Nikon Wire­less Re­mote Con­troller Set £200, $185

NPhoto - - Test Team -

The main el­e­ments of this kit are a WR-T10 trans­mit­ter and a WR-R10 trans­ceiver, en­abling con­nec­tiv­ity to cam­eras with MC-DC2 ac­ces­sory ter­mi­nals. A WR-R10 adap­tor is in­cluded, en­abling con­nec­tion to bod­ies with 10-pin ter­mi­nals. If you don’t need this, it’s cheaper to buy the WR-T10 and WR-R10 sep­a­rately.

Two op­er­at­ing but­tons on the WR-T10 in­clude a two-stage shut­ter but­ton and a Fn but­ton; the lat­ter is only com­pat­i­ble with the D7100, D600, D800 and other cam­eras launched after the re­lease of the WR-T10. The claimed op­er­at­ing range of 20 me­tres is the short­est of all the RF re­motes on test, and the kit strug­gles more than any other to fire through ob­sta­cles. Ad­di­tional WR-R10 trans­ceivers en­able you to fire mul­ti­ple cam­eras at an ex­tended range of up to 50 me­tres apart.

Buy ex­tra trans­ceivers and you can trig­ger mul­ti­ple Nikons

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