Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter

BH #NIWT7 • MFR #27173
Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter
Key Features
  • For Z 7, Z 6, D850, and D500 Cameras
  • Transfer or View Files from Camera
  • Remotely Control Camera
  • Wireless Range: 656'
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Designed for use with the Z 7, Z 6, D850, and D500 cameras, 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.
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Nikon WT-7A Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2FTP Upload Mode
  • 3HTTP Server Mode
  • 4Camera Control
  • 5Image Transfer Mode
  • 6Access Point Mode
  • 7Compatible Cameras

Designed for use with the Z 7, Z 6, D850, and D500 cameras, 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

Z 7
Z 6
D850
D500
UPC: 018208271733

Nikon WT-7A Specs

Interface1 x RJ-45 (802.3ab, 802.3u, 802.3 Ethernet)
802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi
Frequency5180-5320 MHz
Range656' / 200 m with line of sight
Transfer RateWi-Fi: 130 Mbps
Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps with auto detect
AuthenticationOpen system, shared key, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
Encryption128/64-bit WEP, TKIP, AES
WPSSupports WPS 2.0
ProtocolsAccess: Infrastructure, access point
Data Transfer: TCP/IP, FTP
Power Source1 x EN-EL15 Battery Pack
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 6.9 x 3.1"
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Is this compatible with the D800?
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This product is not compatible with the Nikon D800.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-03-01

Is this the wireless transmitter for use with the ...

Is this the wireless transmitter for use with the Nikon Z cameras, too? (they're not listed on the specs)
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Yes For Z 7, Z 6, D850, and D500
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Date published: 2021-01-20

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why do we need this, if the camera has built in wifi?
Asked by: Son N.
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Answered by: Donald
Date published: 2019-11-24

The Z6 doesn’t allow simultaneous HDMI and ...

The Z6 doesn’t allow simultaneous HDMI and Snapbridge control. Does this allow you to record video via HDMI while controlling the camera via Camera Control Pro 2?
Asked by: Patrick
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Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-06-17

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Ive seen in a review that it doesnt have thread on the bottom for mounting on a tripod. Is this correct? Or does it indeed come with a screw thread for mounting on a bracket or tripod? Thanks.
Asked by: Kris
No female threaded point for mounting. Only the male screw for mounting to the base.
Answered by: Alexander Q.
Date published: 2019-11-24

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Why is the Nikon 7500 not compatible? I see the previous 7200 is compatible.
Asked by: Kris
The Nikon D7500 is a different body.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is this equipment recognized by Lightroom or capture one? Basically can I replace the tethering cable with the wt-7a and still download into either of the programs?
Asked by: alberto
I was able to set up a quick test where I had the WT-7 send the picture to a folder on a hard drive, then have Adobe Lightroom take the picture and perform an action to the photo.
Answered by: Angela D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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With the new firmware updates for the WT-7, D7200, D500, D750 and D810, in March 2017, is the WT-7A now compatible with the D7200, D750, and D810???
Asked by: Terry
Yes, if you are on the latest firmware you can use the WT-7 with the D7200, D750, and D810.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2019-10-03
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