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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.
ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control (Infrared) 4.3 5 40 40
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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Is this compatible with D800? if not is there a replacement? (did not see D800 listed)

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Not compatible, you will need the ML-3
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Remote-Cords/4645/ML-3-Compact-Modulite-Remote.html
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Does the ML-L3 work for mirror-up remote?

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Which camera?
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I press the remote button however,the infra red light does not light up nor take the picture
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Set shutter release mode in your camera to delayed remote or quick response remote mode, and press the button of the remote control
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