Since you're using a Non-S D70, all you can do is to cannibalize an ML-L3 and mount the IR transmitter in front of the receiver window, inserting a wire between the switch button and the rest of the ML-L3's electronics. It's a real pity that Nikon didn't inlude an electric remote connection I/F in the first D70 series.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "yaegerinc" <yaeger.jz@...> wrote:
> Being still very new to all this marvelous panorama imaging, I'm still figuring a lot of stuff out. My latest problem is releasing the shutter on a D70. While the camera is on a tripod, the Nikon ML-L3 is easy enough to use if I can point it at the sweet spot. It's hardly of any value elsewhere. I'm curious what others have found to be the best way to release the shutter when the camera is out of reach, like on the top of a pole?