FE/FM/FA Series Model(s) - Shared Resources
The Original MR-1 Shutter Release This allows you to hook on to the remote terminal on the hand grip to act as a shutter trigger button vertically. The current version is MR3.
Some Accessories for Motor Drive Operations
Pistol Grip Model 2 Screw into the tripod socket of the MD-11 (or the lens mounted on the camera) to serve both as a means of support and as a means of motorized triggering when working with long telephoto lenses; MC-3 required for electrical connection. A seldom used accessory. Look odd and funny for general usage, but I still see some are using it for wildlife, but not very often seen it around the sports arenas.
MC-3 Connecting Cord Provides electrical connection between the trigger button of the Pistol Grip Model 2 and the remote-control socket of the MD-11. MC-4 Remote Cord For connecting remote-control triggering circuits to the MD-11/MD12. One end of the cord is fitted with the standard plug for the remote-control socket of Nikon motor drives; the other end has two "banana" plugs for connection to triggering circuits of your own device. The cable can be extended to any length, provided that circuit resistance does not exceed 1 kilo-ohm.
MW-1 Radio Control Set Provides the photographer with a wireless, remote-control triggering capability for an MD-1 1-equipped FM. The set can operate up to three cameras, either simultaneously or individually, at ranges of up to 0.7km. Battery powered, the MW-1 is compact and lightweight, making it ideal for field use. It connects to the remote control socket on the MD-11 via the MC-5 cord supplied with the set. (Please note that in some countries this equipment may not be usable owing to differences in operable frequency.)
Also check the MW-2 setup.
ML-1 Modulite Remote Control Set Can be used to trigger an MD-1 1-equipped FM by remote control at distances of up to 60 meters. Using Nikon's modulated light system, the ML-l set assures you of trouble-free remote control operation over moderate distances, The set's lightweight and compact size, plus its use of just one 9V laminated dry battery, make it ideal for field or studio use. Connection to the motor drive's remote control socket is by the MC-8 connecting cord which comes with the set.
The current ML-2 set is even more compact, works with virtually all models, including the AF models.
MT-1 Intervalometer Nikon's precision digital timing unit for slow sequence shooting of experiments or work study programs. Fully solid-state, the unit requires only four AA size penlight batteries to power it, making it compact enough for on-location use.
MC-5 cord supplied for connection with M D-1 1 -equipped FM. Exposure intervals of up to eight minutes can be set on the MT-1's control panel.
Check the current quartz version.
Operation manual (PDF Format: 202k) or an alternative source is from here: http://www.lensinc.net/manuals/MD-11user.pdf
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Recommended links to understand more technical details related to the Nikkor F-mount and production Serial Number:
http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-153.html by: my friend, Rick Oleson
http://www.zi.ku.dk/personal/lhhansen/photo/fmount.htm by: Hansen, Lars Holst
W A R N I N G: The New G-SERIES Nikkor lenses have no aperture ring on the lens, they CANNOT ADJUST APERTURES with any of these manual focus Nikon FE series SLR camera models; please ignore some portion of the content contained herein this site where it relates.
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