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I have the nikom ML-L3 for my Nikon D40 and can't find instructions on how to make it work on my camera

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Set the release mode to Quick-response or Delayed-remote, then point the ML-L3 at the receiver and push the button.

"Shooting Mode" is on page 32 on my D40 manual.

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