WR-T10/WR-R10/WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter Set

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$359.95

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The WR-T10/WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller units use radio frequencies to communicate; by pairing together a WR-T10 and one or more WR-R10 units. The WR-A10 WR Adapter is designed to work with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (transceiver), allowing it to be connected to select Nikon cameras with a 10-pin connector, to wirelessly control the shutter release. DSLRs without a 10-pin connector do not need the adapter. The WR-R10 can also be used to control Nikon radio-controlled flash units such as the SB-5000 Speedlight.
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  • 5

    Nikon Delivers AGAIN! WR10 Radio Transmitter

    Posted by OrangeKrate on February 7, 2020

    I received this product and it is the best little photography accessory ever. It works as promised. It isn´t cheap but it is effective and convenient.

  • 2

    Limited capability with multiple bodies triggering SB-5000´s

    Posted by walstonphoto on October 28, 2019

    Don´t get your hopes up if you are an event or wedding photographer looking to trigger SB-5000´s with multiple bodies equipped with WR-R10´s during an event. Only one camera will connect to the flashes at a time. Nikon, I don´t understand why you would release a product that is more limited than the previous optical CLS system, and not anywhere on par with other wireless flash trigger options on the market. I had high hopes of staying in the Nikon ecosystem with wireless flash capability. How soon before Nikon integrates this capability into the WR-R10´s?

  • 5

    I have two, and they also work with my Z7, D850, and D500. I´m surprised Nikon doesn´t list Zseries compatibility?

    Posted by MikeF on September 9, 2019

    With the Z-7 you just remove the receiver from the 10-pin adapter and it fits directly into the Z-7 or Z-6 bodies, The other bodies all use the 10-pin adapter. If you have an earlier WR-R10/WR-T10/WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter Set, it can be sent to Nikon to do a firmware software update. It took about 10 days. I carry one or two of the pouches with me all the time, and it is so handy to setup. Need to be in a group shot too and quickly take several images? It is almost as fast as switching the camera to Self Timer. The Transmitter batteries last at least a year. I also use them in place of cable release when tripod mounted.

  • 2

    Needs to be improved and made more durable.

    Posted by PhotoginWA on April 13, 2017

    I have owned 4 of these for use with my D810. and D7100 . the first one was defective from the factory and was replaced under warranty.the other 3 have broken. During my busy season, (April -Oct) I am clicking continuously several hours a day and need the remote for elevated images where the camera is often on a pole.I have found that you need to be extra careful with them because the durability is not typical Nikon quality - especially for the price. I found that my camera neck strap would catch on it when I left the WR-A10 and WR-T10 on the camera and I would not be firing remote but hand holding the camera. Unfortunately, I have not found a satisfactory 3rd party remote that works well either.

  • 5

    Flexibility in a small package

    Posted by NFortin198 on September 15, 2016

    I purchased this because I needed to have the flexibility to move around and still trigger the camera, which was impossible with the other remote triggers that were available for the D800. You were either tied to the camera because of a cord, or had to be within line of site in front of the camera. This gives me the ability to move around an stay out of frame and still be able to take the shot.
    I have seen several reviews of this on several sites, and seen where people complained that this came with version one, or version two, but they need version three which needs the unit to be sent to Nikon. All I can say is that my unit came with version three firmware. My guess is that they received older versions because of the stock that was on hand from where they purchased from. Some outfits buy large quantities of stuff hoping that it sell quickly, but get stuck with a large stock of them even after two or three improved versions have come out.

  • 4

    brilliant product, but over priced

    Posted by Lowlight on September 14, 2015

    purchased this item to assist with my of camera flash photography, using the CLS....the product works effortlessly and is very easy to attach/detach; Also the size is perfect for on the go shooting....the only reason why i did not give it 5 stars is because of the price....it is my opinion that although the quality is great, this set should not exceed $100.00 USD

  • 5

    Compact, high quality, does exactly what I bought it to do

    Posted by ArunaB on October 22, 2014

    Compact. Impressed with the quality of construction.
    I initially bought a non-Nikon product called the RFN-4s but the first unit stopped working after four days and the second also had quality problems. I returned the product and decided to go for the Nikon WR-10 set. What a difference! The WR-10 is much smaller than the RFN-4s, of higher quality construction quality and more secure (the Nikon has to be ´paired´ whereas the RFN-4s has 16 channels).

    Luckily, where I live (Japan), the WR-10 set costs the equivalent of USD135

  • 3

    Easy to use, does what it says it does.

    Posted by NoguchiF on May 29, 2013

    I got my WR-x10 kit along with my brand new D800E about 2 weeks ago but hadn´t had time to try it out.

    My old faithful ML-L3 doesn´t work with the D800E but the x10 has several advantages over it: I don´t have to stay ´´in sight´´ of the infrared, the x10 controls more than one camera and is flexible enough to control each group through a different channel. Also, for the D800E, it mimics the Fn button which was very helpful.

    The manual explains in very simple terms how to use the kit but it took me a while to figure out where to connect the WR-A10; I also found it cumbersome to have to screw it into the right place in the camera. A top notch camera like the D800/D800E should have a direct connection.

    Anyway, once I figured this out, the x10 set was very easy to pair and its operation does exactly what the manual says it does.

    My final opinion: too expensive to be so basic. But it´s small, light and works fine so for field trips it´s OK. Better than the ML-L3 that caught me standing in the pictures of some landscape shots...