Vintage Dual Wire Shutter Release Cable with Lock – Tested and working - c. 1950's

Sold by SopworthVintage
$17.89
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$17.89
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This handy wire shutter release cable is perfect for anyone wanting to fire two vintage cameras at the same time.

The ergonomically shaped handle allows easy release and is easy to place in position by means of the lock, which makes it ideal for time exposures (bulb).

The two cables measure approximately 22cm and 12cm in length.


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