When making an exposure with the Nikon IR remote if you choose the 2 second delay does the mirror lock up and two seconds later does the shutter release?
Also... If you have the camera set to bracket a sequence of exposures can this sequence be set off using the IR remote... And if so scan the 2 second delay be selected and will the mirror remain locked up throughout the sequence? Thanks
I can answer the first question. If you set the remote control mode in the Shooting Menu to 2s delayed remote, when you press the button on the ML-L3 the camera will focus, and then two seconds later the mirror will go up and the shutter will release without further delay. If you set the remote control mode to remote mirror-up, then when you press the button on the ML-L3, the camera will focus and the mirror will raise. You then press the button a second time to release the shutter.
You cannot shoot in continuous mode using the wireless remote, so if you use it for bracketed shots it will work the same as when doing individual shots. The remote will activate the mirror and then the shutter for the first shot and then repeat the sequence for subsequent shots.
You can use the wireless remote from in front of or from behind the D600.
>You cannot shoot in continuous mode using the wireless >remote, so if you use it for bracketed shots it will work the >same as when doing individual shots. The remote will activate >the mirror and then the shutter for the first shot and then >repeat the sequence for subsequent shots. > >You can use the wireless remote from in front of or from >behind the D600. > >Rocky I think you can achieve multiple shots from a single remote press if you set up the self timer to your needs. Not sure how/if it works with bracketing though.
Of course, if you use a radio remote release then you can leave the camera in any mode you wish (except one press for open shutter and second press to close it)
>>My ML-L3 doesn't work infront of the camera, do I need to >set >>something up to make it works? thanks > >Have you set the release mode to remote and checked that the >ir receiver is not blocked?
Yes, I did both of those. Could it be the battery, maybe it's low? I will check on that because last night I lost some signal from the back of the camera also. I did these testings indoor (low light), could that be another problem? Thanks again.