Aquatica Remote Control Release

Aquatica Remote Control Release

Aquatica Remote Control Release

B&H # AQRTND90 MFR # 19306
Aquatica Remote Control Release

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  • For Nikon D90 in Aquatica Housings

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This Aquatica Remote Control Release allows you to fire the camera from a distance. Possible applications include: Pole camera operation for shark or whale photography, and long exposures on a tripod mounted housing for deep wreck photography. There is also a host of other scientific or professional photo uses.

The trigger assembly is made of anodized aluminum. It is connected to the included extra bulkhead via a standard Nikonos to Ikelite strobe cable. The cable can be lengthened by adding an extension cord. One end of the inner cable is attached to the additional bulkhead. The other side gets plugged into the camera's electronic cable release socket. You can now trigger the camera from a distance. Since the Aqautica housing, for the Nikon D90 allows mounting of a 3rd bulkhead, you still have dual strobe capabilities.

Compatible with Canon 1Ds Mark III Camera in Aquatica Housings
Additional bulkhead included, so remote control release and dual strobes can be operated at the same time
Depth rating up to 300' (90 m)
Comfortably sized grip with knurled pattern for secure non slip handling
Quick response push button
Accepts popular off the shelf cords for connecting; can easily be extended to 20'+
Simple to assemble design for the traveling diver
1/4"-20 threaded hole for pole mounting
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Aquatica Remote Control Release
  • Nikonos Bulkhead
  • Grip
  • Internal Cable
  • 1-Year Warranty
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