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MC DC2 Nikon Remote Shutter Release

MC DC2 Nikon Remote Shutter Release This Nikon remote shutter release allows you to remotely release the shutter to any Nikon Nikon electronic camera (DC S, D, and E Series). The Nikon DC Shutter Release allows you to close the shutter remotely from Nikon electronic cameras. Great for focusing and taking photos with the camera on a tripod. Unnecessary for other Nikon products.


The MC DC2 Nikon Remote Shutter Release is lightweight, ultra-compact, and super-fast. There’s no need to wiggle your fingers to open the aperture, control shutter speed, and more – just press a button, and the remote shutter release will shoot a preview of your photos. The MC DC2 is an ideal companion for a professional photographer. In particular, it can be used to remotely take photos of people and pets. You’ll be able to quickly take photos when in public and without running into people or pets.

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How to Use the Nikon MC DC2:

Adjust the Mode to ‘Remote Shutter Release’

The Nikon DC Shutter Release lever has a circular switch, which, when pressed down, triggers a small switch on the other side of the button. Hold the switch, then press the shutter release button, and it will work just as if it were a normal shutter release. The next photo is captured automatically.

When the Nikon DC Shutter Release button is pressed, it will automatically trigger the On/Off button.

Set-up your Nikon DC Shutter Release to Take Photos

When the Nikon DC Shutter Release button is pressed, the On/Off button will automatically trigger the On/Off button. You can choose which to use to take photos. The shutter button will open the shutter and allow you to take photos. When you take photos, simply move your hand from the camera to the Nikon DC Shutter Release button and then, press the shutter release button, and the image will be taken. When taking pictures, the shutter button will close and the button will be deactivated, allowing you to continue to use your camera.

Release the Nikon DC Shutter Release will automatically re-set.

  1. To lock the Nikon DC Shutter Release will open up and will lock.
  2. To release the Nikon DC Shutter Release, press the Off/On switch, which will switch the button to Off.

Finger Functionality

The thumb grip of the Nikon DC Shutter Release allows you to control the focusing and auto-exposure functions. So you can focus on the main subject, and once you take your photo, you can use your thumb to adjust the exposure and other settings.

Lever Lever Operation

The lever action of the Nikon DC Shutter Release allows you to quickly change between focus and aperture priority (A/S/M). To change the aperture, use the lever movement in the lower left of the camera. To change focus, use the lever in the upper right. Use both hands to operate the shutter release and the other settings. To hold the focus (AF) position, use the index and middle finger of your right hand, while the thumb of your left-hand controls the AF point. The buttons on the remote shutter release are located on the right side of the Nikon DC Shutter Release.

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