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For the photographer who pushes his equipment to the limit...try abusing these cable releases. Unbelievably flexible.

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Robust casing, yet....


from Los Angeles  -  Semi-Professional

Mine broke. You see, it's not about how robust the actual casing where the plunger sits is, it's more about the strength of the cinch at the base which keeps the cord intact and immobile such that the cable inside of the braided cord moves well. This part broke; my Mamiya is a little picky with the shutter release sometimes; I put a fair amount of pressure on the cable plunger and SPROING! the braided end separate from the metal base and after that, this thing was fit to be trashed. Like any braided cable release, the connection between the cable and the housing is the weakest point. This one wasn't really any better than others I've used. Moreover, the housing weighs a LOT. If you want to rest it somewhere during bulb exposures...well it will want to fall quite easily, leading to camera shake.


A nice piece of gadget


from Salt Lake City, UT  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This is a mechanical cable release, which only fits into some cameras that have a hole in the shutter release button. I bought this for Fujifilm Finepix S9000. Those cameras look a little outdatish now, so if you have a digital SLR, usually you will buy a electronic release or remote control that are specifically built for them.


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Shopper  Does this cable work on a Leica M 240?
D.R. R  Yes it does work on the M 240, but it is larger than it needs to be.
Harry C  will this cable work on a nikon d40?
HARRY D  No idea.
alain p  does this cable release have a lock mechanism ?
DOUGLAS K  Yes it does. But, since it won't work on the Nikon D200 or the Nikon D3, I keep the cable locked up in my accessory box. The lock on the cable is a little funky. It works, but it does not operate smoothly.
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