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WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver)

The WR-R10 is a Wireless Remote Controller that is designed to work with the WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controller (transmitter) to wirelessly control the shutter release on Nikon D-SLRs. The WR-T10/WR-R10 units use radio frequencies to communicate; by pairing together a WR-T10 and one or more WR-R10 units.
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Is the WR-A10 needed to use the T10/R10 with a d800?

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Yes. D800 has a 10 pin connector. You need the wr-r10, wr-t10 and wr-a10 wr adapter.
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Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control

The WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver) is compatible with Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control ?

For Nikon D3100!

Can I see a video or the instructions!
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No, you will need the WR-T10.
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Will I need to purchase the WR-A10 as well for my D4 even though it has a suitable hub for the WR-R10?

I only need to control the one camera and this is just an alternative to the shutter release cords which regularly fail on me. Thanks!
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The WR-R10 plugs into a camera's accessory port. Since the D4 does not have an accessory port but instead has a 10-pin connector you will need the WR-A10 adapter. The WR-A10 fits into the 10-pin connector and the WR-R10 fits into the WR-A10. Since you need both pieces you should get the WR-10 set which includes the WR-T10 transmitter as well as the WR-R10 and the WR-A10.

For more details see the WR-10 manual which can be downloaded from this address:
http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals...
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how do you connect this to the d3100. can you show a picture diagram

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The WR-R10 fits into the accessory terminal of the D3100. The accessory terminal is the uppermost input port on the side of the D3100 and is marked with an arrow icon. Insert the WR-R10 into the accessory port as shown in the attached image. When the WR-R10 is properly inserted the arrow icons on the port and on the WR-R10 will be in alignment. Do not use force or attempt to insert the WR-R10 at anything other than a 90 degree angle.
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What is the least expensive camera this compatible with this remote?

I want to set up 8 cameras to release the shutters all simultaneously.
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Most likely the D3100, that or the D5100.
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Could you tell me the dimensions of the transceiver?

I want to connect it to a D3200 while the USB cable is connected too, and I worried about it will fit
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The approximate dimensions of the WR-R10 are 31.5 × 26.0 × 10.0 mm (1.2 × 1.0 × 0.4 in.).
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can the wr-r10 be used to download pics from the camera wirelessly using pc with view nx2, instead of a usb cable

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No, it is a remote controller used for wireless shutter activation. It is not used for data transfer.
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