ML-L3 IR Wireless Remote Control for Nikon D5000 D5100 D7000 D3000 D90 D80
Two Settings That Can Be Used :
Shooting mode: AF-S (Single-servo AF) AF-C (Continuous-servo AF)
AF-S (Single-servo AF): Once camera has focused, self timer lamp will blink for 2s before shutter is released. If unable to focus, camera will return to standby without releasing shutter.
AF-C (Continuous-servo AF): Self-timer lamp blinks for 2s before shutter is released. Camera does not focus.
Quick response remote:
(Single-servo AF): Shutter is released immediately after camera focuses. Self-timer lamp will flash when shooting is complete. If unable to focus, camera will return to standby without releasing shutter.
AF-C (Continuous-servo AF): Camera releases shutter immediately without focusing. Self-timer lamp will flash when shooting is complete.
When this 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 remote control is pressed (2 seconds after the button is pressed in delayed remote mode) and remains open until the remote-control shutter-release button is pressed a second time (maximum exposure time is 30 minutes). for Nikon recommends using a fully-charged battery or an optional adapter when using long exposures. For information regarding using this remote control with flash please see the Cameras User manual.
Using this remote control:
Mount the camera on a tripod (recommended) or place the camera on a stable, level surface.
D50 users : press the button. and rotate the main command dial to access the options.
D60 users: press the cameras Menu button, go to the Custom Setting menu, #04 - Release Mode, and choose either the 2S Delayed Remote or Quick Response remote option.
D70, D70s, D80, D90 users: Press the button and rotate main command dial until (delayed remote) or (quick response remote) is displayed in the control panel.
D3000 series, D5000 series: the option is found in the Release Mode list. Please see in your user manual.
Frame the photograph. In autofocus (AF) mode, the camera shutter-release button can be used to check focus, although only the shutter release-button on the remote control can be used to release the shutter. Note - To ensure correct exposure in modes other than M, cover the viewfinder eyepiece with your hand or with the supplied DK-5 eyepiece cap before pressing the shutter-release button. This will prevent light entering via the viewfinder from interfering with the autoexposure operation.
Aim the transmitter on this remote control at the infrared receiver on the camera and press the shutter-release button on this remote control (when using the remote outdoors, make sure that the subject is not backlit and that the line of site between the transmitter and the infrared receiver is not blocked by the lens or other obstacles).
Compatible With :
for NIKON COOLPIX P7000 P7100 P7700
for NIKON D3000 D3200 D3300
for NIKON D5000 D5100 D5200
for NIKON D40 D40X D50 D60 D70 D70s D80 D90
for NIKON D600 D7000
for NIKON 1 J1 J2 V1 V2
Package Content :
1 X IR Remote Control for Nikon