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Ml-L3 with D40x

Does Ml-L3 work with D40x - just bought from Amazon and can't get it to work - done the timer settings - anything else?

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Yes it does work, but you need to change the setting within the menu from possibly continuous shooting to remote.

And you have to point the remote at the front of the camera as this is where the sensor is.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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Press the Info button. Use the direction keys to the shooting mode (along the right side, fifth from the top). Press OK. Use up/down to select the remote modes (the two at the bottom).

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Got it! It's on page 54 of the manual (mine anyway).

Choose release mode from the Quick settings display.

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I just took 4 self-portraits using quick response. And deleted them straightaway!

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I got one for my D40x and this is what I did :
Go into the menu, select shooting mode. You'll find you can change it from single to continuous to timer to REMOTE.


Enjoy!

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