|Price incl. VAT||£99.14|
|Price excl. VAT||£82.62|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Receiver Nikon WR-R10 in combination with a transmitter WR-T10 allows you to control key functions of selected models of digital cameras. Playfully cope with obstacles, thus not between receiver and transmitter line of sight.
Receiver Nikon WR-R10 in combination with a transmitter WR-T10 allows you to control key functions of selected models of digital cameras. Playfully cope with obstacles, thus not between receiver and transmitter line of sight. Sit so you can control functions such as auto-focus, recording movies or continuous shooting. Communication takes place via radio frequency and range is approximately 20 m (when using the WR-R10 + WR-T10). When using two transmitters WR-R10, the range increases to 50 meters. WR-R10 receiver and wireless remote control WR-T10 together to trigger a camera or can be mounted receiver WR-R10 to multiple camera bodies and capture the same moment from different perspectives.
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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