Flashpoint RCN2, 3-in-1 Remote Control-Camera/Flash Trigger for Nikon D70 & D80

Flashpoint
SKU: FPRCN2 MFR: N2

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About Flashpoint RCN2

The Adorama 3-in-1 Wireless Remote Control is a very versatile wireless trigger that can be used to release the shutter of a digital camera up to 300 feet away or fire a studio flash such as a monolite or an accessory camera flash up to 100 feet away.

It is powered by 1, 23A battery (included) for the transmitter and 2 "AAA" batteries (not included) in the receiver and features 16 channels to choose from to help avoid unwanted triggering by other photographers in the same studio or shoot.

The receiver can mount to an accessory shoe, a light stand or a tripod and features a hot shoe to accept speedlites. If the speedlite does not have a hot shoe, a PC cord is included. And, of course, there is a 3.5mm cord and a 1/4" plug adapter included for speedlites.

The transmitter has a hot shoe to make mounting on the camera easy and secure. In camera mode, the transmitter has a two position switch. The first position activates the auto focus and exposure.

The second position triggers the shutter. In flash mode, the first position fires the flash if manual triggeris desired. Otherwise, the flash is triggered in sync with the shutter of the camera when the transmitter is connected to the camera.

Both the transmitter and the receiver have shoes. And, ofcourse, the necessary connecting cord for the camera is included.

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Shopper  can I buy just the receiver as i have lost mine?
John H  I don't know but I would doubt it. If somebody would just sell you the receiver, you'll probably pay as much as a new complete set.
Shopper  does this instantly trigger shutter? Camera is in manual mode, I'm behind camera centering and have subject focused. My wife takes photograph, now with Nikon MC-DC1 remote which sometimes works & then it won"t. Was a problem today not working.
John H  I had a similar problem when mine was new. It turned out to be the battery in the trigger button. It's a 12 volt battery and mine worked a couple of times and then stopped. I bought a new battery in Radio Shack and it has worked well since then. Bear in mind that the switch on the trigger button has two positions for firing the shutter: Position B is instant. Position G is delayed.
Ross M  Does this unit trigger the shutter of a Nikon D70 - (NOT D70s)? They are not the same. I noticed the current answers pertain to a different model of camera than advertised.
vince D  I have the D70S and I use it in manual mode. I do not have the D70.
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