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Using the ML-L3 with the D60

I have been trying to get the remote to work on my D60 slr and have had no luck. What are the directions to get this remote to work? It came with none and seems so simple but this is all new and after about an hour with it yesterday, I gave up and just put the remote in a drawer. Please help. Thanks and have a wonderful day :)

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  • kalkanite Sep 03, 2008

    My ML-L3 won't talk to my D60. There must be a simple answer somehere.

  • stackdog Dec 23, 2008

    cant figure out my ML-L3 nikon controller with the d80

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

Choose release mode from the Quick settings display.

You have a choice between:
single frame (default)
continuous (burst mode)
self-timer
delayed remote (using the ML-L3)
quick response remote (using the ML-L3)

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

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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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!

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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I have a nikon D60. Can the remote (ML-L3) setting be changed from 30 seconds to longer

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