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Nikon WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter

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  • Compatible with Nikon D600, D610, 1 AW1, 1J3, 1 V2, 1 S1
  • Images can be sent to a smartphone or tablet
  • Remotely control the camera with your smart device
  • Runs on iPhone and Android smartphones
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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 3 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0099Y1QM4
  • Item model number: 13186
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2012

Product Description

With the WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter you can easily send great images to your smartphone or tablet and even use your smart device to remotely capture images from your D600. With an easy to use app, when you can’t wait to share that great shot you don’t have to.

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Customer Reviews

Tried on the ipad and iphone.
Scott Duncan
No, I don't recommend this product, perhaps was just a lemon and I just had bad luck, but I don't like the WU-1b as a WiFi solution.
Boris Milan
That's not a problem for the S1 because in manual mode, the camera will allow the shutter to activate with no lens attached.
Richard Krawchyk

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137 of 150 people found the following review helpful By J. Trine on November 16, 2012
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Here is the feedback I just sent to Nikon:

"I am quite offended that you consider the WU-1b's and it's accompanying software to be a suitable addition to the D600. Why would you bring such a gutless piece of software to the attention of people who are obviously serious about photography? One decent software developer and a few months time does not seem like too much to ask for a product that you guys are actively promoting. I am surprised that a company that I have always thought had extremely high standards of product quality would let something like this go to market. Boo on you Nikon, Boo."

Yes, you can see the live view image and change focal points. The clock sync feature is pretty slick. Outside of those features, the whole process is sloppy and slow. The app (iOS) crashes frequently and doesn't allow you to make ANY changes to your camera settings while it is connected. The idea that this is a good companion to a $2,000 camera is a joke. Not a very funny one.
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77 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Adam on November 15, 2012
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I excitedly bought this and waited for months for it to arrive in stock. When it arrived, I expected plug and play success since my experiences with iPhone apps and physical dongles have been good. The software didn't even work with the adapter. It continually disconnected. Even the most recent update to the software, while finally allowing the D600 to connect to the camera feels kludgy and unfinished. The software has minimal features, is rather unintuitive and hard to use, and as a result this piece of hardware, while it has significant potential, is a wasted effort. Don't be like me and waste your precious time, let alone your money, on this. It's rather shameful that Nikon wold release this product as it seems like a alpha version at best.
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51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By C. Henderson on January 2, 2013
I'm using the wireless adapter paired with an iPhone 4s with iOS6 installed. I'm finding the wireless adapter really very good. I bought it so that I could take pictures with my DSLR and then transfer a selected image(s) to my phone, do a quick edit in Snapseed (if you haven't tried it, it's brilliant! Free (I think) on Android and iOS), and then upload the image to Facebook/email/Twitter etc whilst on the go. For example, when the 2012 Olympics were on I wanted to share the day with friends as the day progressed but was limited to uploading photos to Facebook taken with my phone - frustrating when I had my previous Nikon DSLR with me that could take better quality photos in a wider range of circumstances. This little adapter solves that problem.

I have my camera set up to record raw files to the card in slot 1, and medium res jpeg files to the card in slot 2. From the phone app you can choose which card to read from, my phone cannot process raw files and the files are huge anyway, so I set it to read the jpeg card, and do a proper edit on the raw files once home in front of my computer.

The unit does use up a lot of battery power on your phone and camera. I wouldn't recommend leaving them permanantly connected (by default they disconnect after 300secs, at least on my unit anyway) This is explained in the user manual (which Nikon for some reason have chosen not to include with the wireless adapter - it would be a good idea too, Nikon, because it addresses a lot of the problems/questions people are having). To maintain the wireless connection, both camera and phone have to be permanently on, preventing them both going into power saving mode in their normal ways. The manual can be found here: [...
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89 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Edward S. Matisoff on October 15, 2012
When I read the press on this gadget, I was hot to trot to get one so that I could set up and shoot my forest and Nature photos utilizing the large iPad screen. What a rush!! However, nobody had them in stock as of 10/9/12. Found a guy selling on eBay who has them shipped from Japan. Got one delivered in 7 days. The literature does tell you that you can't do camera adjustments other than release the shutter with the Smart Device. When you open the software and select "Take Photos", you are automatically kicked into Live View. With some significantly slow video rates, you can focus the camera in manual mode in real time. What the literature doesn't tell you, however, is that when your hooked up to the Smart Device, in my case an iPad, all of the controls ON THE CAMERA are disabled! You can't set shutter speed or aperture while electronically attached with the WU-1b. The work around is that you've got to set up your shot and make your exposure settings before plugging in the WU-1b. Then you can refine the composition and focus pretty accurately on the iPad. It would be terrific if Nikon made an app for the Smart Devices that did what its Camera Control Pro 2 does. I won't hold my breath.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. Cheema on January 9, 2014
I tried the Nikon's "Wireless Mobile Utility" with this wireless adapter and my first impression was that it was entirely worthless. If all I wanted was a remote shutter, there are better and cheaper alternatives. Like the Yongnuo RF-603. And then I found out that the Android app "DSLR Dashboard" supports this wireless adapter and that changed everything. DSLR dashboard is a free Android app that is a million times better than the Nikon app. The Nikon app lets you control the shutter. That is it. Full stop. Period. DSLR Dashboard essentially lets you control the entire camera. Shutter speed, ISO, WB, aperture etc. etc.

Again, don't waste your time with the Nikon app. Its completely worthless.
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