I purchased a D7100 a couple of weeks ago and along other accessories I got a ProMaster RF remote trigger. I've never used remote triggers before, but I assumed you had to activate them in the menu. In the menu is a setting to turn on remote control mode (ML-L3) and even though I don't have a Nikon ML-L3 the salesman at my local camera store said I'd still have to set the menu item to get it to work. Much to my surprise I discovered this evening that the remote will fire even if I don't have remote control turned on. Is this intended behavior? I'm actually glad it works like this because for the types of photos I shoot I need the remote often so this saves me the trouble of having to turn it on every time I use the camera. I dropped the camera a couple of nights ago from about 3' onto a carpeted floor, but the lense hood prevented damage to the lense. Every since I've been wondering if something might have happened to the camera to cause the remote to operate on it's own without being set. Thanks for any feedback on this issue!