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The dual-in-line jack is smaller and no doubt lighter duty than the circular 10 pin but tey do the same thing. That means a simple adaptor could convert old 10 pin plug terminated cables to the miniture in-line socket.
Speaking of remotes, the ML-3 will be a lot more functional with the sensors front and rear so it can now be used outdoors just as effectively as indoors from behind the camera.
The number of features this camera is assumed to have left out is dropping by the day, as more is learned about it.
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