This is a great wireless remote for Nikon.
I haven't used it for a few years since I no longer have any
I am asking $30 plus shipping for all in the photo.
Post which Nikon’s are Compatible.
I had a Nikon D750, D500, D700.
It doesn't say on the boxes. It just says compatible with NIKON.
Here is a photo of the connections.
"Post which Nikon’s are Compatible." ggenova64
The Vello FreeWave Plus likely may only work on Pro-Level Nikon Cameras which have a 10 pin connector:
These include the following: D2X, D2Hs, D2Xs, D3 series, D4 series, D5, D6. D200, D300 series, D500, D700, D800 series, D810 series, D850.
Caveat: Since the Vello uses an electronic signal all bets are off as to which of the aforementioned Pro-Level cameras will actually respond correctly.
That said the provided image also shows a Nikon MC-30 which is what I use... I can say with absolute authority the MC-30 works flawlessly with my my D300; D3; D3x; D700; and D810. The Nikon MC-30 remote trigger release is an absolute must have for those doing studio product assignments. The Nikon MC-30 is currently available from Authorized Nikon Distributors for $64.95https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/892746-REG/Nikon_27030_MC_30A_31_5_Trigger_Release.html
So please don't trust my word here... There are 195 reviews of the essential piece of kit on the B&H site.
Roni's asking price for the aggregate kit is likely worth it for the MC-30... The Vello? no comment...
Important Note: Neither of those remotes will work on Roni's prosumer D750 which doesn't have a 10-pin connector..
Hope this helps ggenova64
[quote=Thomas902]"Post which Nikon’s are Compatible."
Thanks so much for the added information.
I use the Vello Free Wave on my D5600 and it works flawlessly, especially the repeat function. Beats the heck out of running back and forth to take additional images. And I can set up my D5600 beside the bird feeder, located on the far side of my patio, and sit inside my house and repeatedly take images of the birds, and occasional bushy-tailed tree rat, that frequent my feeder.
Thank you trapper... Yep, it appears it has a Nikon MC-DC2 connector... so yes it will work on many non-professinal bodies... including your D5600 and Roni's D750
The image Roni posted of the connectors showed a 10-pin connector... my bad I assumed the Vello Free Wave was using the 10-pin... That said the Vello will NOT work with Nikon Professional Cameras... that requires a 10 pin connector.
Good catch trapper... much appreciated!
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