I have Blogged previously about the Nikon options for remote control of Nikon cameras. See some Nikon remote control Blogs here. I have tried some of the third party radio remotes, some of these radio remotes are very cheap around $50, but I always find that they are not always reliable enough for my usage.… Continue reading A Long Remote Control Cable For Nikon Cameras – DIY
The WR-1 Wireless Remote Controller is a very interesting new release from Nikon for any photographers interested in long range remote photography or synchronised operation of multiple cameras. The device is effectively a transceiver, meaning that it can either be used as a transmitter or a receiver depending on how they are configured, two devices will… Continue reading Nikon WR-1 Wireless Remote Controller
These remote control units from Nikon about to be released to the market, will be a very welcome accessory to the range of Nikon Digital SLR’s for remote control applications. There are three units which can be used to suit your particular camera. As I am mainly interested in nature photography, I very often have… Continue reading Nikon WR-T10, WR-R10, WR-A10 Remote Control Units
The Nikon Remote Cord MC-36 is a cable and remote control unit to remotely control your Nikon camera via the 10-pin connector. It is really more than just a remote control unit, it performs functions as a remote manual shutter release and also as an automatic timer. The automatic function provides additional functions to those… Continue reading Nikon Remote Cord MC-36 Review
This article is a general guide to building a remote control cabl for Nikon cameras with the 10-pin socket.
Would you like to capture a full frame image of a dangerous creature or a shy animal or bird. It is quite easy if you use a remote camera release. Today there are many types of remote releases available for cameras, there are cable releases, infra red or radio controlled releases. There are also many types on remote triggering devices to automatically trigger your camera as an animal or bird approaches.