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08-13-2009, 02:50 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by Russell-Evans Quote
Once you figure out which remote you will use, add a flag to the plug to make it easier to remove the plug from the camera.

I used one inch gaffers tape and a hole punch to create the flag. It isn't very stiff and can be folded over. I have a L-bracket on the camera, so this is really a necessity. Without the bracket, it is still very nice to have. It really pays for itself on a cold night.

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This is a good idea so you need not pull on the wire itself to pull the plug out!

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The JueYing RS-C1 Remote Shutter Switch is alot easier to pull out than the Pentax plug. The plug head is a little larger.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Fl_Gulfer Quote
The plug head is a little larger.
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