Thought about having a remote for your D300? There are a few options provided by Nikon. There is the: MC-21 at $65USD - 9.8 ft corded remote. But you'll have to figure out if you need the MC-20, MC-22, MC-30 or the MC-36 triggers at $55USD a pop. ML-3 at $175USD - Wireless up to 26' (7.9M) + batteries WT-4 at $730USD - Wireless up to 850' (260M) + batteries and it won't bring you coffee in the morning and a BJ is out of the question. OR the PHOTTIX Cleon N8 at $37USD - Wireless up to 320' (100M) includes battery. With shipping to East coast USA - $49. Here's the look: You can use it corded: Or with the hand held remote: (Please note the two green lights. As with a half press of the shutter, the same holds true and two green lights indicate that focus is met.) The corded control has a 2 second delay on it and works in tandem with the hand held device. The descriptions on the product indicate that you can not use it in conjunction with off-camera flash (SB-600 or SB-800) when mounted on the hotshoe. But what I have found is that if you slide it back far enough on the hotshoe: It will still tighten down so as not to be sitting precariously, and the pop-up commander (built-in) flash does rise to the ocassion. But surely it's not enough to trigger the off camera flashes, you say. HA, is my response. I have had this unit less than a week, but feel I have put it through many scenarios. It has foot-faulted a couple of times in response, but am unsure at this point if it wasn't the RAW images clearing the buffer instead. More testing to follow and updates as necessary. Just a little FYI. Just as an aside, if you'll notice two other things in these photos. 1) the viewfinder blind is always attached to my camera strap in case I want to do long exposures. (camera right) 2) the camera strap is the TPF strap and is fantastic. When on the tripod, I can shorten the strap by removing the padded part and leaving a short strap that doesn't interfere with tripod operations. HEY MODS...HOW'S THAT FOR A PLUG? Seriously, a damn good strap.