Nikon Wireless Transmitter Compatibility

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The chart below provides information regarding the current compatibility of Nikon Wireless Transmitters with D-SLR cameras and software.

Wireless TransmitterNikon D-SLR CameraSetup Software
WT-1D2H (supports D2Hs, D2X, D2Xs with firmware 1.1 installed)WT-1 / WT-2 Setup Utility
WT-2D2H, D2Hs, D2X, D2XsWT-1 / WT-2 Setup Utility
WT-3D200WT-3 Setup Utility
WT-4D3, D3S, D3X, *D4, D300, D300S, D700, *D800/D800E, D7000WT-4 Setup Utility *Wireless Transmitter Utility only for D4, D800 and D800E.
WT-5D4Wireless Transmitter Utility

Check out Nikon's software download for more information regarding the latest version of each software application and operating system compatibility. Nikon Wireless Transmitters allow the camera to be controlled remotely from a computer running Nikon software or to upload images to an ftp server over a wireless LAN. The utilities above allowed the creation of profiles to be stored in the transmitter memory for easy connection and file transfer when needed.

For remote camera control through software:

  • The WT-1 / WT-2 used Nikon Capture 4.4.2 with Capture Control to remotely operate the camera. Nikon Capture (4.4.2) Editor with Capture Control software was replaced with separate applications, Capture NX 1 and Camera Control Pro 1. Only Camera Control Pro 1 had support for Wireless Connection Utility and WT-2, and not with the WT-1.
  • WT-3 / D200 remote operation may be controlled with either Camera Control Pro or Camera Control Pro 2.
  • WT-4 - remote operation is controlled through Camera Control Pro 2 software only.
  • WT-5 - remote operation is controlled through Camera Control Pro 2 software or using WT-5 built in HTTP Server Mode for connection to Laptops, Apple iPhone or iPad.





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