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Enables wireless remote shutter release. Trigger the shutter remotely when using slower shutter speeds to prevent camera movement.
The range is approx. 16 ft in front of the camera.


Useful for triggering the shutter remotely when using slower shutter speeds, to prevent camera movement.
Infrared Remote Control enables wireless remote shutter release of select Nikon D-SLR, Nikon 1 and COOLPIX cameras.

The ML-L3 offers an immediate release mode and two second delay mode.
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A Great Addition To My Camera Bag This remote works great, especially for group photos, where you also want to be in the shot. Just set up your camera on a tripod, set the release mode to "remote", and press the button. Doesn't get any better, easier, and simpler than that. This remote also works great for doing landscapes if you are going for long exposures. May 13, 2013
But first learn how to use it........ I found that with one press of the IR remote the shutter does not operate for about 20 seconds. You can however press the remote a second time after the mirror is raised raised, at any time you choose to operate the shutter, giving you a delay of your choice up to about 20 seconds. April 22, 2013
Excellent addition to my photographic tool kit I use this with my DSLR, D5000 and my Coolpix P7700. In a previous review there was a complicated approach to the D5000. An easier one for me is: 1) Press the "I" button on the back (bottom left), 2) toggle down to "Release mode" (normally set at "S"), press "OK" and 3) toggle down to remote image (last) and press "OK." Once you turn the camera off, it will authomatically return to the "S" release mode. I like to use the remote for most of my hand held shots, to avoid camera shake. Very nice accessory and reasonably priced. December 7, 2012
great product love the remote. we have a big family so its perfect. make sure to set the release-mode to remote or 2 second release. June 15, 2012
Excellent remote at a great price Super product. Works perfectly. (To those who can't make the ML-L3 function, LOOK AT YOUR CAMERA MANUAL. For most models, set the release-mode dial to "remote," then go into the shooting menu and choose between immediate release and delay.) March 7, 2012
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Why not try "stacking " it is a lot easier on your sensor and battery.
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D7000 with ML-L3 will only allow for 30 minutes of exposure
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Is there any way to remotely start and stop video recording on the D600?

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Just confirmed WU-1B cannot control video.
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MC-D2 remote cord, I have read the WU-1B wireless adapter can be used but I can't find any literature confirming that.
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Does this remote has the locking feature presend in the mc-dc2 ? (for long exposures)

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When the ML-L3 remote control is used in M mode, users can selected '- -' as the shutter speed. At this setting, the shutter opens when the shutter-release button on the optional ML-L3 remote control is pressed and remains open until the remote-control shutter-release button is pressed a second time (maximum exposure time is 30 minutes).
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Up to 30 minutes.
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D5100 owner. I want to know if i will need to keep my finger on the release button while operating in bulb mode or if i can lock the button just as i would in the mc-dc2.
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You would have to hold it as there is no lock switch.
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Use timer setting with ML-L3 and shutter will remain open for up to 30 minutes.
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If the button is held, will D7000 do continuous shooting?

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No one shot at a time.

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No, one at a time
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is there a wireless remote for L820?

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Nikon doesn't make one.
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bulb mode and ML-L3 remote

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I'm using the ML-L3 remote with my D3200. I was under the impression that in Bulb mode the remote would open the shutter with one click of the remote and then close it with the subsequent click. However, when I change the release mode to remote, "Bulb" changes to "Time" and I have no idea what to do next.

My goal is to take some long exposures and use the remote to open and close the shutter. But now I'm wondering if the remote is actually capable of this function. Thanks
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https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11940

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I am using cable release with tripod. Never try bulb mode with remote. Put your camera on Manual Mode and your lens on Manual Focus. Set release mode to remote and press release button on remote. Hope it will work
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I HAVE A NIKON D90,DOES THE ML-L3 WIRELESS REMOTE WORK WITH THIS CAMERA?

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Yes it does.
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Yes it works with the D90
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lost guide and going to use on another camera, Is there a user guild I can assess online?
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The manual for the camera you are going to use this item with should tell you if it is compatible
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Please see link below:

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Is the ML-L3 compatible with the Coolpix P500?

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If it is not, which remote release should I order?
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Nikon does not make a wireless remote for a Coolpix P500

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A simple Google search with your exact question would have led you to the page where a member of the Nikon staff had answered this question previously:

"The COOLPIC P500 is not compatible with the ML-L3 Remote."
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Will I be able to use it for the D3100?
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No, the only remote would be the MC-DC2 remote which has a cable.
 
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i do not know how to pair it up with my camera. help.

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i have a d90 bd the wireless remote.
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Please see link below:

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Is the ML-L3 compatible with the D40?

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Yes, the D40 is compatible with the ML-L3.
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Will this remote give me full control of the shutter speed?

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Since the max timer on the "S" mode for shutter speed is 30 seconds, will this allow me to hold the shutter open for longer than 30 seconds?
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If you are in "bulb" then yes, just holg the button down and lock it.
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Is it compatable with the D300s?

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No. But the ML-3 is.
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What is the battery type the ML-L3 uses?

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The battery model is the CR2025.
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Is the ML-L3 compatible with the D700?

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No, the ML-L3 is not compatible. You can use the ML-3 Modulite Remote Control Set or one of ours Remote controls.
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You say that this remote is not compatible with the D3100. Will there be a wireless remote available for this camera in the near future?

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You can use the MC-DC2 remote cord.
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ML-L3 setup for D5000

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I have a D5000. How do I setup the ML-L3 remote?
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Please see pages #65 and 67 of the user's manual for information on how to set the ML-L3 wireless remote control.
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what are the physical dimentions of the ML-L3

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Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 1.1 inches
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trigger recording?

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Does this remote trigger the record button on the D5100? If not, are there any remote controllers out there that can? If someone could answer this ASAP, that would be great (I have to pitch the camera to my boss tomorrow!!)
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The ML-L3 will only trigger the shutter to take pictures.
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How does it work I have D60

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You can use it as a remote shutter release for self- portraits or to prevent blur caused by the camera shake.
Please see page # 46, 54 and 55 of the user's manual for the D60.
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Does this remote shutter work with video recording button if remote video taking is required

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The ML-L3 will only trigger the shutter to take photos.
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how to use the ML-L3 with the 5100

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Go to page 37 of you camera's manual.
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Is there a remote that makes the d5100 record video????
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No, sorry.
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How to use ML-L3 with Coolpix 8400 and 8800?

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Followed user manual instructions but still does not work. Also verified that ML-L3 troubleshooting problems listed in manual are not the cause.
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The ML-L3 is not compatible with the COOLPIXs 8400 and 8800.
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What kind of IR remote controller is compatible with Coolpix 8400 and 8800?

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Both Coolpixs 8400 and 8800 have infrared receivers on them to control the shutter. How are these receivers to be used?
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is the mll3 compatible with the D200 & if so how do I link it to the camera ?

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No, it's not compatible. Nikon D200 need ML-3.
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ML-L3 wireless remote control how it work in the bulb mode

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The ML-L3 wireless Remote control is used for self-portrait and to reduce camera shake when mounted on a tripod. Please see user's manual of your camera for more information regarding remote releases.
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What is the approx. usage of the battery in this remote?

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There is no on/off switch on the remote. Does the camera's remote mode activate the battery in the remote or is the remote always looking for a signal and therefore the battery is always active? It seems like my battery died a few days after I the first time I used the remote. I didn't use it too much and the remote mode was turned off after using it. I realize it could have been an old battery, but I'm also trying to get an idea of how often I will need to replace the battery based on my usage.
 
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The ML-L3 is only activated when the button is press. You’ll need to check the specifications of the battery.
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