Miops Mobile Dongle Kit for Nikon D70 and D80 Cameras

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Miops Mobile Dongle Kit for Nikon D70 and D80 Cameras
Key Features
  • Connects Smartphone Directly to Camera
  • Allows Triggering with MIOPS MOBILE App
  • Remote Shutter Release Modes
  • Vibration, Sound, Motion, Distance Modes
Trigger your camera directly from your smartphone with this Miops Mobile Dongle Kit for Nikon D70 and D80 cameras. By using the MIOPS MOBILE app for iOS and Android devices, users can access a variety of different triggering modes for creative imaging techniques. This includes basic shutter release settings like Press&Hold, Press&Lock, Timed Release, Self Timer, and HDR as well as Vibration, Sound, Motion, and Distance sensing triggers. Additionally, it has some time-lapse photography modes to help you create stunning videos. This kit comes with a connection cable that is compatible with Nikon D70 and D80 cameras.
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Expected availability: 3-5 weeks
$37.00

Miops Mobile Dongle Kit for Nikon D70 and D80 Cameras

Miops MIOPS-MD-N2 Overview

Trigger your camera directly from your smartphone with this Miops Mobile Dongle Kit for Nikon D70 and D80 cameras. By using the MIOPS MOBILE app for iOS and Android devices, users can access a variety of different triggering modes for creative imaging techniques. This includes basic shutter release settings like Press&Hold, Press&Lock, Timed Release, Self Timer, and HDR as well as Vibration, Sound, Motion, and Distance sensing triggers. Additionally, it has some time-lapse photography modes to help you create stunning videos. This kit comes with a connection cable that is compatible with Nikon D70 and D80 cameras.

UPC: 791154017661

Miops MIOPS-MD-N2 Specs

Connector 1Dongle: 3.5 mm male
Camera Connection Cable: 3.5 mm male
Connector 2Dongle: 3.5 mm female
Camera Connection Cable: Nikon D70 and D80
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 2.8 x 0.7"
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