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Hi, I have a Hahnel remote control for my Nikon camera... this worked well with my D60, but I cannot make it work with my D300. Both parts are working, but not each other! have the setting to self timer... still not tripping the camera. Please advice Thls Gill Thomson

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Check to see if the D300 remote setting is turned on in the camers settings if so it is possible the two cameras work on different frequencies so a different remote will have to be used.

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