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Sigma CR-21 Cable Release Switch for Sigma SD14, SD15 and SD1 Merrill Digital Camera

B&H # SICR21 Mfr # AR5000
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The Sigma CR-21 Cable Release Switch is a wired remote for the Sigma SD14, SD15 and SD1 Merrill Digital cameras. Use of this cable release reduces the risk of camera-shake, which can result in blurred images, and is especially useful when using the camera with the Mirror up and when using super-telephoto lenses.

Sigma CR-21 Cable Release Switch for Sigma SD14, SD15 and SD1 Merrill Digital Camera
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    SigmaCR-21 Cable Release Switch
     
    4.0

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    4.0

    Works Fine with SD15 too

    By Tom

    from Washington, DC area

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

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      Best Uses

      • Portraits
      • Studio

      Comments about Sigma CR-21 Cable Release Switch:

      Easy to use: just pry off the release jack cover on the SD15 and plug it in. Be careful to keep the SD15 jack cover safe, because it is easily lost.
      This wired release lets me be behind the camera. If I understand correctly, the infrared remote release requires you to be in front of the camera, so I was not interested in it.
      I am giving it only 4 stars instead of 5 because I find it a little too easy to latch the button in the "pressed" position.
      You would use the latch feature when shooting bulb, because you have to keep the button pressed in to keep the shutter open.

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