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Aputure Digital LCD AP-TR1N

Aputure Digital LCD AP-TR1N - Remote Switch
Remote Switch For Nikon
Code:  APR1051 Product Number:  AP-TR1N
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Aputure Digital LCD AP-TR1N Discontinued

Aputure Digital LCD AP-TR1N

Do you own a Nikon camera? Do you often shoot pictures from a tripod? The AP-TR1N LCD cable release must definitely not be missed. With its help you eliminate the vibrations almost to zero and additionally have many other excellent features. It allows precise control of shutter release, scanning frequency and exposure duration, which can be set from 1 second to 99 hours. Everything is displayed on a clear LCD display. The device also captures other features as well as simple controls.

Note: AP-TR1N cable release is compatible with Nikon D1, D1H, D1X, D2H, D2Hs, D2X, D2Xs, D3, D3X, D4, D200, D300s, D800, F90, F90x, F100, but also Fujifilm Finepix S3 Pro and S5 Pro and Kodak DCS-14N.

Key features

  • Practical LCD cable release (not only) for Nikon cameras
  • Significant reduction of vibrations
  • Check trigger triggering, scanning frequency and exposure duration
  • Clear LCD display
  • Simple control
  • Cable length 80 cm

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