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Old January 5th, 2018, 03:15 PM
Kevin Gagel Kevin Gagel is offline
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Default Bluetooth device for older Nikon Cameras

I thought I'd just point out a little bluetooth device I purchased last year called a pinout. The website is at https://www.letspinout.com/.

It gives you the ability to remotely control your camera. I have a D90 and it worked perfectly - till I lost the damn thing that is!

I just ordered another and look forward to it's arrival via mail - soon!
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