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abuhannibal Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Apr 2011Thu 23-Jun-11 02:55 AM
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"Using the remote to bracket exposures?"


teaneck, US
          

Folks,

I beg forgiveness if this is a RTFM issue - I have been out in the field for 20 hours and just do not have the brain cells to figure this one out - I have my D7000 set to bracket exposures. Works fine with the timer but not via the ML-L3 remote; I am sure I am just missing something, but in my somewhat impaired state I can't figure out what... TIA for any help you can give! It is not really a critical matter but I would prefer to fire off the 3 bracketed exposures with the remote if I can...

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luckyphoto Silver Member Nikonian since 27th Dec 2010Thu 23-Jun-11 12:31 PM
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Port Charlotte, US
          

Quickly tried mine and it works, but I had to push the remote for each exposure. Here are some things to check -
1. Your ML-L3 battery may be dead. See if it remotely triggers the camera in normal shooting modes.
2. Make sure your Release Mode Dial is set to Remote release.
3. Go into the Remote release mode menu and try different options.
4. Try bracketing without using the timer (pushing the remote for each exposure).
5. Make sure you're able to see the infrared port on the camera with the remote and that you're close enough.

Good luck

Larry

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