nikon D-SLR cameras. Functions as a timer remote and can be programmed to function as an intervalometer.
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How is this different than the MC-36?

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How different is different? are only the innards made of different materials, or is the casing different also? (i.e. mag alloy wrapped in carbonate plastic (?))
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The MC-36A is just an updated cable, with newer materials used in its construction. All functionality is the same with both the MC-36 and MC-36A
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Is this compatible with D7100 camera?

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If this is not compatible with D7100. Is there one that is compatible with D7100? I need the timer function and the bulb.
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Here is the system chart for the D7100 showing all compatible accessories:
http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d7100/compatibility01.htm
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Do you need to hold a button through the entire "bulb" exposure?

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Is it possible to press it once to open the shutter and again a few minutes or hours later to close it? Shooting with a D800.
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You can press and hold for the desired time or for longer shots you can press the button and slide it up to lock for long exposures
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