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Nikon Wireless Remote [Wildlife]

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Old 23-01-10, 18:38
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Hi,
Has anyone had any experience with a wireless remote shutter control for Nikon? I use a D300 and want to find a device to use for wildlife photography.
Any recommendations gratefully received.
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Sam
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Old 23-01-10, 20:17
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You could try this: http://www.warehouseexpress.com/buy-...ntrol/p1029255 I got one for Christmas and although it is lightly made it does work fine.
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Hi,
Has anyone had any experience with a wireless remote shutter control for Nikon? I use a D300 and want to find a device to use for wildlife photography.
Any recommendations gratefully received.
Thanks
Sam
The Chinese do some very cheap ones, just type in Nikon wireless control in eBay then look up what you find on Google reports. They may not be built to Nikon standards but, compared to Nikon prices they're worth a shot.

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Thank you Mike and Nirofo.
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Old 04-09-14, 00:55
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I was thinking to buy one and went to Jessopes for suggestion. They said the remote control only works from the front side of the camera. So if you try the remote control standing at the back of the camera, it won't work. So before you buy one, consider this issue.
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