Promote Systems Shutter Control Cable N10

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Promote Systems
Promote Systems Shutter Control Cable N10
Key Features
  • For Nikon D3, D3X, D2X, D2Xs, D2Hs, D2H, D200, D300, D700 Digital Cameras
The Promote Control Shutter Cable N10 from Promote Systems is for use with the intuitive Promote Control which adds remote functionality to your digital SLR camera. It allows you to engage High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographs, time lapse sequences and more, quickly and easily.
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Promote Systems N10 Overview

The Promote Control Shutter Cable N10 from Promote Systems is for use with the intuitive Promote Control which adds remote functionality to your digital SLR camera. It allows you to engage High Dynamic Range (HDR) photographs, time lapse sequences and more, quickly and easily.

Enables mirror lock-up functionality
Allows automated exposures longer than 30 seconds
Ensures faster camera reaction to shutter release, especially in "High Dynamic Range" mode
Activates "Manual Hold" mode
Enables arbitrary shutter speeds in "One Shot" and "Time Lapse" modes
Allows pre-focusing the camera using the Promote Control "Focus" button
Enables basic Promote Control shutter release functionality even when out of battery power
UPC: 626570600411

Promote Systems N10 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.085 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.95 x 2.1 x 1.05"
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I want to make sure that I am purchasing the correct Shutter Control Cable. I intend to use the Promote Control unit with my Nikon D4, and in conjunction with the Gigapan Epic Pro. Since the Epic Pro connects to the D4 via the camera's 10 pin where does the Promote Control connect to the camera? The connection is not clearly described in any of the product literature that I have researched.
Asked by: Anonymous
The Promote Systems Shutter Control Cable N10 also plugs into the same 10 pin remote port as the Gigapan.
Answered by: Dan W.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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