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FINAL SALES ITEM - RELEASE SWITCH/BK-5 VH BRKT/MC-30

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RELEASE SWITCH/BK-5 VH BRKT/NIKON D200
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FINAL SALES ITEM - RELEASE SWITCH/BK-5 VH BRKT/MC-30 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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In Stock - If ordered before 10:30 am EST, ships next business day.
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Product Highlights
  • Cameron DSLR Shutter Release Nikon MC-30
  • DSLR Shutter release to attach to VH Flip Bracket
  • Nikon 10 pin Receptacle
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  • Cameron DSLR Shutter Release Nikon MC-30
  • DSLR Shutter release to attach to VH Flip Bracket
  • Nikon 10 pin Receptacle
  • Use the left index finger to trigger the camera and right hand to zoom
  • No messy coil cord
  • Designed for Nikon Digital SLRs with 10 pin receptacles
  • Cameron DSLR Shutter Release Nikon MC-30 Compatibility:
  • D3 / D3S / D3X
  • D4
  • D200
  • D300 / D300S
  • D700
  • D800 / 800E
 
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why Is No One Talking About This Camera?! "Trust ol' Dave on this one this is a really great little camera! The best Rebel ever made, and a LOT less money than the 80D. Even the pro reviews, after talking about all of it's shortcomings, seem to reluctantly admit that it's actually quite a great piece of kit! Once you go touchscreen, you'll be hooked. Soooo much quicker! WiFi is an awesome feature for quick uploads to your favorite sites. But let's get to the nitty gritty. The image quality is superb! Tons of detail captured. The 5 frames per second continuous shooting will be just right for the average shooter(RAW buffer short, JPEG buffer endless). The low light(high ISO) performance is impressive! Even a photo shot at ISO 12800 is quite usable. If you're coming from a previous Rebel, make the jump. Don't worry about the T6i. This is worth the extra money. I own a 6D as well, and often times the situation calls for my T6S. And that's saying something..."
Date published: 2016-06-04
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