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Yes, but what's your camera? For more information you can visit http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2016
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You plug it into your Nikon camera and dowload the Nikon app to your phone. Using the app you can transfer all of the photos on your camera to your phone. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 27, 2016
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No, it does not work with the 5100. This is the reply I received from Nikon support: "Thank you for contacting Nikon. The WU-1a is only compatible with the D3200." That reply came to me on 12/31/2012.
By Robert on March 13, 2013
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No. Only the D3200 for now. It doesn't look like the D90 has a wireless adapter. Seems to be only available on the newer cameras.
Click the "Compatible With" at the link below:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Wireless/27081/WU-1a-Wireless-Mobile-Adapter.html?cid=prt-0512-wu1a

By Peter on December 17, 2012
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Best answer is to to directly to Nikon for the answer.
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Digital-SLR-Cameras/D5100.html
Select the "Accessories" tab, then select "Remotes and Releases"

By Lori JenningsEmery on July 23, 2014
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Yes, It works very well on my D7100.
By Travis R Hawver on November 14, 2013
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HI Maureen, what this will do is enable your camera to send photos from your camera to your smart phone or tablet. You do have to download the app to your smart phone and tablet in order to receive the pictures. This will not transmit wirelessly to a desktop computer. The adapter fits into the slot on the side of yo… see more HI Maureen, what this will do is enable your camera to send photos from your camera to your smart phone or tablet. You do have to download the app to your smart phone and tablet in order to receive the pictures. This will not transmit wirelessly to a desktop computer. The adapter fits into the slot on the side of your camera which then allows you to setup on a wireless network in order to send your photos over the wireless connection to the app on your smart phone or tablet. Hope this helps. see less
By Susan A. Anderson on December 8, 2015
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You need to make sure that the setting on the camera has the wifi turned on. Then go to your wifi settings on your camera and you should be able to select the wifi that is coming from the camera.
Honestly, I found this to be a time-intensive process, so i just bought an adaptor from the apple store that allows me to … see more
You need to make sure that the setting on the camera has the wifi turned on. Then go to your wifi settings on your camera and you should be able to select the wifi that is coming from the camera.
Honestly, I found this to be a time-intensive process, so i just bought an adaptor from the apple store that allows me to take the data card out of the camera, put it in the adapter and attach it to my ipad to download the photos. It's a much quicker process. It seemed to take forever to do it with the wireless attachment. see less

By Kathryn H Lehman on July 17, 2014
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about a foot...sometimes less and not reliably. When it works (about 30% of the time) it's ok. This is silly technology...it's literally a dongle ...a thing you plug in, that's tiny, easy to drop, potentially easy to lose and horribly overpriced. It should be built in (as it will be on newer cameras) and should be abou… see more about a foot...sometimes less and not reliably. When it works (about 30% of the time) it's ok. This is silly technology...it's literally a dongle ...a thing you plug in, that's tiny, easy to drop, potentially easy to lose and horribly overpriced. It should be built in (as it will be on newer cameras) and should be about 19.95. But to use it means you must turn off wi-fi on your phone, turn off the app on the phone, plug this into the side of the camera (in decent light, comfortably seated) then turn on the camera, go to the phone, turn on wi-fi ...connect to the wi-fi network, then turn on the app, wait, then view pictures on camera, review them, select one, download it (a process that can take between 40 seconds to 4 minutes per picture) and wait until the screen goes back to the index. Then open the photo on your phone or go to your email app or social media app, begin to compose your message, go back into the index through that app and select it again, then attach it, then compose your message....often you must go back into the wifi...turn it OFF then send it. Complex, time consuming, and honestly kind of silly. When a DSLR comes with no need for a dongle and/or just a way to connect and send photos in a more sensible way. see less
By Patrick Robinson on October 8, 2013