Remotely trigger your COOLPIX P1000 camera with this ML-L7 Bluetooth Remote Control from Nikon. Bluetooth connectivity is used to wirelessly control camera functions like zoom and change settings like aperture and ISO, all without compromising your camera's composition.
- Works With Nikon COOLPIX P1000
- Wirelessly Trigger Shutter
- Remotely Adjust Settings, Including Zoom
Nikon ML-L7 Overview
Nikon ML-L7 Specs
|Item Type||Wireless: Bluetooth|
|Transmitter Power Source||Battery|
|Package Weight||0.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.45 x 3.2 x 1.6"|
Nikon ML-L7 Reviews
Expensive for what it does but so far so good with z6 ii
So far I used it trigger manual shutter using bulb for two minutes...as a test really. It worked. The connection to the remote will remain active until you turn it off via menu or shut the camera down. My old one button Nikon (ml-l3?) remote would time out forcing you into the menu again to activate remote again. You can let this sit and the remote will still be connected when you wake up the camera. However this remote will go to sleep so you need to wake that up...no big deal. It doesn't come with a loop so you'll need to get one because this is somewhat small and smooth so it may slip out of your hand. It probably cost Nikon a few dollars to make each one. They can at least include a leash if they are charging upwards of 40 dollars. They did make a hole for it.
Works, but buyer beware!
I bought the ML-L7 for use with my Z6II after the recent firmware update. Build wise, it is fine. Connecting it to the camera is also easy. HOWEVER, it doesn't offer a half press or other similar focusing functionality. As far as I can tell, it only refocuses once on the first photo shot. What makes it worse is that you can't map the Fn buttons to something like AF-ON currently. So, it might be nice for people who do something like night/astro photography, but if you want to continually refocus for remote shots, consider other options. I feel like these issues could be corrected with software adjustments, but that's just hoping.
With the new firmware update 4/20/22 the ML-L7 remote was added. So far the remote will not connect to my Z6ii. Do not waste your money
I will be using this remote for multiple cameras. Primary use is for bird and moon photography with the Nikon Coolpix P1000. Vigration is the enemy for good still photography. This remote and a tripod is the answer. It works from about 30 ft away with any bluetooth capable Nikon.
Nice but limited
It's small and good for landscapes. Limitation is that camera will only focus first time it is activated. If you use it remotely as part of several group shots and someone moves it may miss focus after first exposure. I'll still keep it and hope i remember the limitation.
Works great, but...
Works great, but automatically shuts down after 60 seconds (battery saving function). For long exposure shots (longer than 60 seconds), be sure to identify and press a button that will restart to 60 second time out
Works on my Z6II now!!!
When I use 500mm or above I ALWAYS use a remote so there is no vibration from pressing the shutter button. Works well.
Nikon ML-L7 for Nikon Coolpix
Works like a dream
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