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How do i connect my wireless remote to my d60????

I have a nikon d60 and bought a wireless remote controll ml-l3 but i have no idea how to connect it or any thing.....help?

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  • llaudit Dec 29, 2008

    Same problem.

  • kimschateau Jan 16, 2009

    I purchased the ML-L3 wireless remote for my Nikon D40. I got the remote and it doesn't tell me how I am supposed to use it, absolutely no instructions. Frustrating to say the least, especially for those who are just learning photography on their own.

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    Thanks ! ! !

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    If you set the camera in shooting mode to self timer, click it once more for self timer w/remote and once more for remote. I think this will work for you.

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In the Shooting Mode menu, change <from either Single or Continuous or 10Second self-timer> to 2S (two seconds) Remote or immediate Remote -- there's an icon that looks like your remote. Then get in front of the camera (lens cap removed already) and point the remote to the IR receiver on the front of the camera and click the remote button ... it will take the shot immediately or after two seconds (depending on what you specified).

The shooting mode doesn't seem to stick -- if I turn the camera off and then on, it's gone back to how it was previous set and I have to set it to remote again.

My bigger problem was I thought (guessed, since there were no instructions!) that I had to press the self-timer function button before clicking the remote -- but doing that kept resetting my shooting mode back to 10 seconds on SELF TIMER (taking it off of REMOTE mode).

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