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About Nikon WR-R10

This item is also available as a set with WR-T10/WR-R10/WR-A10, part number 27106

Wireless remote camera control has never been easier. Instead of using conventional infrared transmission, the new WR-R10 and WR-T10 communicate via radio for increased range.

Because radio transmission is used, communication is possible even with no direct line of sight between devices for use up to 66 feet (up to 164ft when using WR-R10 as a transmitter). These wireless remote control accessories also enable various operations such as autofocus, video recording, continuous shooting and quiet shutter-release shooting.

Use the WR-T10 as a transmitter, to trigger a single or multiple cameras with the WR-R10 attached. This permits capture of the same moment from multiple perspectives and with different lenses as a still and/or video.

Compatible with the following products: DX-D-SLR: Df, D3100, D3200, D3300, D5100, D5200, D5300, D90, D7000, D7100, D300 series (D300 series - requires WR-A10 Adapter) FX-D-SLR: D600, D610 , D700, D800 series, D3 series, D4 (D700/D800 series, D3 series and D4 require the WR-A10 Adapter)



WR-T10 and WR-R10(s) have to be set to the same channel and paired in advance to achieve simultaneous release.

Note: Depending on the camera, there may be a limitation to the accessories that can be attached simultaneously with the WR- R10 Wire less Remote Controller. Attempting to forcibly attach accessories can damage thecamera or accessory.

Communication between WR-R10 units: Only available when master camera employs ten-pin remote terminal

Compatible with the following Cameras
Df
D610
D600
D7100
D7000
D5300
D5200
D5100
D5000
D3300
D3200
D3100
D90
COOLPIX A
COOLPIX P7700
COOLPIX P7800
F100 SLR

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

D4s/D4
D3/D3X/D3S
D2X/D2Xs/D2Hs
D810
D800/D800E
D700
D300/D300s

Nikon WR-R10 Specifications

Channels (Frequency)
5 ch (2.425 GHz), 10 ch (2.450 GHz), 15 ch (2.475 GHz)
Number Of Channels
3
Range
WR-T10, WR-R10: approx. 20 m (66 ft)
WR-R10, WR-R10 with WR-A10 Adapter: approx. 50 m (164 ft)
Directivity
Unaffected
Interference Prevention
Pairing
Live View/Movie Operation
Available only with the cameras that have been released since the D4
Continuous Shooting
Yes
Shutter-Release Button
Half pressing, full pressing available
Function Button
Possible to switch (Available only with some of the models that have been released since the D4) the function assigned to an Fn button

Nikon WR-R10 Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
1.0

WR-R10

By

from Berkeley, CA  -  Casual user

Would not connect to my i-phone 5. I believe I tried every sequence and WiFi connection setting and physical distance on both the phone, WR-R10, and my D7100. Phone connects to home WiFi network, which I also tried to turning off in case there was interference. No more than a spinning search icon on the phone.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Disappointing product

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.

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Jan M  Do they make a WIFI adapter for the Nikon D7000?
ART F  Jan, The WR-R10 is a great device... Wish they had them years ago... Makes remote camera operations a snap... I use it on a regular basis for shooting everything from sports to birds... Have fun with it and take some great images... Art

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