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The WT-6 Wireless Transmitter is designed to transfer or view files and take control of the D5 camera functions using Wi-Fi® technology. The D5 supports FTP and HTTP modes to transfer images or videos using an existing Wireless LAN network or directly to a computer or smart device. For maximum D5 control, optional Camera Control Pro 2 software can be purchased. When transmitting image data wirelessly using the WT-6, the D5 has a blazing fast 130 Mbps speed. Faster communication means no more bottleneck of data transfer. The WT-6 supports the IEEE802.11ac standard for faster transmission speeds; with a distance of 656 ft. (200m). The WT-6 also supports IEEE802.11a/b/g/n.
Image Transfer Mode: Transfer images or video from the media card in the camera to a computer, or save photos to a computer as they are taken. The D5 and WT-6 is 1.5x faster than the WT-5. The D5 and WT-6 offer a wireless LAN speed of 130 Mbps vs. the D4S and WT-5 speed of only 30 Mbps.
HTTP Server Mode: Use the web browser on your computer or iPhone®, iPad® or iPad mini™ or Android™ powered smart devices to remotely operate camera controls, take pictures and download images or videos. New features in the D5, allows users to edit image comments, copyright or IPTC information stored on the camera wirelessly with a smart device. Continuous shooting is also supported in HTTP Server Mode.
Access Point Mode: The D5 features an Access Point Mode which lets you use the camera as a wireless LAN access point for greater flexibility in the number of devices you can connect the camera to.
PC Mode: Operate the D5 via the optional Camera Control Pro 2 software.
Synchronize Release Mode: From one master camera, simultaneously release up to ten remote D5/WT-6 combinations using Wi-Fi.
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