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The Enthusiast's Guide to Night and Low-Light Photography, 1st Edition by Alan Hess

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24. GOING WIRELESS WITH REMOTES

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WIRELESS REMOTES ARE just cool. They allow you to trigger the shutter release on your camera from a distance without anything touching the camera. I have two different wireless remotes that I use regularly. The first is the Nikon ML-L3, a very simple single-button remote that costs less than $20 and works with a variety of Nikon cameras. It uses an infrared line of sight to control the camera shutter. You press the button once to open the shutter and a second time to close it. Check the Nikon website for camera compatibility:

http://www.nikonusa.com/en/nikon-products/product/remote-cords/ml-l3-wireless-remote-control-(infrared).html ...

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