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The Aquatica Remote trigger connects to the Aquatica housing and lets a photographer trip the camera shutter from a distance.
Practical application for doing this includes, among others:
The remote trigger switch is equipped with a standard Ikelite bulkhead connector and regular off the shelf sync cord such as Ikelite # 4104.31 Ikelite to Nikonos cord (not included) can be used. Should you require a longer reach their extension cord 4102.03 (0.9m/3ft) or their longer 4102.15 (4.5m/15ft) can be added to the initial cord. In older housings the secondary strobe connector was used for connecting the remote trigger. In newer housings, to avoid having an impact on the strobe configuration, an extra bulkhead connection is provided. In both the older and newer version a small internal remote cord is supplied to interface the camera to the trigger switch.
19300 - Underwater remote trigger for Nikon D200, D2X, D300 (10 pins socket)
19302 - Underwater remote trigger for Canon, 5D, 40D, 30D, 20D and 1D series
19303 - Underwater remote trigger for Canon Rebel series
19304 - Underwater remote trigger for Nikon D3, D700 & D300s (10 pins socket) (extra bulkhead included)
19305 - Underwater remote trigger for Canon 1Ds Mk III, 1D Mk IV, 5D Mk II & 7D (extra bulkhead included)
19306 - Underwater remote trigger for Nikon D90 & D7000 (extra bulkhead included)
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