Using remote shutter release with L-bracket
Like many others, I'm waffling between the D600 and D800. One of the deciding factors has been the placement of the remote shutter release on the D600--right where the RRS L-bracket fits. I don't want to have to loosen the bracket to make room for the connector each time I mount it to a tripod, and I'm not entirely sure the itty-bitty wireless remote would be practical when wearing gloves, as I did on a recent outing in a blizzard.
However, it seems criminal to pay $900 more just for a 10-pin connector.
#1. "RE: Using remote shutter release with L-bracket" | In response to Reply # 0Garys Registered since 22nd Sep 2009Sat 23-Feb-13 01:38 PM
I do not know if this will help.
"Vello FreeWave Wireless Remote Shutter Release"
I use it with my D600 and it works great.
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#2. "RE: Using remote shutter release with L-bracket" | In response to Reply # 0
I have a D600 with Kirk L plate (non grip version).
I can confirm you can plug in the MC-DC2 wired remote without loosening the L Bracket.
The L Bracket sits securely but off centre in portrait orientation on my Markins M20 quick release ball head.
Hope that helps
EDITED to add: I noted you are wanting the RRS L Bracket - mine is Kirk so there might be a difference
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