Wireless remote controller (transceiver) for select Nikon cameras
Our take on the Nikon WR-R10 by Crutchfield's Deia Z.
Add wireless flexibility to your Nikon camera
The Nikon WR-R10 transceiver is designed to work with Nikon's WR-T10 transmitter (not included) using radio frequencies to wirelessly control shutter release on Nikon DSLRs. One or more WR-R10 units can be paired with a WR-T10. You can also use the WR-R10 to control Nikon radio-controlled Speedlights, like the SB-5000 with a compatible Nikon camera (D5 and D500).
When the WR-R10 is used along with the WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter to connect select Nikon DSLRs with a 10-pin connector, one camera can be designated as "master" and control the shutter release of up to 64 WR-R10 transceivers.
- works with Nikon WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controller (transmitter — not included) to wirelessly control shutter release on Nikon DSLRs
- controls Nikon radio-controlled Speedlights, like the SB-5000
- up to 18 Speedlights can be paired with the WR-R10 on the camera
- approximately 98-foot communication distance between WR-R10 and Speedlight
- use with WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter (not included) to connect select Nikon DSLRs with a 10-pin connector
- one camera can be designated as "master" and control the shutter release of up to 64 WR-R10 transceivers
- allows remote triggering of shutter at slower speeds to prevent camera movement
- three radio frequency channels are available to prevent interference with multiple pairings
- two selectable link modes: PIN and Pairing
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- WR-R10 wireless remote controller
- Tether string
- Storage pouch with clip
- User's Manual
- Wireless Regulation Data sheet
- Warranty Programs sheet
- Radio Frequency device regulation statement
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Overview: The Nikon WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver) is designed to work with the WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controller (transmitter) to wireless control the shutter release on select Nikon cameras. The WR-T10 and WR-R10 use radio frequencies to communicate with each other. You can pair a single WR-T10 transmitter with a up to 64 WR-R10 transceivers to simultaneously release the shutter on multiple cameras. Using a WR-A10 WR adapter, you can connect multiple WR-R10s together, and designate one as a master to control the shutter release of the other transceiver units.
Selectable Frequencies: Three radio frequency channels are available to prevent interference when multiple pairings or photographers are shooting in the same location. A slide switch on the side of the WR-R10 unit lets you choose between channels 5 (2.425 GHz), 10 (2.450 GHz), and 15 (2.475 GHz).
Range: The operating distance between a WR-T10 transmitter and a WR-R10 transceiver is 66 feet (20 meters). If you are using a WR-R10 with a WR-A10 adapter on a DSLR (acting as a master unit), the range to another WR-R10 is 164 feet (50 meters). Optimum transmission from one unit to another requires line-of-sight operation. Communication distance between a WR-R10 on the camera and an SB-5000 Speedlight is approximately 98 feet (30 meters).
Compatibility: The WR-R10 can be used with Nikon DSLR and film cameras equipped with the proprietary 10-pin remote or accessory terminals. It can also be used with Nikon radio-controlled flash units, such as the SB-5000 Speedlight. Compatible DSLRs and Coolpix cameras (as of February 2016) include: D2Hs, D2X, D2Xs, D200, D3, D3S, D3X, D300, D300S, D3100, D3200, D3300, D4, D4S, D5, D500, D5000, D5100, D5200, D5300, D5500, D600, D700, D750, D7000, D7100, D7200, D800, D810, D810A, D90, Df, Coolpix P7800, and Coolpix A.
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We are constantly replenishing our inventory so, the models we'll have (out of stock at the moment) from our next shipment will have the latest firmware. [ Ryan Jan 18, 2018 ] Staff