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i have d5200,does it work,what else do i need

asked on August 15, 2013

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According to the Nikon web site, this will work with a d5200. The APP is available at Google Play and The IPhone store (so I am told) to be run on your tablet or phone. Take care with what Tablet / Phone that you have or plan to purchase. There are restriction on what devices that the APP has been tested on for this… see more According to the Nikon web site, this will work with a d5200. The APP is available at Google Play and The IPhone store (so I am told) to be run on your tablet or phone. Take care with what Tablet / Phone that you have or plan to purchase. There are restriction on what devices that the APP has been tested on for this device. I am using a non-listed phone that has access to Google Play and so far it has worked. There is no Windows or Linux driver for this device. These restrictions prompted me to write my review to inform consumers to be careful. see less According to the Nikon web site, this will work with a d5200. The APP is available at Google Play and The IPhone store (so I am told) to be run on your tablet or phone. Take care with what Tablet / Phone that you have or plan to purchase. There are restriction on what devices that the APP has been tested on for this device. I am using a non-listed phone that has access to Google Play and so far it has worked. There is no Windows or Linux driver for this device. These restrictions prompted me to write my review to inform consumers to be careful.
As I See It today answered on August 15, 2013
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Yes works with nikon d5200. There are some other earlier models out there that will not.. I am not sure but the model number is wu-1 without 'a' the pictures of the adapter have silver plug rather then gold color. Anyway, this device sets up its own wi-fi network so you have to go into (i-phone) settings and change t… see more Yes works with nikon d5200. There are some other earlier models out there that will not.. I am not sure but the model number is wu-1 without 'a' the pictures of the adapter have silver plug rather then gold color. Anyway, this device sets up its own wi-fi network so you have to go into (i-phone) settings and change the wireless network to the device. Range is about 50 ft. Camera should be set on full auto on the dial. Once application is active the camera (d5200) goes into live view. You have in the application control only the focus point. Touch the picture on iphone to set the focus point. Click picture. I have setting in control to not download the picture.. the d5200 has very large picture so takes time to download picture to phone, I would rather get the live view back and take another picture rather then downloading. I have used very successfully in taking wildlife pictures (where I am not near the camera) -bird seed feeder for example. The camera will shut down at about 15 minutes if you don't refocus on a point every so often. Over all the battery on the camera will last in the wireless send live view mode to phone for about 2 hours. Cover the view finder so no light comes in to the camera from the viewfinder (live view). Very fun to set up tripod / camera / flash units and watch and wait for the perfect picture - away from the camera .... lounge chair and nice cup of coffee. Focus and click... update on users that have I-phone 4 the application seems to be designed for the I-phone 5 so the click button is hidden in the vertical mode - move the phone to the horizontal position and the click button will display. see less Yes works with nikon d5200. There are some other earlier models out there that will not.. I am not sure but the model number is wu-1 without 'a' the pictures of the adapter have silver plug rather then gold color. Anyway, this device sets up its own wi-fi network so you have to go into (i-phone) settings and change the wireless network to the device. Range is about 50 ft. Camera should be set on full auto on the dial. Once application is active the camera (d5200) goes into live view. You have in the application control only the focus point. Touch the picture on iphone to set the focus point. Click picture. I have setting in control to not download the picture.. the d5200 has very large picture so takes time to download picture to phone, I would rather get the live view back and take another picture rather then downloading. I have used very successfully in taking wildlife pictures (where I am not near the camera) -bird seed feeder for example. The camera will shut down at about 15 minutes if you don't refocus on a point every so often. Over all the battery on the camera will last in the wireless send live view mode to phone for about 2 hours. Cover the view finder so no light comes in to the camera from the viewfinder (live view). Very fun to set up tripod / camera / flash units and watch and wait for the perfect picture - away from the camera .... lounge chair and nice cup of coffee. Focus and click... update on users that have I-phone 4 the application seems to be designed for the I-phone 5 so the click button is hidden in the vertical mode - move the phone to the horizontal position and the click button will display.
David Gardner Wells answered on September 5, 2013
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Thanks I am using IPhone and IPad so I should be ok.
Yolanda T. answered on August 28, 2013
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Yes it works, I currently tried it out when I bought the bundle and it's working :3
Anthony answered on March 11, 2014
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You only need to download the free app from Nikon
Matt Bacharach answered on August 15, 2013
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The little adapter and a smart phone with wifi capability...it works great!
Stinkerbell answered on August 15, 2013
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A droid device...won't work on an apple device.
Bradley Vincent Ou answered on August 15, 2013
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