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mfphoto1 Registered since 29th Oct 2005Sat 24-Nov-12 07:17 AM
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The ML-L3 is an infrared remote so the remote and camera sensors need to be able to see each other for this to work and the you are right the distance is short. Being able to control the camera from an Ipad is a totally different thing. You will still need to connect something to the camera, but why does that matter if you can get the distance and control features you are wanting. Something like this may be what you are looking for http://www.camranger.com/.

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