Nikon WU-1B Wireless Mobile Adapter
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- For use with D600
- Advanced multilayer coating
- Close focusing distance
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 393 x 354 x 196 cm; 80 Grams
- Date First Available : 1 September 2017
- Manufacturer : Nikon Australia
- ASIN : B009AB3PS4
- Item Model Number : JVD10511
- Best Sellers Rank: 18,961 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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For use with D600 for use with D600 Advanced multilayer coating D2.Excellent choice for travel and architecture, landscape and everyday photography as well as HD-Video applications.
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If you're reading this on a mobile phone, then you are likely seeing this adapter in life size. The reasonably sized, quite weighty box contains a raft of paperwork - which is where the bulk and weight come from. The adapter is very small, but comes with a little lanyard type string and small case. The idea is that the case and presumably the lanyard are attached to your camera strap, so as not to lose them and have the adapter ready to plug in.
I plugged it in and have successfully connected both my Mac and iPhone to the camera for both picture review and remote control. Both have worked without problem.
The Nikon wireless app is a bit feeble, to say the least. Review and download images and take images, with quite limited control of the camera.
As more of their bodies now incorporate WiFi natively rather than via an adapter, I would hope that Nikon would look at improving the functionality of the support app.
There is an alternative app - DSLR Dashboard, which is free for Mac and iPhone, but curiously, paid for iPad. There are Windows and Android versions as well. I've only had a quick play with the package, but it certainly appears to offer far more than the Nikon app at present.