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Don Curry
 

N90S shutter release


Is there a wireless remote shutter release available for the Nikon N90S?


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1/16/2006 7:52:20 PM

 
Will Turner   There are two infrared remote wireless releases for the N90s:

"The ML-2 is a three-channel infrared remote for operating Nikon motor-driven cameras at distances up to 327' (100 m). This works with the F4s & F3 series when used with the MD-4 Motor Drive, the N70, or the FM2 & FM3A with the MD-12 Motor Drive. Other "10-pin" cameras like the F6, F5, F100, N90, N90s, D1 & D2 series cameras can also be used if combined with the MC-25 adapter cord. Features include automatic triggering, 3-sec delayed shutter release & either single shot or continuous shooting switchable from the remote position.

The ML-3 is a two-channel infrared remote for operating Nikon motor-driven cameras at distances up to 26' (7.9 m). This remote works with "10-pin" cameras like the D1X, D1H, D2H, D100 with MB-D100, F5, F6, F100 & N90/s. Features include automatic triggering, delayed 3 sec. shutter release & either single shot or continuous shooting switchable from the remote position."

There are also radio transmitters that can be hooked up with the right adapters, at a higher cost of course. On the other end, some folks just extend their release cable.


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1/17/2006 2:37:22 PM

 
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