Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by chrisburke, Jan 1, 2009.
Is there a way to do it?
[ame=http://www.amazon.com/Opteka-RC-7-Wireless-Remote-Control/dp/B000PC9OUU]Amazon.com: Opteka RC-7 Wireless Remote Control for Nikon SLR D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, & D80: Electronics[/ame]
Google is your friend.
you know what else is your friend... knowing what your talking about.. thats a wireless remote, not a wireless tether.... dumb ass... if your gonna try to rip someone, at least make sure you know what your talking about
and of course wireless tethering is possible, i guess i'm wondering, is it possible with the d40 OR d50
[ame=http://www.amazon.com/Eye-Fi-Share-Wireless-Memory-EYE-FI-2GB/dp/B000X27XDC]Amazon.com: Eye-Fi Share Wireless 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card EYE-FI-2GB: Electronics[/ame]
Google is still your friend.
not what i was looking for, but i will investigate to see if it does what i want.. pretty sure it doesnt...
what i'm looking for, is when i'm in the midst of a shoot, right now, i tether with a usb cable.. and for the benefit of people (like gry) who obviouly dont know what it is.. it allows me to take a picture, then instantly it appears on my computer screen in Lightroom (its done using a combination of nikon camera control and lightroom import settings) what i'm wanting to do is ditch the usb cable, and do it wirelessly
Take it easy!
Dude, calm down, you don't have to go around calling people a dumbass and he was only trying to help. Wireless tethering is only for high end camera bodies, D200+. Currently the only in production wireless transmitter made by Nikon is the WT-4a and that only works with the D3, D700, and D300 not to mention it also costs approx $670-$700 dollars. I don't know if there are any 3rd party ones.
thanks... i kinda figured they were just for higher end, but wanted to be sure
Hmmm was gonna post with a helpful reply but if you're going to be an ass to people who try and help...
After all Googling "wireless tethered Nikon" gives you 21000 hits on google.at
Nikon | Camera Control Pro 2.0 - Windows
Try this link
It says that Nikon wireless remote will work with most DSLRs
A possible help for you. [click]
lol.. man, dont you guys ever have off days... sorry, the guy pissed me off... he tried to be smart and tell me to google, but what he had googled wasnt even what i was looking for... i love google, and i love it when people give me links they found in google that i may not have found... HOWEVER, when someone tries to make a smart ass remark, it pisses me off...
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