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Yes, it is compatible with the D3200! Here is a link to the cameras that it is compatible with: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Remote-Cords/4730/ML-L3-Wireless-Remote-Control-%28Infrared%29.html#tab-ProductDetail-ProductTabs-CompatibleWith
By A. Michele Dan on November 13, 2012
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Yes, I had no problems, but for more information go to http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2016
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Confirmed, I have the D7100 and ML-L3 and they work together. You can configure the remote to do 2s delay, immediate shot, Mirror Up, or turn it off, which appears to be the default. If it doesn't work, be sure to enable it under Menu > Shooting Menu > Remote control mode (ML-L3).
By Kenneth Baltz on July 13, 2013
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Yes it does. And they have lasted over a year!
By Doug Force on September 22, 2014
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PERFECT !!! LOVE IT
By blanca on March 23, 2015
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If you are asking does it work with the D5200, then the answer is yes. Hope this helps.
By Kevin Strader on November 11, 2013
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Hi Julie, according to page nikon ( http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Remote-Cords/4730/ML-L3-Wireless-Remote-Control-(Infrared).html ), ML-L3 remote control is compatible with the following camera models :
COOLPIX A
COOLPIX P7000… see more
Hi Julie, according to page nikon ( http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Remote-Cords/4730/ML-L3-Wireless-Remote-Control-(Infrared).html ), ML-L3 remote control is compatible with the following camera models :
COOLPIX A
COOLPIX P7000
COOLPIX P7100
COOLPIX P7700
D3000
D3200
D40
D40X
D50
D5000
D5100
D5200
D60
D600
D70
D7000
D70s
D7100
D80
D90
Nikon 1 J1
Nikon 1 J2
Nikon 1 V1
Nikon 1 V2
It is important to understand that working through the infrared port, therefore, you must not be more than 6 meters away in front of the camera.
Before use it is necessary to activate the infrared signal recognition. For each model is different. For example, in mine (D3200) use the same button to activate the timer lets me choose to use the ML-L3 remote control.
The following video shows how to activate the function for D7000: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4RxE7O6JxY
I hope my answer was useful to you. see less

By Skrbass on June 7, 2013
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The batteries do seem to run down if left in the remote. Regardless, setting the camera up to work with the remote is NOT intuitive. As you didn't list a specific model number, see Nikon's page on using this device (https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11940/~/using-the-ml-l3-remote-control)- it's a lit… see more The batteries do seem to run down if left in the remote. Regardless, setting the camera up to work with the remote is NOT intuitive. As you didn't list a specific model number, see Nikon's page on using this device (https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11940/~/using-the-ml-l3-remote-control)- it's a little dated, but the information worked for my relatively new D-3300. Note that there are three modes- manual release for looooong exposures (dim scenes, no flash possible), delayed release (duration of the delay options depend on the camera), and immediate release. Hope this helps- I went through hell figuring this out the first time, as the instructions which came with this remote are sketchy at best. see less
By Craig A. Adams on September 1, 2014
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Been getting 30 feet with ease. Don't feel the need for farther. However a lens can block the sensor from the front if you are off to the side with the lens between the remote and sensor.
By Colorado_Outdoorsman on November 13, 2013