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Webapprentice Dec 4, 2006 10:22 AM

I know that the D50 and D80 use the $17 ML-L3 IR remote.
What is the D200's version? Thanks?

reader Dec 9, 2006 10:09 AM

Webapprentice,

There's no equivalent IR remote for the D200. Well, at such a reasonable price!

There's a Nikon MC-36 cable with timing settings for around $130. E-Bay sells a lot of knock-offs that work as cable shutter releases WITHOUT the timing features (which you can set up yourself in the D200 menu system) for around $40.

Wireless

The Nikon ML-3 will remotely fire the camera using an IR module that mounts to the hotshoe. Around $170. Max range: 26 feet

The wireless WT-3 is a wireless remote control selling for a mere $600. It works with the D200. It permits operation and control of the camera from a computer, remote printing...everything but packing up the gear in your trunk!

bhphotovideo.com has them




Webapprentice Dec 10, 2006 12:50 PM

Hi reader,
Thanks for the information on this. It'll help in my shopping evaluation.


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