Bower LCD Remote Shutter for Nikon D300, D700, D800

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Bower RCLN1R: Picture 1 regular $22.00

About Bower RCLN1R

The Bower LCD Remote Shutter for Nikon. Allows continuous shooting, long time exposures and interval shooting. It also has a 4-line backlit LCD status display for easy viewing and setting timer and exposure functions. You can also select from 1 to 399 continuous shots or set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. The back light can be locked to remain on when shooting in low lighting conditions.

Compatible with
• D1
• D2
• D2H
• D2HS
• D2X
• D2XS
• D3X
• D3S
• D4
• D200
• D300
• D300S
• D700
• D800
• D800E

Bower RCLN1R Features

  • Set timer delays
  • Capture clear blur free images
  • LCD Back light for low lighting conditions

Bower RCLN1R Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

Great product, great price!

By

from Yardley  -  Semi-Professional

For the money it does everything that I need. Works like a charm.

 
4.0

Mostly works

By

from Portland Oregon  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This does what I wanted it to do The only limititation is I can not figure out how to use the timer with mirror lock up.

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Shopper  How long is the cord?
Andrew R  Unfortunately that particular measurement is not specified by the manufacturer.
Mike F  I am looking to purchase this item for my F100 film camera, will it work on my d3200 by chance? It would be nice to have one that will work with both, but I can always get another one for the other camera if needed
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, this unit does not appear to be compatible with the D3200
jose e  Hi where do I get a user's manual for my RCLN1R?? TX
JAMES B  I don't know that I have seen a manual and there is none listed on the Bower website. I just looked up the definitions of the three terms and set them to what I needed. Delay is how long from when you start the timer until the first exposure. Long is how long the shutter button is depressed. Interval is how long between shutter releases It is all very easy.
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