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NIKON WT-7 WIRELESS TRANSMITTER (D500)

Web Code: 595NIK221  •  Mfr Code: 27173
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Only $1,199.99 CAD
NIKON WT-7 WIRELESS TRANSMITTER (D500) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • Ethernet Port for Wired Transfer
  • Built-in Wireless LAN
  • USB Cable
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  • Ethernet Port for Wired Transfer
  • Built-in Wireless LAN
  • USB Cable
  • Requires One EN-EL 15 Battery
  • The WT-7A Wireless Transmitter is a transmitter capable of both Wired and Wireless LAN to transfer or view and download files and take control of the compatible camera functions. The WT-7A Wireless Transmitter features an Ethernet port for Wired connectivity as well as built-in Wireless LAN connectivity to computers, FTP or HTTP servers and smart devices. For maximum flexibility and control, Camera Control Pro 2 software is also available and can be purchased separately and used together with the WT-7A Wireless Transmitter. The WT-7A Wireless Transmitter supports the IEEE802.11ac standard for blazing fast transmission speeds of 866.7 Mbps.
  • FTP Upload Mode: Transfer existing images and video from the camera to an FTP server or upload new photos as they are taken.
  • In Access Point Mode, your compatible camera will serve as an access point for direct connection to a computer or smart device. In Infrastructure Mode, connection is via a wireless LAN access point.
  • The camera connects to the WT-7A Wireless Transmitter via the supplied USB cable. For Wired connectivity, attach an Ethernet cable to the WT-7A Wireless Transmitter to connect to a computer. For Wireless networking, utilize the Wireless Transmitter Utility software to pair the camera and create network profiles.
  • The WT-7A Wireless Transmitter uses one EN-EL 15 battery to power the device.
  • Image Transfer Mode: Transfer images and video from the media card in the camera to a computer, or save photos to a computer as they are taken.
  • HTTP Server Mode: Use the web browser on your computer or smart devices to remotely operate camera controls, take and download images.
  • Camera Control: Control the camera using the optional Camera Control Pro 2 software, saving photos and movies to the computer as you take them.
  • Image comment, IPTC and copyright information can be accessed and edited on the camera remotely using the HTTP mode.
  • Specifications:
  • Standards:
  • Ethernet: IEEE802.3ab, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE802.3
  • Wireless: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Data Rates: 10/100/1000 Mbps with auto detect
  • Operating Frequencies (MHz): 5180-5320 MHz (36/40/44/48/52/56/60/64 ch)
  • Approx. range (line of sight): 656.1 feet (With large antenna at wireless LAN access point. Range varies with signal strength and presence or absence of obstacles.)
  • Security:
  • Authentication: Open system, shared key, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • Encryption: 128/64 bit WEP, TKIP, AES
  • Wireless setup: Supports WPS 2.0
  • Access protocols: Infrastructure, Access Point
  • Data transfer protocols: TCP/IP, FTP
  • Compatibility:
  • Nikon D500
 
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good performance must have for pro events Setup is easy “If” you understand network (Or get a network IT pro and they will help you setup in about 5 minutes). Only accepts a Nikon brand battery, aftermarket causes it to shut off, I use it with my D500+Vertical grip and it freezes my camera shutter release when waking-up and re-establishing wireless connection but one occurrence per 200 images transmitted is not a deal breaker, ( I am using the latest firmware on both as of this date), I’m sure a firmware update can fix this issue), although I couldn’t confirm if a firmware is needed on the camera or the WT-7, ... over all it does a good job ... I shoot events and print on the spot. Must have for pro event photographers, don’t waste time with other gimmicks if true wireless workflow is what you’re looking for. I average 250 prints per event so it pays for itself in just one such event. Transmission speed is contingent on file size, distance between wireless unit and router,... I shoot all medium jpg due to intended for 4x6 thermal print and web re-orders, except weddings when I shoot Raw+jpg, using extended range antennas on your router and positioning on higher elevation helps and in larger venues I install signal repeaters throughout the building for large buildings or when you confront several obstacles that can diminish transmission speed. One fully charged battery lasted a 6 hr event and successfully transmitted just under 700 images. I’ve used my WT-3a with my D200 for 10 years and this WT-7a seems to function just as strong. Great promotional addition to my wedding workflow since we project selected images to a designated screen or wall, guaranteed lead builder for future contracts.
Date published: 2017-12-16
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