Question about Nikon MCDC2 Wired Remote Control for D90 Remote Control
There's only one button on the MC-DC2. Just plug it into the appropriate jack on the camera. You don't need to change any settings on the camera.
The button on the MC-DC2 now does exactly what the shutter release button on the camera does. The only exception is when the shutter speed is set to bulb. In this case the shutter remains open as long as the button is held down. There's a hold ring around the button on the remote; press the button and slide the ring in the direction of the arrow to hold the button down. Slide the ring in the other direction to close the shutter.
Posted on Jan 25, 2012
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