[Tips] Shutter release cable adapter for pack 100

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[Tips] Shutter release cable adapter for pack 100

Postby Dêche » Tue 07 December 2010 / 09:54 am

Here's the thing:


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This piece of plastic is a cable tie mount, that you can find in any good DIY store. It will allow you to adapt any standard shutter release cable on any pack 100, without modifying a thing on your camera.


Once mounted on a 250:


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The piece can be clipped on the shutter button and resist to the piston pressure. (try not to exaggerate though)



A demo:


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A solution that will cost you almost nothing while waiting to get the real thing ! 0,096 Eur or 0,12$ polahehe

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Postby waz » Tue 07 December 2010 / 10:05 am

Thanks for the DYI instruction !
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Postby Lemim » Tue 07 December 2010 / 11:22 am

Yes, thanx dude for this amazing tip :super:

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Postby ped » Thu 17 February 2011 / 11:04 am

Thanks for the tip! How does the block attach to the camera? Does it just happen to fit nice and tight, or have you stuck it on somehow?

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Postby photon » Thu 17 February 2011 / 11:13 am

ped wrote:Thanks for the tip! How does the block attach to the camera? Does it just happen to fit nice and tight, or have you stuck it on somehow?

Cheers
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Hi,

the answer to your question could be found here

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Postby photon » Thu 17 February 2011 / 11:24 am

uhhhh,

is true , that in english the information in magenta fonts is not available.

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Postby ped » Thu 17 February 2011 / 11:24 am

Link seems to send me to a page to register an account?

EDIT: Ahh I see, thanks! Have just posted an introduction :)

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Postby Instant Integral » Wed 23 February 2011 / 04:24 am

Ha thats pretty cool! Nice Tip polahehe

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Postby ped » Sat 26 February 2011 / 13:48 pm

Excellent, just saw the video... I'll find one of those blocks. I just won an auction for 3 self timers which are lovely pieces of kit so I don't need the cable release so much now, but I'll still make one :)

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Postby Clicker » Tue 10 July 2012 / 17:03 pm

Hello !

Where can i buy this little black plastic-thing in germany ?

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Postby bimo » Tue 10 July 2012 / 21:56 pm

Hi,

You should find this thing in a DIY or hardware shop in Germany, maybe to help you the best is to print the pic and show it to an employee at the shop, and parhaps bring your camera too, that may be useful!

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Postby xya » Wed 11 July 2012 / 00:38 am

no, I don't think we have these in germany. we have a different system called "iso druck-schelle" which serves the same purpose but won't fit at all.
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Postby chiso » Wed 11 July 2012 / 08:16 am

I think I have some of this stuff left. Give your address in PM. Nevertheless my shutter didn't work that well because the piece is not deep enough. I'll post some picture this afternoon to show you
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Postby jacktimo » Fri 05 July 2013 / 10:44 am

Does it just happen to fit nice and tight, or have you stuck it on somehow?



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