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Steve[_20_] November 5th 08 03:33 AM

Can anyone recommend a good Wireless Remote Trigger for a Nikon D3?
 
Hi all,

I've been looking at purchasing a Nikon ML-3 Modulite Remote Control
Set for my D3, but it's a little pricey and I have read some mixed
reviews. Does anyone have any experience with this device that they
would be willing to offer an opinion or can anyone suggest a good
alternative?

Paul Heslop November 5th 08 10:08 AM

Can anyone recommend a good Wireless Remote Trigger for a Nikon D3?
 
Steve wrote:

Hi all,

I've been looking at purchasing a Nikon ML-3 Modulite Remote Control
Set for my D3, but it's a little pricey and I have read some mixed
reviews. Does anyone have any experience with this device that they
would be willing to offer an opinion or can anyone suggest a good
alternative?


if you don't get an answer here Steve pop your question into
rec.photo.digital
which is a much heavier populated group.

--
Paul (We won't die of devotion)
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David J Taylor[_7_] November 5th 08 10:18 AM

Can anyone recommend a good Wireless Remote Trigger for a Nikon D3?
 
Steve wrote:
Hi all,

I've been looking at purchasing a Nikon ML-3 Modulite Remote Control
Set for my D3, but it's a little pricey and I have read some mixed
reviews. Does anyone have any experience with this device that they
would be willing to offer an opinion or can anyone suggest a good
alternative?


Steve,

I did get an ML-3 free with my Nikon Coolpix 8400, but I've hardly ever
used it, so I can't really help. I did read that the sensor (on that
camera) is on the front of the camera (as it may be intended for self
portraits), whereas many users wanted to fire from behind the camera....

Cheers,
David



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