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That was an EXCELLENT video with clear speech and a lovely voice. I would be happy to help as much as I can....First of all, the remote control has nothing to do with the sound pulsating in the DVD. May I suggest that either or one of these is the problem: the disks or the internal pickup of the machine need to be cleaned. Please get a cleaning kit from your favorite electronics store. Keep fingers off the playing surfaces of the disks and protect them rom scratches.
Set the mode dial to P and turn the camera on. Press the OK button to bring up the menu. Press cursor-right to select the MODE MENU. Use cursor-up/down to select SETUP and press cursor-right. Use cursor-up/down to select the clock icon and press cursor-right. Use cursor-up/down to select the format and press cursor-right. Use cursor-left/right to move between the fields, cursor-up/down to change their values. Pres OK when done.
The above is from pages 29-30 of the reference manual. If you need manuals for the C-5000, you may download PDF versions and/or order printed manuals from here.
This camera use the same mini - usb cable as other cameras per their website --
Plus Mac drivers and cable can be found on this site -- Ray
From Owner's Manual (May vary from country to country)
C-3000 Zoom Digital Camera
Infrared Remote Control
Mini-Stereo to A/V Cable
LC-41 Lens Cap
Instruction Manuals, Camera and Remote Control
CR-V3 lithium battery packs (2)
Software provided on CD
SmartMedia card (8MB, including labels, storage case, and write-protect seals)
If you're referring to the Nikon ML-L3 wireless remote, you need to set the camera's shooting mode to one of the remote modes. Quick remote fires the camera when you press the button. Delayed-response remote waits two seconds to let you hide your hand behind your back before taking the picture.
For full details, refer to your manual under "Shooting modes."
Is the lens moving/focusing? If you switch to manual focus, can you make a shot?
Is it possible that "remote control" mode is selected (the button on top, right, in front of AF button) - in this mode the camera focuses but waits for the remote to shoot - just press the mode button until the LCD shows [S]
Regarding remote control, sorry to say but it's very limited. With RM-VD1 you can only:
Shutter release 1st and 2nd step
Zoom in/out (except with F828 which has manual zoom)
Rec/Stop (only with a camcorder)
When you turn the camera on it senses a device plugged into the USB port and must wait to determine what is connected (computer, remote, etc.). It may take up to ten seconds for the camera to realize that it is not connected to a computer and become ready to take photos.
If you turn the camera on and then press the Shutter button on the Remote it will turn on almost instantly.