The WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter is designed to work with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver), allowing it to be connected to select Nikon cameras with a 10 pin connector, to wirelessly control the shutter release or to control Nikon radio-controlled Speedlights such as the SB-5000. The WR-T10/WR-R10 + WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter units use radio frequencies to communicate; by pairing together a WR-T10 and one or more WR-R10 units.
Photographers can use the WR-T10 to simultaneously release the shutter on multiple Nikon DSLR cameras that have a WR-R10 unit attached and have been paired with the WR-T10.
One WR-T10 unit can be paired with an unlimited number of cameras with a WR-R10 unit attached.
Three radio frequency channels are available for use, to prevent interference when multiple pairings or multiple photographers are shooting in one location.
When the WR-R10 is used along with the WR-A10 WR Adapter to connect to select Nikon cameras with a 10-pin connector, one camera can be designated as “master” and control the shutter release of up to 64 WR-R10 transceiver units.
Useful for triggering the shutter remotely when using slower shutter speeds, to prevent camera movement.
Range (line of sight) from the WR-T10 to WR-R10s is 66 feet (20 meters).
Range (line of sight) from WR-R10 (used with the WR-A10 WR adapter on select DSLRs, and acting as a master unit) to WR-R10s is 164 feet (50 meters).
The WR-R10 can also be used to control radio-controlled flash units with the D5 and D500 DSLRs with firmware version 3.00 or later.
Connected to the camera using the WR-A10, the WR-R10 is easily paired with the SB-5000 Speedlights.
When controlling the Speedlights, you can pair up to 18 Speedlights to the WR-R10 on the camera.
Two link modes are selectable: PIN (mainly for pros) and Pairing.
Communication distance between the WR-R10 on the camera and the Speedlight is approx. 98 ft. /30 m.
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