Vivitar RC-6 Infrared Shutter Release for Nikon DSLR Cameras (MLL3)

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About Vivitar MLL3

Wireless Shutter Release....

• The Vivitar RC-6 Infrared Shutter Release simplifies taking group photos by enabling you to step away from the camera. It's lightweight and easy to use. Simply point the infrared remote control towards your camera, from up to 16 feetaway, and press the button.

• Since you are not in physical contact with your camera, this remote will eliminate any chance of camera shake. This is especially useful for night time and low light photography, since the shutter will be open for longer periods of time.

• The Vivitar RC-6 Infrared Shutter Release will expand the functionality of your camera, and improve your photos.

Compatible with D3000, D40, D40x, D50, D5000, D5100, D60, D70, D7000, D7100, D70s, D80, D90, Coolpix P7000, Coolpix P7100, Coolpix P7700, Nikon 1 J1, Nikon 1 J2, Nikon 1 V1

Vivitar MLL3 Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
1.0

fires always twice

By

from New York  -  Professional

fires always twice, useless

 
3.0

Nice Addition

By

from Iowa  -  Semi-Professional

Great for avoiding the camera shake when you get when pressing the shutter release button.

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Shopper  So this is a remote shutter release button for my Nikon D7100, I press the button, camera takes a picture....it takes batteries....IT WORKS????? for 10 bucks?
CHARLES C  Yes, It works very well. The only drawback is that the receiving eye is in the front of the camera, so you have to be out in front to use it.
Shopper  I just got mine and my D3100 does nothing at all. Any suggestions? Thank you. Please reply if you really know the Nikon D3100, do not give me an answer for another model. Thank you
ANTONIO G  It works great! : )
Shopper  So this is a remote shutter release button for my Nikon D7100, I press the button, camera takes a picture....it takes batteries....IT WORKS????? for 10 bucks?
CHARLES C  Yes, It works very well. The only drawback is that the receiving eye is in the front of the camera, so you have to be out in front to use it.
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