Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras

Nikon Coolpix 880

Nikon Inc (25146) Remote cord MC-EU1

Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras

Features Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras

  • Provides remote shutter release, zoom settings, interval shooting, playback and LCD illumination on/off
  • Confirms information such as set mode and number of frames to be captured
  • Compatible with Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, and 5700 digital cameras
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras

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  1. Richard Jones says:
    65 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    miserable product, July 10, 2003
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    This review is from: Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras (Electronics)

    All the comments here are spot on. I found a much better unit called the ‘digisnap’ (made by harbortronics) which works better, both as a remote release (longer cable, no filter) and a timelapse controller (much faster interval — 5 sec vs. 2 min). Skip the Nikon unit.

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  2. Charlie Wallace says:
    130 of 136 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not too impressed, November 25, 2000
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    Richard Jones (Los Gatos, Ca USA) –
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    This review is from: Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras (Electronics)

    Well, I’ve been waiting for a long time for this item and I finally got it a few days ago. It’s a pretty cool little thing that feels good in your hand and has neat features like a backlit LCD for low light situations. But, there are many problems with it. First of all…if the camera is busy storing a picture it just took, and you attempt to turn on the LCD backlight, 75% of the time the display will go completely blank and it will stop working. You have to turn the camera off and back on to get it working again. Second, the time lapse feature is awesome but get this: the smallest duration between each picture is 2 minutes. If you’ve ever done time lapse of a sunset to turn into a movie, you’d want to take a picture about once every 30 seconds. Or, taking a time lapse of a busy lake with boats crusing around, after 2 minutes, most boats would be off the screen and the time lapse “feeling” wouldn’t be captured. Now, taking a time lapse of say a plant growing, no problem. It has intervals all the way up to 24 hours! Thrid, it has a humongous thingee (some type of noise filter) hanging on the string (cable) that almost pulls the cord out just hanging there. Also, the camera acts differently with this thing plugged into it and seems to forget some of the menu items I have set such as remember last zoom position and flash mode. Was this device designed by Microsoft or something???

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  3. Anonymous says:
    39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    disappointing, January 23, 2001
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    Charlie Wallace (north hollywood, ca United States) –
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    This review is from: Nikon MC-EU1 Remote Release Cord for Coolpix 4300, 4500, 5000, 5700 & 8700 Digital Cameras (Electronics)

    LCD is hard to read without backlight. The buttons are too small and heavily recessed which makes it very difficult to press them, even though its designed to make it hard to accidently press, its a little too much. Whats with the minimum setting of 2 minutes between time lapses, thats just silly, if you are lookign to do timelapse at anything less than 2 minutes internals, this won’t do it. The remote knows when the camera is busy so it could record as quickly as the camera saves. If the camera powers down, I can’t get it to switch back on from the remote, only from the main camera controls. The battery insertion diagram is misleading, I installed the battery upside down first time. ( + facing down is correct ). The big R/F filter is no doubt since nikon got its hand smacked by the FCC last year for emission problems with other accessories ( the 950 AC adapter ). However its the only remote release available if the 2min minimum is fine for you and you don’t mind reflashing the cameras firmware ( which you must in order to use properly if you have version 1.0 ) then you are all set, on reflection I’d still buy it since a remote release is a must for steady work.

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