• Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control compatible with NIKON MC-DC2, for NIKON Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90.
Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control compatible with NIKON MC-DC2, for NIKON Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90.

Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control compatible with NIKON MC-DC2, for NIKON Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90.

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  • This Remote Control is a replacement for NIKON MC-DC2
  • Fits Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90
  • Two stage release button: halfway pressing for auto focus, complete pressing takes the picture
  • Lock the button for long exposures or continuous shooting

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Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control compatible with NIKON MC-DC2, for NIKON Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90. Recently purchased this remote and it works great with my D5100. Just plug it in and use. Pressing half way on the shutter focuses great and full press takes the photo. I really like the fact that you do not have to switch to remote in the camera menu. You can leave the setting at single shutter and the remote still works. My only complaint is that it cannot be used using live view on the D5100 but I rarely use live view at all. So it's really not a complaint just an observation. It's lightweight and I also like that you can lock the button down for long exposures. I've also read some reviews about the length of the cord. I measured it at 48 inches and that is plenty long for me. 5Serviceable with a minor flaw. At a fraction of the price, there's no way I'd choose the Nikon release cable over this one. It plugs in perfectly, and a half-way button press gives me focus, with a full press releasing the shutter, just like the button on my D600. The cable is a decent length, but I do wish it was a foot or so longer. If the choice is available to me, I always go with this over the infrared remote. There is one flaw, however. If you push the button forward while it's down, the remote will hold the shutter open. That's a great feature, but it's so easy to do on accident that I would keep the shutter open and not feel like I did anything differently. This would only ruin a picture if you were in bulb mode, but it threw me off the first couple of times it happened. It would be nice if there was a bit more resistance with that shutter hold. Still, I recommend this completely. It does everything a cable release needs to, and at a much lower cost than the OEM remote. 4Maybe one of the best value accessories for Nikon DSLs I just ordered two replacement units after my first one got damaged. I use these remotes for more than 50% of my shots since I frequently use a tripod for HDR photography and night shots. Unfortunately I was trying to take a timer shot under very windy conditions and left my remote plugged in. My camera and very heavy tripod got blown over and the connector of this unit absorbed the impact and broke. Totally my fault - fortunately it helped cushion the impact for my camera. The bottom line is that at for the price this remote does everything is claims and so I order two replacements just to make sure I never get caught without one. It is my favorite camera gizmo.The button on the unit mimics the main shutter button very well allowing focus/shoot depending on how far pressed. The button on the remote is a tad stiffer than the camera button but not by much. The locking function is great. I take many night shots with 30 second to 2+ minute exposures; the lock makes it simple. The quality of this unit isn't the absolute highest but is it more than adequate any amateur such as myself and for the price it is amazing (I paid less than $8 total with shipping).If I have a complaint about this unit (and most units like this I have seen) the connector is straight. This makes is more prone to getting broken inadvertently. A 90 degree connector would make this unit even better for ungraceful, boneheaded people such a myself. Then again, my camera, rather than my $4 remote, might be broken now if the design were different.... 5Love this cable Love this cable.I shoot stock photos daily. I had been using remotes which fail often and then I use the 2 second delay on my Nikon as a lot of shots are at 1/20 of a second and sometimes lower. I saw this cable and figured it was worth a try.It works flawlessly. Plugged into the D7100 and nothing else needed. Press the button no different than pressing the button on the camera. There is a hold feature that is easily accidentally pushed. If it doesn't work, be sure that hold slider isn't pushed forward. Now that i figured that out, no issues. I have taken about 400 shots using this and it hasn't failed once. Just when I had accidentally slid the hold slider up, that was my fault, not that release. 5I am glad I got this wired remote I am glad I got this wired remote, although I find that the wire can get a little cumbersome when trying to shoot quickly. I take a lot of pics of my cat, and since they're action shots, I need a stable camera. I have it set up on a tripod and often leave this remote shutter release control plugged in. But the cord is thick and flexible but not exceptionally so. It is sometimes hard to wrangle it from where I might end up resting it.I also like the ability to slide the piece forward that holds down the button for several auto shots, but sometimes it gets accidentally engaged. It can be annoying, especially if your camera was out of focus, and now you have a billion shots that you don't really want, and you missed a good shot because the stupid slide thing was engaged when it wasn't supposed to be, and it wouldn't stop shooting in time to refocus. (Yes, there's AF continuous for a string of shots, but sometimes that's not the best plan.)All in all, it's a decent little control. I might consider getting a wireless one next time, though. 4Great for taking pictures of fireworks and anything else you don't want to touch your camera for. I'm a shaky person most of the time. Not ever noticeable until I've got my camera open for a long exposure. (and by long, i mean like 1/60th is sometimes too long for my hands.)No, it's not a medical problem, I just forget I've got the shutter open longer and i move on to the next shot before I get the first one, or i stumble, or the wind just about knocks me over, or I probably should be using my tripod, but i forgot it at home again and I'm too rebellious or worried about setting my camera down for more than a few seconds. It could be the fact that I have too much caffiene coursing through my veins, or that I'm terribly clumsy that causes all this. Doesn't matter.for those times i do remember my tripod, or monopod, or can remember to set my camera down, I use this shutter release.This keeps me from knocking my camera off things, or bumping the tripod or monopod, or giving that stupid little wiggle to my shot. this is a fantastic item. I think everyone should have something like this for their camera bag. 5Great remote for my Nikon D3200 I am so glad that I decided to purchase the Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control for my Nikon D3200 camera. I frequently travel around the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, FL taking pictures and one of my favorite things to shoot is fireworks. I was paranoid that if I had a wireless remote that it would die on me, so I got this wired one after talking with some friends about the pros and cons of wired vs wireless. The thing that I love about this remote is that it's really just plug and push the button. It is super quick to set up and I don't have to change to remote mode in my settings. The cord is long enough that I can step back and just snap away and enjoy what I am shooting instead of having to be extremely close to my camera. The locking mechanism for long exposures is a huge plus so I don't have to sit and hold the button down. The only downside to this remote is that because the plug is very similar depending on which way you look at it, it's a bit harder to plug in when you are in a low light situation. I just turn my cell phone flashlight on and then I can make sure it's plugged in correctly.I purchased this item at full price. 5Works Well, Only One Minor Complaint (or two, maybe...) It works well on my Nikon D5100 and it is obviously sturdier than other cheaper ones. The only issue I have is it is PRETTY BIG (it is about twice the size of ones I have used in the past). Not a big deal... unless your camera bag is STUFFED with too much gear already.But so far so good and it look like it is going to be durable~~~~~ UPDATE Jan 25, 2015 ~~~~~~~Just a quick update... it is still working fine after several months and about a thousand shots or so.It is still big, too...If you have one of the Nikon D5X00 series camersa (d5100, D5200, etc.,), then it kind of gets in the way of the articulating screen - probably less so for the D5000, since the hing for the LCD screen is on the bottom).Really, no complaints.~~~~~Update: June 18, 2015:Still works fine. No problems with it.I have probably show well over a thousand frames with it and it is holding up just fine.The only issue is that it is easy to slide the shutter release button forward, which will then put the camera into bulb mode. 4Works in Live View for Nikon d5100 - 4.5 STARS I purchased this remote in order for me to focus the camera during video recording in live view (i.e. filming) without having to reach across the shot of the frame. I considered a wireless remote, but you can't use it to focus only. The wireless remote would focus and take a picture. You couldn't disable the shot (i.e. shutter release).PROS- This remote is essentially an extension of the shutter-release button on the camera. Works in the same manner:-- Half-press the button to focus the lens (if you have a lens that does auto-focus)-- Full press for shutter-release- There is a "hold" function that allows you to hold down the button, slide it up and lock the shutter open in place for long exposure/night shots- This works in in Live View and during video recordings (do not require start/stop of video). I know some comments said it could not, but it worked on my d5100.- Plug & play functionality. No setup required, no setting changes needed. Just plug it in and it works instantly.I would have given it 5 stars, but there are a few things I would've liked better:CONS- would have liked a longer cable- the button doesn't "click" and have any haptic/tactile feedback when fully depressed, so it's hard to tell if the shot went through until after you hear the shutter release on the camera itself. If you're not close to your camera, and cannot hear the shutter, you may not know if the shot went through or not.- very lightweight, but not in the sense that it is travel friendly, but in a cheaply designed, easy to break mannerOVERALLIt does everything I wanted and needed it to do. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a remote. I would repurchase this over and over again. 4Good, works, feels solid. SYMMETRICAL PLUG, ONLY WORKS ONE WAY This works fine on my D5000, exactly as advertised. Can't speak to any other cameras. It plugs into the GPS port. It is nicely sized, not so small you can't push it if you have large hands. It feels well constructed. Button has a nice spring to it.One caveat.... The plug will fit in both ways. It is symmetrical. But it only works in one orientation. In the wrong orientation it still acts as if it is working, but it doesn't focus or atke the photo. Once you flip it around, it works fine. Maybe this was obvious to some of you, but it took me a few minutes to figure out my error. The plus is labeled with an arrow on either side so that doesn't help either. This was not noted in the included instructions either. 4
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Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control compatible with NIKON MC-DC2, for NIKON Nikon D7000 D5100 D5000 D3200 D3100 D90. Recently purchased this remote and it works great with my D5100. Just plug it in and use. Pressing half way on the shutter focuses great and full press takes the photo. I really like the fact that you do not have to switch to remote in the camera menu. You can leave the setting at single shutter and the remote still works. My only complaint is that it cannot be used using live view on the D5100 but I rarely use live view at all. So it's really not a complaint just an observation. It's lightweight and I also like that you can lock the button down for long exposures. I've also read some reviews about the length of the cord. I measured it at 48 inches and that is plenty long for me. 5Serviceable with a minor flaw. At a fraction of the price, there's no way I'd choose the Nikon release cable over this one. It plugs in perfectly, and a half-way button press gives me focus, with a full press releasing the shutter, just like the button on my D600. The cable is a decent length, but I do wish it was a foot or so longer. If the choice is available to me, I always go with this over the infrared remote. There is one flaw, however. If you push the button forward while it's down, the remote will hold the shutter open. That's a great feature, but it's so easy to do on accident that I would keep the shutter open and not feel like I did anything differently. This would only ruin a picture if you were in bulb mode, but it threw me off the first couple of times it happened. It would be nice if there was a bit more resistance with that shutter hold. Still, I recommend this completely. It does everything a cable release needs to, and at a much lower cost than the OEM remote. 4Maybe one of the best value accessories for Nikon DSLs I just ordered two replacement units after my first one got damaged. I use these remotes for more than 50% of my shots since I frequently use a tripod for HDR photography and night shots. Unfortunately I was trying to take a timer shot under very windy conditions and left my remote plugged in. My camera and very heavy tripod got blown over and the connector of this unit absorbed the impact and broke. Totally my fault - fortunately it helped cushion the impact for my camera. The bottom line is that at for the price this remote does everything is claims and so I order two replacements just to make sure I never get caught without one. It is my favorite camera gizmo.The button on the unit mimics the main shutter button very well allowing focus/shoot depending on how far pressed. The button on the remote is a tad stiffer than the camera button but not by much. The locking function is great. I take many night shots with 30 second to 2+ minute exposures; the lock makes it simple. The quality of this unit isn't the absolute highest but is it more than adequate any amateur such as myself and for the price it is amazing (I paid less than $8 total with shipping).If I have a complaint about this unit (and most units like this I have seen) the connector is straight. This makes is more prone to getting broken inadvertently. A 90 degree connector would make this unit even better for ungraceful, boneheaded people such a myself. Then again, my camera, rather than my $4 remote, might be broken now if the design were different.... 5Love this cable Love this cable.I shoot stock photos daily. I had been using remotes which fail often and then I use the 2 second delay on my Nikon as a lot of shots are at 1/20 of a second and sometimes lower. I saw this cable and figured it was worth a try.It works flawlessly. Plugged into the D7100 and nothing else needed. Press the button no different than pressing the button on the camera. There is a hold feature that is easily accidentally pushed. If it doesn't work, be sure that hold slider isn't pushed forward. Now that i figured that out, no issues. I have taken about 400 shots using this and it hasn't failed once. Just when I had accidentally slid the hold slider up, that was my fault, not that release. 5I am glad I got this wired remote I am glad I got this wired remote, although I find that the wire can get a little cumbersome when trying to shoot quickly. I take a lot of pics of my cat, and since they're action shots, I need a stable camera. I have it set up on a tripod and often leave this remote shutter release control plugged in. But the cord is thick and flexible but not exceptionally so. It is sometimes hard to wrangle it from where I might end up resting it.I also like the ability to slide the piece forward that holds down the button for several auto shots, but sometimes it gets accidentally engaged. It can be annoying, especially if your camera was out of focus, and now you have a billion shots that you don't really want, and you missed a good shot because the stupid slide thing was engaged when it wasn't supposed to be, and it wouldn't stop shooting in time to refocus. (Yes, there's AF continuous for a string of shots, but sometimes that's not the best plan.)All in all, it's a decent little control. I might consider getting a wireless one next time, though. 4Great for taking pictures of fireworks and anything else you don't want to touch your camera for. I'm a shaky person most of the time. Not ever noticeable until I've got my camera open for a long exposure. (and by long, i mean like 1/60th is sometimes too long for my hands.)No, it's not a medical problem, I just forget I've got the shutter open longer and i move on to the next shot before I get the first one, or i stumble, or the wind just about knocks me over, or I probably should be using my tripod, but i forgot it at home again and I'm too rebellious or worried about setting my camera down for more than a few seconds. It could be the fact that I have too much caffiene coursing through my veins, or that I'm terribly clumsy that causes all this. Doesn't matter.for those times i do remember my tripod, or monopod, or can remember to set my camera down, I use this shutter release.This keeps me from knocking my camera off things, or bumping the tripod or monopod, or giving that stupid little wiggle to my shot. this is a fantastic item. I think everyone should have something like this for their camera bag. 5Great remote for my Nikon D3200 I am so glad that I decided to purchase the Pixel Wired Remote Shutter Release Control for my Nikon D3200 camera. I frequently travel around the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, FL taking pictures and one of my favorite things to shoot is fireworks. I was paranoid that if I had a wireless remote that it would die on me, so I got this wired one after talking with some friends about the pros and cons of wired vs wireless. The thing that I love about this remote is that it's really just plug and push the button. It is super quick to set up and I don't have to change to remote mode in my settings. The cord is long enough that I can step back and just snap away and enjoy what I am shooting instead of having to be extremely close to my camera. The locking mechanism for long exposures is a huge plus so I don't have to sit and hold the button down. The only downside to this remote is that because the plug is very similar depending on which way you look at it, it's a bit harder to plug in when you are in a low light situation. I just turn my cell phone flashlight on and then I can make sure it's plugged in correctly.I purchased this item at full price. 5Works Well, Only One Minor Complaint (or two, maybe...) It works well on my Nikon D5100 and it is obviously sturdier than other cheaper ones. The only issue I have is it is PRETTY BIG (it is about twice the size of ones I have used in the past). Not a big deal... unless your camera bag is STUFFED with too much gear already.But so far so good and it look like it is going to be durable~~~~~ UPDATE Jan 25, 2015 ~~~~~~~Just a quick update... it is still working fine after several months and about a thousand shots or so.It is still big, too...If you have one of the Nikon D5X00 series camersa (d5100, D5200, etc.,), then it kind of gets in the way of the articulating screen - probably less so for the D5000, since the hing for the LCD screen is on the bottom).Really, no complaints.~~~~~Update: June 18, 2015:Still works fine. No problems with it.I have probably show well over a thousand frames with it and it is holding up just fine.The only issue is that it is easy to slide the shutter release button forward, which will then put the camera into bulb mode. 4Works in Live View for Nikon d5100 - 4.5 STARS I purchased this remote in order for me to focus the camera during video recording in live view (i.e. filming) without having to reach across the shot of the frame. I considered a wireless remote, but you can't use it to focus only. The wireless remote would focus and take a picture. You couldn't disable the shot (i.e. shutter release).PROS- This remote is essentially an extension of the shutter-release button on the camera. Works in the same manner:-- Half-press the button to focus the lens (if you have a lens that does auto-focus)-- Full press for shutter-release- There is a "hold" function that allows you to hold down the button, slide it up and lock the shutter open in place for long exposure/night shots- This works in in Live View and during video recordings (do not require start/stop of video). I know some comments said it could not, but it worked on my d5100.- Plug & play functionality. No setup required, no setting changes needed. Just plug it in and it works instantly.I would have given it 5 stars, but there are a few things I would've liked better:CONS- would have liked a longer cable- the button doesn't "click" and have any haptic/tactile feedback when fully depressed, so it's hard to tell if the shot went through until after you hear the shutter release on the camera itself. If you're not close to your camera, and cannot hear the shutter, you may not know if the shot went through or not.- very lightweight, but not in the sense that it is travel friendly, but in a cheaply designed, easy to break mannerOVERALLIt does everything I wanted and needed it to do. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a remote. I would repurchase this over and over again. 4Good, works, feels solid. SYMMETRICAL PLUG, ONLY WORKS ONE WAY This works fine on my D5000, exactly as advertised. Can't speak to any other cameras. It plugs into the GPS port. It is nicely sized, not so small you can't push it if you have large hands. It feels well constructed. Button has a nice spring to it.One caveat.... The plug will fit in both ways. It is symmetrical. But it only works in one orientation. In the wrong orientation it still acts as if it is working, but it doesn't focus or atke the photo. Once you flip it around, it works fine. Maybe this was obvious to some of you, but it took me a few minutes to figure out my error. The plus is labeled with an arrow on either side so that doesn't help either. This was not noted in the included instructions either. 4
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