Enables wireless remote shutter release. Trigger the shutter remotely when using slower shutter speeds to prevent camera movement.
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The Nikon ML-L3 is commonly used for Action shots, Everyday, Everyday use, Home, Landscape photography, Long exposure, Long exposures, Low light, Macro photography, Night photography, Office, Outdoor events / games, Portraits, Professional work, Self portrait, Self portraits, Self-portraits, Studio, Travel and more.The Nikon ML-L3 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Beginner, Casual photographer, Casual user, Enthusiast, Getting started, Photo enthusiast, Professional, Semi-professional among others.The Nikon ML-L3 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon ML-L3: Accurate, Consistent, Convenient, Durable, Easy to use, Improves function, Inexpensive, Lightweight, Reliable, Simple controls and Small
Most Liked Positive Review
ML-L3 with Nikon D7000
At first, there was some head-scratching. The ML-L3 didn't come with an instruction manual. The instructions are in the Nikon D7000 Manual on page 80! I'll summarise it here (for Nikon D7000): 1) Press "MENU" button on camera body. Select the icon that looks like a camera (ie. "SHOOTING MENU"). 2) Scroll up or down until you find "Remote Control Mode", then press "OK". The default is "2s(seconds) Delayed Remote". I chose "Quick-response remote" meaning if you use the ML-L3, the shutter will f...View full Review
At first, there was some head-scratching. The ML-L3 didn't come with an instruction manual. The instructions are in the Nikon D7000 Manual on page 80! I'll summarise it here (for Nikon D7000): 1) Press "MENU" button on camera body. Select the icon that looks like a camera (ie. "SHOOTING MENU"). 2) Scroll up or down until you find "Remote Control Mode", then press "OK". The default is "2s(seconds) Delayed Remote". I chose "Quick-response remote" meaning if you use the ML-L3, the shutter will fire immediately. There is also a "Remote mirror-up" option for Mr. Fancy Photographer. Once you've decided which option you want, press "OK". I suggest you just select the "Quick-response remote" option and press "OK" coz you want to see immediate results, whether your ML-L3 works or not. Later on you can get fancy. Now, exit from the "MENU". 3) Now go to the "Release-Mode Dial", that knobby dual-dial thing on the top of the camera body that has the letters "S, CL, CH, Q, Timer icon, ML-L3 Remote icon and Mup" options. You have to press the "Release-Mode Dial lock release(!) black button just next to it to turn the "Release-Mode Dial" to the "ML-L3 Remote icon". Phew! So far so good! Stay with me now, buddy! :) Have a sip of water... 4) The Nikon D7000 has 2, yes TWO infra-red receivers! The FRONT receiver is just above the "D7000 logo" , and the REAR receiver is to the right of the "OK" button-wheel-thingamajig. What does this mean? You can be behind or infront of the camera when you use your ML-L3! 5) The ML-L3 is fantastic. I absolutely love it. Regards from Malaysia :)
Most Liked Negative Review
I own the beautiful D3100 ...
I own the beautiful D3100 model. I was anxious to buy a wireless r/c for the camera because I always have to rely on the shutter button which can lead(s) to photo blurs. The only 'Con' is the certain model number for the wireless r/c is not compatible with my camera model...Disappointed! Ever thought about being more flexible and expanding?
Reviewed by 388 customers
This is a remote shutter release, but keep in mind you need to be in front of your camera. Not really functional for remote control from behind camera, such as micro or night shots. Good for self portraits...
A fine Remote wireless shutter button. Worked from a range of 20ft with no issues.
This is a great LITTLE remote for travel photography. I am not sure if I going to keep the Nikon camera I have now so I did not want to spend a lot money on cable remote. This remote is perfect for me. I will put Velcro on the back so I won't loose it quickly.
A first-time user, I found this gadget very easy to use. There's nothing to it: just one button to press, nothing else. I had to reference my camera manual as to the appropriate shutter-release settings for use with the ML-L3, but that's a piece of cake. It worked fine in bright daylight, too.
Works good for self portraits and landscape photography
Hey this thing works fine the only problem is I keep losing them. Too small !!!!! I will probably get a new and GLUE a laniard on it. Two have disappeared into the black hole of my camera cases. I have torn them apart. Take warning figure up a way to prevent it from walking away
Compact, light and works great right out of the hoc.
Used for remote on my Nikon D7100
Works like it should. Not much more to say...
I purchased this remote for my daughter to use with the camera I previously purchased for her. I prefer to use electronic cable releases on my cameras, but this is just what she wanted so she can remotely fire the camera. She has used it in conjunction with her tripod to reduce camera shake. She loves this.
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