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Has anyone seen any of these types of plugs in the wild. Belongs to a Nikon
D7000 remote cord?
I'm after some free plugs for a project.
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If there are contacts in the holes that are connected to the spring contacts in the slot it should not be a major problem to fabricate one and make an adapter to a more common connector like an RJ-45.
On 2/8/2012 1:31 AM, Antonio Benci wrote:
> Has anyone seen any of these types of plugs in the wild. Belongs to a
> D7000 remote cord?
> I'm after some free plugs for a project.
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Google Images has a very cool feature: You can drag an image into the
search box and find ones like it. At least we can learn that Nikon calls
this MCDC2. *
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