Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter

Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter

Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter

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Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter

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Product Highlights

  • For D500 and D850 DSLR Cameras
  • Transfer or View Files from Camera
  • Remotely Control Camera
  • Wireless Range: 656'
  • Wireless Data Transfer Rate: 130 Mbps
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Port
  • HTTP Server Mode for Remote Operation
  • Edit Images Comments, Copyright, & More
  • Use Mobile Device to Operate Camera
  • Access Point Mode for Direct Connection
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Nikon WT-7A overview

  • 1Description

Designed for use with the D500 and D850 DSLRs, the WT-7A Wireless Transmitter from Nikon gives the camera's connectivity a serious boost by adding both a wired Ethernet port and fast Wi-Fi connectivity. At its most basic, this transmitter allows users to transfer or view files as well as remotely control the camera over Wi-Fi or wired networking. It also has an exceptional wireless range of up to 656' when line of sight is maintained and a speedy data transfer rate of 130 Mbps while the Ethernet connection boasts 10/100/1000 Mbps data rates. It offers both an HTTP mode for browser-based access to the camera from either a computer or mobile device and an Access Point mode for direct connection to the camera itself. Along with this, users will be able edit image comments, copyright, or IPTC information for seamless transition to the editing stage. Additionally, the transmitter runs on one EN-EL15 Battery Pack and connects to the camera via the tripod socket and an included USB cable.

FTP Upload Mode
Quickly transfer images and video from the camera to an FTP server or upload images as they are taken.
HTTP Server Mode
Using a web browser, users can access the camera via a computer, iOS, or Android device and take full control of capture. Also, they can download images or videos and make changes to image comments, copyright, or IPTC information. Continuous shooting is also supported.
Camera Control
Using the optional Camera Control Pro 2 software users will be able to take complete control over settings and operation of the camera.
Image Transfer Mode
Images or video from the media card can be transferred directly to a computer or images can be saved as they are taken at a speed of 130 Mbps, about 1.5x faster that previous iterations.
Access Point Mode
Allows use of the camera as a wireless LAN access point for greater flexibility in the number of connected devices.
Compatible Cameras
D850
D500
UPC: 018208271733
In the Box
Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter
  • CF-WT7 Case
  • AN-CP24 Camera Strap for the COOLPIX A Camera
  • USB Cable B
  • UF3-RU14 USB Cable Gasket
  • UF-7 USB Connector Cover for D500
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Nikon WT-7A specs

    Interface 1 x RJ-45 (802.3ab, 802.3u, 802.3 Ethernet)
    802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi
    Frequency 5180-5320 MHz
    Range 656' / 200 m with line of sight
    Transfer Rate Wi-Fi: 130 Mbps
    Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps with auto detect
    Authentication Open system, shared key, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
    Encryption 128/64-bit WEP, TKIP, AES
    WPS Supports WPS 2.0
    Protocols Access: Infrastructure, access point
    Data Transfer: TCP/IP, FTP
    Power Source 1 x EN-EL15 Battery Pack
    Packaging Infozvscfafycaybrbxqztfbztzfdwryxzwrwbrs
    Package Weight 1.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 6.9 x 3.1"

    Nikon WT-7A reviews

    WT-7A Wireless Transmitter is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Automatic File Transfer with FTP and (portable) WIFI I have used the small and compact WT-5a, for the Nikon D4s, so my first response to the WT-7a was to its massive size. Why, oh why? Dear Nikon. Why?! Unlike the WT-5a (which utilizes the camera battery and specialized port on the D4s) the 7a holds a second battery and utilizes the Nikon (D850 in my case) USB port (cable tethered from Transmitter to camera body). These two details are probably the answer to my previous, emotional question about size. The lack of a D4s style port and shorter battery life (compared to EN-EL18) surely fueled the design choices. The specific reason I am using the Wireless Transmitter is to send photos, in real time, to a predetermined Box.com folder utilizing FTP and a portable wifi unit so that editors, etc monitoring the folder have immediate access to content. This Transmitter method is far faster than sending photos to my phone via the on-board D850 wifi and transferring files (manually) to Box with my phone. The D850 and unit allow me the option to either send all files automatically, as taken, or to manually mark photos (in camera) and it then automatically uploads images to folder. Images are marked when transferred successfully. Overall I'm happy with my specific results but bummed about the added bulk.
    Date published: 2018-03-08
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