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This is the standard remote release for the D1 series as well as the F5, F100, F90, F90x, N90 & N90s cameras. 32" (81 cm) in length.
Product Title: Nikon MC-30 Remote Cord
Power Score: 4.0 | 6 Reviews
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Designed for cameras equipped with 10-pin remote terminal.
Product Model: MC-30
Brand Name: Nikon
Front Camera: Nikon
Product Reviews (6)
Least expensive remote for Nikon D200
Strengths: well made, work well
This is the least expensive option from Nikon to control your D200. There is no need to buy the much more expensive MC-36, because MC-30 works just as well and most of options built into MC-36 can be controlled from the camera itself.
By sem99 - Jun 4, 2006
Nikon Remote Shutter Cord Simple to Use on D200 But Expensive
Strengths: Simple, easy to use, also has a locking mechanism to keep the shutter open when desired.
Weakness: Expensive. Can be difficult to find available for purchase, like many of the Nikon D200 accessories because of huge demand and small supply.
This is Nikon's own brand of remote shutter cord, and this model is the simplest and least expensive of their remote cords that fit the D200. It is still very expensive. It is quality-made, however, better than the no-name 10-pin brands, although I would bet they work fine too. There is an optional extension cord, but I find the length of the original cord is sufficient for my uses, which is...
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This is Nikon's own brand of remote shutter cord, and this model is the simplest and least expensive of their remote cords that fit the D200. It is still very expensive. It is quality-made, however, better than the no-name 10-pin brands, although I would bet they work fine too. There is an optional extension cord, but I find the length of the original cord is sufficient for my uses, which is photographing flowers. You can't use any of the old-type remote shutter cords that used to screw into the camera shutter button, because there is no longer a hole there for that purpose. Instead there is a 10-pin connector hole on the front of the camera. I wish Nikon had devised a little cord to keep the 10-pin connector cover from being lost when it is removed to use this 10-pin remote cord, because the cover is very tiny and easy to drop.
By jdywhite - May 16, 2006
Strengths: Holding feel
MC-30 is my best partner.
Previously I owned F5 and used with third party remote cord.
Holdimg feel was very bad!! And I mistook many times in taking night view photos.
I purchased MC-30 1 month before then my issue was gone.
I don't recommend to Nikon users to purchase third party remote cable.
By igami001 - Feb 20, 2006
THis is the second time I've bought this product. I was using it so often that I left it attached to the camera all the time and I just plain wore it out. Don't recommend leaving it attached all the time (I won't be doing that any more - too much unnecesa
By CarolE on Adorama - Sep 10, 2012
MC-30 Remote Cord
Strengths: Works well on the D300
I upgraded from the D80, so I had to purchase a significantly more expensive remote and it is not wireless. This cord works well on my D300 and gives you the opportunity to take many more shots than with the self-timer alone. There are a lot of off-brand wireless and wired shutter release systems that are much cheaper, but I only trust Nikon.
By tklostermann - Dec 1, 2007