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Impact Shutter Release Cable for Nikon Cameras with 10-Pin Connector

BH #IMC2.5N10P • MFR #RSC-N1-25
Impact
Impact Shutter Release Cable for Nikon Cameras with 10-Pin Connector
Key Features
  • Use with Remote Triggers with 2.5mm Jack
This Shutter Release Cable for Nikon Cameras with 10-Pin Connector from Impact allows you to wirelessly fire your Nikon camera using an optional receiver and separately purchased transmitter. This coiled accessory cable measures 16" in length and 36" when stretched.
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Impact RSC-N1-25 Overview

This Shutter Release Cable for Nikon Cameras with 10-Pin Connector from Impact allows you to wirelessly fire your Nikon camera using an optional receiver and separately purchased transmitter. This coiled accessory cable measures 16" in length and 36" when stretched.

UPC: 847628589339

Impact RSC-N1-25 Specs

CompatibilityNikon cameras with 10-pin connector
Connectors10-Pin jack to 2.5 mm sub-mini jack
LengthCoiled: approximately 16" (40.6 cm)
Stretched: approximately 36" (91.4 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.7 x 2.7 x 0.5"

Impact RSC-N1-25 Reviews

Release Cable

By Sheldon L
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-07-05

The unit is working fine ! Thank you for your help .

works great

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-26

great cord

works great

By Reed
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-12-28

works great...�� nuff said

Essential product, but could stand a redesign

By Timothy
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-28

I've been using these for years with my Nikon D810, D800 and D300. I consider the cable release to be absolutely indispensable for macro photography (or just about any photography where the subject allows for mirror-up mode). The product works as advertised, but I wish the cord was more durable and/or angled slightly differently. When used with the camera on a tripod (90% of my work), I have no complaints. However, sometimes I need to hold the camera, and I find that if I'm not extremely careful, my left wrist presses against the cord at the worst possible place and eventually leads to a broken connection inside. If the cord were angled differently, it would be easier to hand-hold without worrying about placing an undue strain on it. Until I find a better product, I've just been reinforcing the cord with a curved, lightweight piece of metal and keeping a spare with me at all times.

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