Nikon D600 Wireless Remote Control ML-L3

Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote

The Nikon ML-L3 can be used to remotely operate the D600 DSLR. The Nikon D600 has infrared received on both the front and the back of the camera, allowing you to activate the shutter whether you are in front of or behind your camera. Perfect for self-photos or for capturing sharp images at slow shutter speeds. Features an immediate shooting mode as well as a 2-second delay mode. Includes a CR-2025 button-cell battery.

Range: Approximately 16 feet.

Suggested retail: $20.50.

Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control at Amazon.com

7 thoughts on “Nikon D600 Wireless Remote Control ML-L3

  1. Hello, I am interested in this release for my D600. I also have a D300, will it work with that? I already have two wired remotes for it, but it would be better to just need to carry one.

    Another question is this: I have a Gigapan mount for taking large-scale panoramas. Is there any way of wiring it to the D600 so the mount can trigger the camera? When I bought the camera I just assumed that it came with a sync connection.

    Thanks.

    Scott

    • The Nikon ML-L3 will not work with the D300 because the camera does not have an IR receiver.

      The D600 uses a proprietary port for the wired release. It is the same as the D90, D7000, D5000, D5100, D3100 and D3200. Perhaps there is an adapter for the Gigapan to work with one. If not, you can also find third party cables, Phottix Cable N10 goes from the Nikon port to a standard 1/8″ stereo plug.

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    • The Nikon Wireless Remote Control ML-L3 does not work with the D3100. The D3100 has no infrared receiver. You can either use a wired remote or a wireless remote that includes an adapter to plug into the camera, examples: D3100 Wireless Remote

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