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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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|Item Dimensions||0.91 x 0.39 x 0.71 inches|
|Item Weight||0.01 pounds|
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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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Considering the cost of the D600, and the lenses I acquired for it, the WU-1b software (ios, not android) is so handicapped as to make use of the WU-1b with the camera so restrictive in what you can do as to make it undeniably useless (how's that for a run on sentence?).
FYI - no problem with the vendor, or getting the product. It is the product itself that makes me wonder why Nikon, one of the top rated companies for cameras and lenses, allow such an incredibly poor piece of technology to leave the shop.
Sorry, Nikon. I am SO disappointed; you get 99/100 on everything I have acquired from you so far; this product gets a 9/100.
Oh yes, I am a College Educator. Here is your grade for the WU-1b: FAIL.
The adapter is extremely small and has a convenient holder that attaches to your camera strap. With the third-party software I can expand the capabilities of my DSLR (e.g. Bracketing more than 3 images).
The range on the dongle is extremely limited, but to be expected for the size. I have found that the iPhone tends to drop the connect frequently if I am not sending commands across the connection on a regular bases or if it finds a known connect(I assume because it can't find internet through this connection).
I use this device as an advanced wireless remote for my camera. I don't stand more than 5ft from my camera while taking pics. I only transfer images wireless if I have a pressing need to publish. If you expect to use this to send pics back to your PC while shooting in the studio or at an event you will be sorely disappointed. If you wish to use this device as I do, you will be happy, but occasionally annoyed by dropped connections.
NO focusing capability - - unbelievable
CLUMSY, brutal user interface
SLOW - - takes two seconds to update camera movement, takes two seconds to make an exposure
NO CONTROL over camera's settings while adaptor is active
Disconnects at more than 15 feet distance
I was very unhappy with my infrared because it has to be in front of the camera, it won't work past about 15-20 feet, and it washes out in bright daylight. So I bought this worthless piece of junk thinking I could at least get remote shutter control. WRONG.
This is one of those reviews where you wish you could give zero stars - - and that's still too much.
I would have given it five stars except -- it is a bit awkward. You have to open the flap over the mini USB port in the side of the camera, which means there is something sticking out that is both breakable and somewhat awkward. But that awkwardness aside, it gives you amazing hands-free control of your camera, perfect for some types of wildlife shots or for studio work.
With the two iPhones I had the same problems. The 6S Plus is running the beta iOS 10, while the 5s is running 9.3.3. Both failed at:
- Live View screen updates. Neither phone could maintain a connection to the camera
- Live View Focus points, this is related to the above where the camera wasn't able to focus after the initial loading of the Live View
- Download pictures to the phone failed
The Android phone had no problems with the above. Nikon, seriously? You don't support a third of the phone market?
Why three stars?
1. I am frustrated beyond belief at Nikon's insistence that you do not get to see the back of the camera while this is plugged in. You can only preview an image on the back of the camera when you pull the device.
2. I have to confess, this should be a 4 star, but I am dinging Nikon a star out of bitterness. Why do they make a great piece of hardware at this price for the D600, make NOTHING for the D800 and a $700 wireless for the D4.
Still a Nikon fan, but one without a great wireless solution.