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I am searching for a remote control for my Nikon D7000.

I've found the JYC IR Remote Controls ML-N, but that site doesn't list the Nikon D7000 as a supported model.

I thought that the D90, D5000 and D7000 all use the same remote sensor, and a remote control can trigger any of them. Does the D7000 have a different remote sensor and thus require a different remote control? Or has that site just got the information wrong, and that remote can trigger a D7000?

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The IR remote control ML-L3 Nikon I bought for my D90 works as well for my D7000.

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So, they should have the same remote sensor. Thank you for your response :) – Sergey Litvinov Aug 11 '12 at 11:12

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