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The WT-4 is a high-performance wireless transmitter that offers diversified image transfer capabilities when connected with the selected Nikon DSLR's (see specification for compatibility) via USB cable. It supports wireless LAN conforming to IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE 802.11a, and wired LAN conforming to IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX) and IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T). Transmission range when wireless LAN is used is approx. 180 m (IEEE 802.11b/g) or 260 m (IEEE 802.11a). (Varies according to transmission conditions.)
Wireless LAN and wired LAN supported.
With wireless LAN, IEEE 802.11b/g and 11a are supported. With wired LAN, IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX) and IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T) are supported.
Wide transmission range.
With wireless LAN, transmission range is approx. 180 m (IEEE 802.11b/g) and 260 m (IEEE 802.11a). (The range varies according to obstacles and radio wave conditions.)
When using wireless LAN, desired transfer mode can be selected.
Ad-hoc mode enables peer-to-peer connection of a WT-4 and a computer or FTP server. Infrastructure mode enables connection via an access point.
Four connection modes available
When the Nikon DSLR is connected with the WT-4 via USB cable, several cameras can be wirelessly connected with a computer.
Thumbnail select mode*
This mode permits thumbnail display of images taken with up to five wirelessly connected cameras on a computer display. Images selected by confirming the thumbnail can be downloaded and saved on the computer. With this mode, both photographer and computer operator can concentrate on their own assignment.
*Supplied software “Thumbnail Selector” should be pre-installed.
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Comments about Nikon WT-4:
Wasn't really sure how to rate this. Now I have got this working, I absolutely love it, but it took some getting there.I shoot a lot of events where remote file transfer makes my life easier and speeds up the process of getting a print in the customers hand within a couple of minutes from the shutter click.Had to get a lot of set up help from Nikon and other pro's who are using this system. Now I just plug it in, switch it on and it works...really well.Good options for working with several different wireless receivers.Photographer can choose to manually send images after viewing them on the camera screen or you can automatically transmit every shot. There's even an option where the an operator at the receiving computer can view all the images shot then decide which ones to have transmitted.On a lengthy events shoot, have a couple of spare batteries ready. The unit can also get warm but I believe this is normal.It's an expensive outlay, but if it is going to speed up your workflow on a shoot where it matters then it really adds value and it will soon pay for itself.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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