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Hi Nikonians,Is the ML-L3 infrared remote compatible with the D3100, or only the corder MC-DC2? Thanks,Rafael
#1. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 0
Hi Rafael,The D3100 Users Manual does not refer to the ML-L3 so I suspect that it is not compatible. It does refer to the MC-DC2 as being compatible with the D3100.Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!
#2. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 1
The MC-DC2 is you one option so you will be corded.
#3. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 2
Hi, Whilst on this subject can anyone tell me if the PHOTTIX® NIKOS Digital Timer Remote is FULLY compatible with the Nikon D3100? (http://www.phottix.com/en/wired-remotes/phottixr-nikos-digital-timer-remote.html)The Website say - Yes........ but ....The reason I ask is that I ordered a model similar to their PHOTTIX® TR-90 (http://www.phottix.com/en/wired-remotes/phottixr-tr-90.html) and it did not work. Whilst it connected ok the shutter release did not work remotely! I sent it back for a refund to the third party supplier.Before you ask, yes I have emailed Phottix, waiting for reply. However if anyone has actually fully tested this unit It would be very helpful.Thank you
#4. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 0
There are a number of third party remotes. I bought one from Linkdelight for $13.50 plus shipping. It works great, however, it ships from Hong Kong and takes about 2 weeks. I think that Vivitar may make one. Here's a link:http://www.linkdelight.com/R6I-Wireless-Remote-Shutter-N3-for-Nikon-D90-D7000-D3100-as-MC-DC2.html
#5. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 4
Thanks very much for the information but I am looking for a timed shutter release remote, wired or wireless that is fully compatible with Nikon D3100.Anyone?
#6. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 5
I buy this one D Remote Shutter Release Cord for Nikon D3100 MC-DC2 FS and i don´t now how this work, i put it in the camera and don´t do nothing can any body help me?
#7. "RE: Remotes for 3100" | In response to Reply # 6
With the remote in the camera, can you use the camera's shutter release to take an image?The camera may need to achieve focus, so you will need to half depress the remote shutter release and pause before the full press.You should also cover the viewfinder as light entering here can cause light meter reading errors.
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