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For remotely triggering the electronic shutter release of Nikon cameras with a Nikon 10 Pin Remote Terminal.
This cable contains a pre-trigger switch. When enabled, the camera behaves as if the camera's shutter release button were held half-pressed continuously. This makes the camera respond more quickly and consistently, but also consumes the camera's batteries much more quickly. When disabled, this cable functions identically to the N90M3
• For Nikon 10-Pin Terminal
• For all PocketWizard Radio Triggers
• Remote On/Off: Plus III, Later MultiMAX
• Remote On/Off with FlexTT5 as Receiver
• Add PTMM Adapter to Make Pre-trigger
• Includes MSMM Adapter
• Use with Plus, Plus II, Early MultiMAX
• Cable length: 3' (91.5 cm)
For MultiMAX with ACC port. This cable will NOT work with the Plus II. Works with the Nikon D700 but will not work with the D200 or D100 w/MBD100 . Use the N10-ACC cable for those cameras.
ACC Cables are a special kind of Pre-Trigger cable for use with the new FlexTT5 or the latest MultiMAX. Toggle Pre-Trigger on and off remotely with the MultiMAX. Required for remote camera triggering with a FlexTT5 if using E-TTL functions.
NOTE: An older mono motor drive cable and/or pre-release cable can be used instead of an ACC cable with a FlexTT5 but y ou will not have E-TTL capability.
Compatible with cameras using Nikon 10-pin Remote Terminal including :
• S3 Pro
• S3 Pro UVIR
• IS Pro
• DCS Pro SLR/n
• DCS Pro 14n
• DCS 760
• DCS 720x S5 Pro
• DCS 660
• DCS 660M
• DCS 620
• DCS 620x
Reviewed by 4 customers
Works with a Pocket Wizard Plus III for remote camera triggering of a Nikon D800. I had a difficult time finding this cable, Adorama came through.
Using the cord for nature photography with pocket wizzard, allowing me to have the camera closer to the subject.
Works as described with my Pocket Wizard Flex. Triggers the camera after it is focused.
This is an extremely expensive cable for what it does. I find it hard to screw into my camera as well as it seems like it could be weak construction but I haven't had a problem with that as of yet. I have since switched to a more reliable system than the PocketWizard system as it didn't fire as quickly and reliably as I need, however this was not due to this particular product.
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