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by Anthony Medici on Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:47 am
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Here's the cheapest 10 pin wired remove I've seen...

https://www.amazon.com/Vello-RS-N1II-Remote-Compatible-Cameras/dp/B0085MS0YS/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=10+pin+remote+control+for+nikon&qid=1565189159&s=gateway&sr=8-4

And a slightly more expensive one.

https://www.amazon.com/Foto-Tech-Shutter-Release-Connection/dp/B00WTNKO0W/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=10+pin+remote+control+for+nikon&qid=1565189256&s=gateway&sr=8-10

Google for 10 pin remote for nikon to see others. I'd also google for a similar on for the D750.
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by Cynthia Crawford on Wed Aug 07, 2019 3:41 pm
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Paul Skoczylas wrote:
Cynthia Crawford wrote:
Paul Skoczylas wrote:
Doesn't Nikon make a wired remote?  I'm a Canon user, and all the cameras I've owned all take the same one.  I have two--a regular one, and the one with an intervalometer built in.  And for my new 5D4, I have the Canon app on my phone...

-Paul

Hi Paul

Nikon makes several wired remotes. All very expensive, ($200+)  and nothing I can see that works with all 3 cameras. The one cheaper  version will work only with D750. Guess I could try the app for Nikon



Ouch!  I just looked at the B&H website, and Canon has two kinds (depending on the camera).  The cheaper one is $21 and the expensive one is $47.  The intervalometer one is $135.

But it looks like they have a couple of less expensive Nikon ones as well.  One is $27 and one is $65.  Would those work on some or all of your cameras? 

Hi Paul. Yes- one works for the D750, another for the D500 and D850.  Some look cheap, but they are only part of a set-you need maybe one or 2 other pieces to make it work, at least for some cameras which adds up to $$$.  Pooh on Nikon. The cheaper ones are also just shutter releases-nothing more. (Maybe that's the way to go, or try my phone, though I have my doubts. It doesn't work where I live as a phone. ) Almost all the reviews of everything I've looked at so far, get a fair quantity of bad reviews, especially things like "failed after 1. day/month...etc.)
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by Cynthia Crawford on Wed Aug 07, 2019 3:42 pm
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Anthony Medici wrote:

Thanks, Tony. Those get pretty poor reviews on Amazon. Onwards....
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by signgrap on Wed Aug 07, 2019 4:01 pm
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Cynthia Crawford wrote:
Anthony Medici wrote:

Thanks, Tony. Those get pretty poor reviews on Amazon. Onwards....

One thing to bear in mind when looking at reviews online is that the vast majority of people who are satisfied with a product don't write a review. On the other hand those who are unhappy with a product are much more likely to write a negative review. The Foto-Tech release does not have any reviews which probably means it's either new or no one is unhappy with it. I have no knowledge one way or the other. If the price is reasonable it is not a big risk. Waiting to find something at a low price AND have all good reviews can be a very long wait.  
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