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  1. Bram

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    Alright so the D7000 has been acquired, however my ML-L3 does not work with my D7000, no more long exposures :(
    Anybody know a cheap wireless shutter release for the D7000, I want to light paint.

    Thanks in advance.


     
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    That looks intense, like really intense, well not really intense, but pretty intense. Price is decent though i'll take a look at that later.
     
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    Or you can use a basic MC-DC2 wired release.
     
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    Not a fan of wired, I like the wireless.
     
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    Funny! My ML-L3 works with my D7000.. are you sure you are putting the camera in remote mode?
     
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    Me too, but I think he's looking for exposures longer than 30sec.
     
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    Gotcha.. your suggestion above is probably his best bet then!
     
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    Yeah I have done exposures up to 14 minutes with my old D40x, the 30seconds isn't cutting it for me. I just want something I can use again, it's an addiction really.
     
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    i would imagine the D7000 would have a remote on timer like my d40x does??? change it to 14 mins
     
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    It does have that however I don't think its 14 minutes specific, mine will allow me to do increments of 5 minutes I believe.
     

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