Enjoy expressing your creativity with the built-in flash
The D610's built-in flash has a guide number of approx. 12/39 (m/ft, ISO 100, 20°C/68°F) and provides coverage for the angle of view of a 24 mm lens. The superior flash control accuracy only Nikon can provide is highly praised by professionals and realizes flash shooting with natural light.
Built-in flash commander function enables a variety of creative lighting
Furthermore, the built-in flash incorporates a commander function that supports Advanced Wireless Lighting. It can control a single group or two independent groups containing several remote Speedlights wirelessly. By lighting from a wide range of directions, you can enjoy shooting with a variety of lights, for example, shooting flowers vividly, rendering face lines and details sharply and reproducing the subtle textures of subjects.
Remote control accessories give extra shooting versatility
WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter (optional) that enables remote shooting and transmission of images to a smart device
By attaching the optional WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter to the D610's USB connector, two-way communication between the camera and a smart device such as a smartphone or tablet computer with built-in wireless communication function is possible. By using the remote shooting function that allows you to release the shutter of a camera from a distance, it is possible to use the monitor display of the smart device as a live view display and shoot from the best angle. The taken images can be transmitted wirelessly and you can enjoy a variety of applications such as uploading to an SNS or attaching them to a mail easily. The WU-1b is compatible with smart devices using the Android™ OS and iOS.
Note: Using the WU-1b connected to a smart device requires you to install Wireless Mobile Utility (Can be downloaded free from the application store of each smart device) to the device prior to use.
- Wireless Mobile Utility
Wireless Mobile Utility is software enabling download of images from a camera to a smart device or operation of a camera from a smart device for taking an image by attaching the WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter.
Supports Android OS 2.3 series, 3.x series and 4.x series, iOS 5.1 and 5.1.1.
Note: Can be downloaded from Google Play or App Store (free).
Wireless Remote Controllers with further enhanced convenience using radio transmission
Utilizing 2.4-GHz radio waves, the WR-1 and WR-R10/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controllers widely expand the flexibility of remote control. Unlike remote controllers that use infrared rays, they enable remote controlling over long distances. You can employ them to release shutters, even if obstacles, such as trees, stand in the way. Driving AF by half-pressing the shutter-release button of the controller and continuous shooting by pressing the shutter-release button longer are available. Furthermore, with the capability to control multiple cameras, these controllers can be employed for a variety of shooting scenarios; you can shoot stills or movies* simultaneously using several cameras with different lenses attached or cameras positioned at different angles; if you divide cameras into groups and assign a channel to each, you can control each group independently and perform such operations as shooting stills with one group and recording movies* immediately after with a different group.
*Movie recording is possible with the D4, D800 series, D610, D600, D7100 and D5200.
Advanced multifunctional WR-1 Wireless Remote Controller (optional)
The WR-1 is an advanced multifunctional remote controller. When one WR-1 is configured as a transmitter and another as a receiver, which is attached to the D7100, it is possible to view or change the camera settings* using the display of the transmitter. Utilizing radio waves, the communication range between WR-1 units is up to 120 m/394 ft*. Fifteen channels are available. Besides remote control of a camera with a WR-1 (used as a receiver) attached, achieved by operation of another WR-1 (used as a transmitter) *, there are various remote shooting options, such as: simultaneous release of shutters on several cameras; release of shutters on several cameras synchronized with a master camera that has a WR-1 attached*; remote control of each group of cameras separately, and Interval Timer Photography. Remote shooting by combining the WR-1 with WR-R10/WR-T10 is also