|Price incl. VAT||£402.77|
|Price excl. VAT||£335.64|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Remote control Nikon WR-1 allows you to conveniently control the main functions of the camera. Operating facilitates integrated display, accompanied by a few buttons. Control operates on a radio frequency of 2.4 GHz and a single remote control WR-1 communicate at distances up to 120 meters.
SLR cameras with ten-pin remote control or with a connector for connecting accessories
Wireless communication - channels:
1 (2.405 GHz), 2 (2.410 GHz) 3 (2.415 GHz), 4 (2.420 GHz), 5 (2.425 GHz), 6 (2.430 GHz), 7 (2.435 GHz), 8 (2.440 GHz), 9 ( 2.445 GHz), 10 (2.450 GHz), 11 (2.455 GHz), 12 (2.460 GHz), 13 (2.465 GHz), 14 (2470 GHz) and 15 (2.475 GHz)
Range (direct view):
Approximate reach of the remote control WR-1 at a height of about 1.2 meters is 120 m; varies depending on climatic conditions and the presence or absence of obstacles
The maximum number of remote controls:
You can simultaneously use up to 20 remote controls (including max. 3 transmitters)
If you connect the camera to serve as an energy source on the camera; in other cases, the remote control is powered by two alkaline or nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) AA batteries
Max. 1 W
50 × 115 × 27.5 mm
90 g (body only)
Nikon’s beginnings date back to 1917 in Japan. At first, the company mainly produced lenses - telescopes, binoculars, microscopes and other small, optical equipment. Soon the company expanded its portfolio, producing photographic lenses under the Nikkor brand.
In the field of cameras, particularly among professionals, Nikon quickly gained a reputation as a top manufacturer, which continues today. Its cameras were even included in the equipment of American spacecraft. Nikon designed and produced the legendary Nikon SP 1957, regarded by many as the best camera of all time.
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