NEEWER Timer Remote Shutter Release MC-DC1 for Nikon D70s D80 Digital Cameras

Nikon D80

Compatible with: Nikon D70s, D80

With a built-in interval timer, this new premium electronic remote cord will help you control your exposures. With this remote, you can achieve all the functions of the brand-name product at a fraction of the cost.

This multi-function remote cord provides an automatic timer function, allowing you to choose the delay, exposure time, interval, and number of shots. The shutter speed can be selected with the camera if desired. It also has a manual release with a button on the cord. Photographs can be taken manually even when the timer is running.

The timer can be set anywhere from 1 second to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds. The buttons are designed to be operated with a single thumb. The super large LCD panel can be illuminated for easier viewing.

The shutter release button on the remote is a two-stage button: half-pressing the button will cause the camera to focus, and fully-pressing the button will trigger the camera’s shutter.

Features:

* Time delay: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments

* Exposure time: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments

* Interval: 1s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments

* Number of shots: 1 to 399,- -(unlimited)

* Battery life: Approximately two months of continuous shooting with a delay of 5 min, an exposure time of 4 min 56s, and an interval of 5min.Use of the illuminator will reduce battery life.

Specifications:

* Dimension: Approximately 140 x 40 x 20mm (control cord excluded).

* Weight: Approximately 115g.

* Cord Length: 92cm (36inch).

* Power supply: 1.5V, AAA Battery x2 (2XAAA Batteries not included)

NEEWER Timer Remote Shutter Release MC-DC1 for Nikon D70s D80 Digital Cameras

Features NEEWER Timer Remote Shutter Release MC-DC1 for Nikon D70s D80 Digital Cameras

  • Controls any camera that accepts Nikon’s MC-DC1 Remote Commander
  • Time delay: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
  • Exposure time: 0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
  • Interval: 1s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
  • Battery life: Approximately two months of continuous shooting with a delay of 5 min, an exposure time of 4 min 56s, and an interval of 5min
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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List Price: $ 9.96
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NEEWER Timer Remote Shutter Release MC-DC1 for Nikon D70s D80 Digital Cameras

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  1. Vidas Jankauskas says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Does all what it is supposed to do, December 13, 2010
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    Vidas Jankauskas (Sanibel, Fl) –
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    For the price it is a good choice. I don’t even need to read the instruction manual as everything is pretty intuitive, and it works. I needed this timer for use with Nikon D80 “in the air”, so it can take aerial pictures every two seconds. Did the job perfectly.

    Drawbacks? No on/ off switch, so one has to remember to remove the batteries when not in use

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  2. Greg4408 "Greg" says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Bizarre manual, nice little gadget, March 2, 2011
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    Greg4408 “Greg” (Washington, DC) –

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    What a fun gadget. Does exactly what it claims to do, reliably, and with little fuss. Since purchasing it I have already recorded several time lapse movies and several star trail exposures. And of course it is a reliable remote shutter release for avoiding camera shake in the studio or field.

    You may set the shutter speed in the remote (in increments of seconds), or set your camera to shutter priority and control the shutter speed in camera. My only wish-list item for this remote would be for it to work in aperture priority. That way, you could shoot daylight time lapse sequences without the aperture changing during the exposure.

    The manual is a bit weird. The translation is mostly decent, but there were several Chinese names or words (?) that appeared randomly in the text. But it didn’t really get in the way of understanding what the author meant.

    I think it is also slightly confusing that the part number is the same as a similar Nikon remote release. This is not a Nikon product, but does more than the Nikon model and for less money.

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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple, cheap, effective., February 18, 2011
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    cmh (Philadelphia, PA USA) –

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    I’m in total agreement with the previous reviewer. It’s simple, cheap, and effective. Option for a power switch would be nice, but since these are AA batteries only driving a small LCD display when not in use, it shouldn’t drain them down too quickly.

    Saw in the description that it can do from 1-399 photos, which had me worried. In a time lapse, playing back at 30fps, that would only be 13.3 seconds of footage. I was glad to see that you can also select “[--]” in the number of shots configuration, which means unlimited. Interval shooting can go as low as 1 second, which is helpful.

    As a simple remote, works well, has the normal two-step shutter release. Also, if you press the shutter and slide it forward to lock the shutter open in “bulb” mode, the timer starts counting up so you can easily see just how long your exposure has been.

    There are several other options available in remotes for the D80, some quite expensive, so I was worried that this would be cheap junk. It might not be fancy, but it does what I need it to, so I’m perfectly happy. Now I just wish someone made an inexpensive alternative to Nikon’s AC adapter for the camera.

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