Nikon WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter - Adapts WR-R10 to Cameras with Ten Pin Connectors

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About Nikon WR-A10

The WR-A10 Remote Controller Adapter is a 10 pin adapter that lets photographers using select D-SLRs with a 10 pin connection use the WR-R10. The adapter must be used as the WR-R10 is designed to fit the accessory terminal that certain D-SLRs use.

With the WR-A10 Remote Controller Adapter (10 pin), the WR-R10 also works with the following cameras:

D4s/D4
D3/D3X/D3S
D2Hs/D2Xs
D810
D800/D800E
D700
D300/D300s
D200

Nikon WR-A10 Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
1.0

Disappointing

By

from Fort Collins, CO  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I needed remote control capabilities for my new Nikon D800 camera. This requires the WR-T10 controller, WR-R10 transceiver, plus the WR-A10 adapter – a quite expensive solution. In addition the set-up is very fragile, practically works in a studio. It is not a good solution if you hike and try to take landscape pictures or to shoot a waterfall, as the adapter may easily break and possibly damage the camera connector too. Overall I'm disappointed and would not recommend this product. My old film Nikon had the transceiver incorporated into the camera. They should do the same for a high end $3000 camera like D800.

 
5.0

It works.

By

from Longmont, CO  -  Professional

I set up two cameras on tripods to shoot moonsets. With two WR-A10s I do not have to move back and forth between them. I press the button on the WR-T10 and both cameras fire. Installs and syncs easily.

 
4.0

Works Great!!

By

from North Wilkesboro NC  -  Professional

Use this for landscape and portrait work. Kind of expensive in total for a remote control but it does work well.

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Michael S  Do I need this adapter for a d800?
Cristian C  Yes you do. I do not like this, it doesn’t work well when you hike, for instance (you need to screw it in and then take it off). It is more a studio solution. But that’s the only wireless option for D800.
Shopper  wil it work with a D5200?
JAMES S  Nope. Not needed. If you already have a WR-R10 with a WR-T10 wireless remote, that will work directly with your D5200. The WR-R10 plugs directly into the D5200 without an adaptor of any kind. The WR-A10 is used to adapt a WR-R10 to Nikon cameras equipped with a 10-pin connector, such as the D800.

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