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Communication Unit
User's Manual
Printed in Japan
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SB2I01(11)
6MWD0611-01
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What the UT-1 Can Do for You
What the UT-1 Can Do for You
This manual describes how to connect to a network and upload
pictures to a computer or ftp server or control the camera
remotely using Camera Control Pro 2. Use the UT-1 to connect to
Ethernet networks, or connect to wireless networks by attaching a
WT-5 to the UT-1.
Connecting to a Network
Ethernet Networks
For information on connecting to a computer, see page 19.
For information on connecting to an ftp server, see page 49.
Wireless Networks
Connect to wireless networks using a WT-5 wireless transmitter (08).
For information on connecting to a computer, see page 19.
For information on connecting to an ftp server, see page 49.
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Network Connections
Control the camera remotely using Camera Control Pro 2 (045)
What the UT-1 Can Do for You
Once a network connection has been established, you can:
Upload existing pictures (036)
Upload pictures to an ftp server (049)
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Trademark Information
What the UT-1 Can Do for You
Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Microsoft, Windows, and
Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All
other trade names mentioned in this manual or the other documentation
provided with this Nikon product are trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective holders.
Apple Public Source License
This product includes Apple mDNS source code that is subject to the
terms of the Apple Public Source License located at URL
http://developer.apple.com/opensource/.
Copyright © 2012 Apple Computer, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This file contains Original Code and/or Modifications of Original Code as
defined in and that are subject to the Apple Public Source License Version
2.0 (the ‘License’). You may not use this file except in compliance with the
License. Please obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.opensource.apple.com/license/apsl/ and read it before
using this file.
The Original Code and all software distributed under the License are
distributed on an ‘AS IS’ basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND APPLE HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL SUCH
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, QUIET
ENJOYMENT OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. Please see the License for the
specific language governing rights and limitations under the License.
iv
For Your Safety
For Your Safety
To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to
others, read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using
this equipment. Keep these safety instructions where all those who use
the product will read them.
The consequences that could result from failure to observe the
precautions listed in this section are indicated by the following symbol:
This icon marks warnings, information that should be read before
using this Nikon product to prevent possible injury.
❏ WARNINGS
Do not disassemble
Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire, electric shock, or other
injury. Should the product break open as the result of a fall or other accident,
disconnect the camera power source and take the product to a Nikonauthorized service representative for inspection.
Cut power immediately in the event of malfunction
Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the equipment,
immediately unplug the AC adapter and remove the battery, taking care to
avoid burns. Continued operation could result in injury. After removing the
battery, take the equipment to a Nikon-authorized service representative for
inspection.
Do not use in the presence of flammable gas
Failure to observe this precaution could result in explosion or fire.
Keep dry
Do not immerse in or expose to water or rain. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in fire or electric shock.
Do not handle with wet hands
Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock.
Keep out of reach of children
Failure to observe this precaution could result in injury.
v
Avoid extended contact
For Your Safety
Do not remain in contact with the camera, communication unit, battery, or
charger for extended periods while the products are on or in use. Parts of the
product become hot; leaving the product in direct contact with the skin for
extended periods may result in low-temperature burns.
Observe proper precautions when handling batteries
Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following
precautions when handling batteries for use in this product:
• Be sure the product is off before replacing the battery. If you are using an AC
adapter, be sure it is unplugged.
• Use only batteries approved for use in this equipment.
• Do not attempt to insert the battery upside down or backwards.
• Do not short or disassemble the battery.
• Do not expose the battery to flame or to excessive heat.
• Do not immerse in or expose to water.
• Replace the terminal cover when transporting the battery. Do not transport
or store with metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins.
• Batteries are prone to leakage when fully discharged. To avoid damage to
the product, be sure to remove the battery when no charge remains.
• When the battery is not in use, attach the terminal cover and store in a cool
place.
• Immediately after use, or when the product is used on battery power for an
extended period, the battery may become hot. Before removing the battery,
turn the product off and allow the battery to cool.
• Discontinue use immediately should you notice any changes in the battery,
such as discoloration or deformation.
Do not expose to high temperatures
Do not leave the device in a closed vehicle under the sun or in other areas
subject to extremely high temperatures. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire or in damage to the casing or internal parts.
CD-ROMs
The CD-ROMs on which the software and manuals are distributed should not
be played back on audio CD equipment. Playing CD-ROMs on an audio CD
player could cause hearing loss or damage the equipment.
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Notices
Notices
• No part of the manuals included with this product may be reproduced,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into
any language in any form, by any means, without Nikon’s prior written
permission.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware
and software described in these manuals at any time and without prior
notice.
• Nikon will not be held liable for any damages resulting from the use of
this product.
• While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in
these manuals is accurate and complete, we would appreciate it were
you to bring any errors or omissions to the attention of the Nikon
representative in your area (address provided separately).
This product, which contains encryption software developed in the
United States, is controlled by the United States Export Administration
Regulations and may not be exported or re-exported to any country to
which the United States embargoes goods. The following countries are
currently subject to embargo: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Notice for Customers in the U.S.A.
Notices
❏ U.S.A. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Declaration of Conformity
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
CAUTIONS
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications
made to this device that are not expressly approved by Nikon Corporation
may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Interface Cables
Use the interface cables sold or provided by Nikon for your equipment. Using
other interface cables may exceed the limits of Class B Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Notice for Customers in the State of California, U.S.A.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product will expose you to lead, a chemical
known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
Nikon Inc.,
1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, New York
11747-3064, U.S.A. Tel.: 631-547-4200
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Notices for Customers in Canada
Notices for Customers in Europe
Notices
CAUTION : This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
ATTENTION : Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
❏ Symbol for Separate Collection in European
Countries
The following apply only to users in European countries:
This symbol indicates that this product is to be collected separately.
• This product is designated for separate collection at an
appropriate collection point. Do not dispose of as household
waste.
• For more information, contact the retailer or the local authorities
in charge of waste management.
Notice for Customers in Thailand
This telecommunication equipment conforms to NTC technical requirements.
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Table of Contents
What the UT-1 Can Do for You ................................................................................. ii
For Your Safety ............................................................................................................... v
Notices ............................................................................................................................vii
Introduction ........................................................................1
Parts of the UT-1............................................................................................................ 2
Supported Modes......................................................................................................... 6
Connecting the WT-5 ....................................................................................................................8
Workflow .......................................................................................................................... 9
Preparing the UT-1 .....................................................................................................10
Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility ..........................................................14
Using the UT-1 with a Computer .................................... 19
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera...........................................................20
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer.............................................................33
Connecting the UT-1 ..................................................................................................................33
Uploading Images ........................................................................................................................36
PC Mode .........................................................................................................................42
Connecting to the Computer................................................................................................42
Controlling the Camera.............................................................................................................45
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server............................... 49
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera...........................................................50
Connecting to the ftp Server ..................................................................................62
Uploading Images ......................................................................................................65
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Menu Guide...................................................................... 71
Mode............................................................................................................................... 72
Choose Profile ................................................................................................................................. 72
FTP Registration (Transfer Mode Only)............................................................................ 73
Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) ...................................... 73
Transfer Settings ......................................................................................................... 89
Auto Send.......................................................................................................................................... 89
Delete After Send? ....................................................................................................................... 89
Send File As....................................................................................................................................... 90
Send Folder....................................................................................................................................... 90
Deselect All?..................................................................................................................................... 90
Print ................................................................................................................................. 91
Device Info .................................................................................................................... 92
Battery Info........................................................................................................................................ 92
MAC Address.................................................................................................................................... 92
Firmware Version........................................................................................................................... 92
Device Settings ........................................................................................................... 93
Auto Power Off............................................................................................................................... 93
Format Transmitter’s Memory............................................................................................... 93
Appendices ...................................................................... 95
Creating an FTP Server ............................................................................................. 95
Windows 7......................................................................................................................................... 96
Windows Vista.............................................................................................................................. 103
Windows XP .................................................................................................................................. 110
Mac OS X 10.6............................................................................................................................... 114
Creating ftp Profiles Using Camera Menus .....................................................116
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................119
Specifications.............................................................................................................121
Index .............................................................................................................................124
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A
Background Knowledge
This manual assumes basic knowledge of ftp servers and local area
networks (LANs). For more information on installing, configuring, and
using devices in a network, contact the manufacturer or network
administrator.
A
Illustrations
The Nikon D800 and D800 menus are used in this manual for illustrative
purposes. Save where otherwise noted, all software and operating system
dialogs, messages, and displays are taken from Windows 7 Ultimate or
Mac OS X. Their actual appearance and content may vary with the
operating system used. For information on basic computer operations,
see the documentation provided with the computer or operating system.
A
Life-Long Learning
As part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product
support and education, continually-updated information is available online at the following sites:
• For users in the U.S.A.: http://www.nikonusa.com/
• For users in Europe and Africa: http://www.europe-nikon.com/support/
• For users in Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East: http://www.nikon-asia.com/
Visit these sites to keep up-to-date with the latest product information,
tips, answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs), and general advice on
digital imaging and photography. Additional information may be
available from the Nikon representative in your area. See the following
URL for contact information: http://imaging.nikon.com/
A
The D4
The Wireless transmitter option in the D800
setup menu performs the same function as the D4
Network option, while the options in the D800
Device info and Device settings menus can be
found under Network > Device info and settings.
When using the UT-1 with a D4, select WT-4 for
Network > Choose hardware.
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Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of a UT-1 communication unit for
compatible Nikon digital cameras. Please read this manual
thoroughly and keep it where all those who use the product can
read it.
The following symbols and conventions are used throughout this
manual:
D
This icon marks cautions, information that should be read before
use to prevent damage to the product.
A
This icon marks notes, information that should be read before
using the device.
0
This icon marks references to other pages in this manual.
Introduction
1
Parts of the UT-1
Parts of the UT-1
1
8
7
2
9
6
14
3
10
4
11
5
1
2
3
4
Peripheral connector cover
Peripheral connector
Power switch ...................35, 43, 64
Status LEDs ............................... 3, 40
POWER (green/yellow),
LINK (green), ERROR (orange)
5 Eyelet for strap
6 USB connector.......................33, 62
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13
12
7 USB connector cover .......... 33, 62
8 Ethernet connector cover
9 Ethernet connector
10 Power connector cover
11 Locking screw
12 Feet
13 Tripod socket
14 Battery-chamber cover ............. 10
A
Supplied Accessories
The following accessories are supplied with the UT-1 (batteries such as the
EN-EL15 and the battery chargers such as the MH-25 are not supplied):
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
Parts of the UT-1
A The POWER LED
When the UT-1 is on, the POWER LED glows green to indicate that the
battery is fully charged or that an AC adapter is connected. At battery
levels below 10%, it will flash green to warn that the battery requires
charging. When the UT-1 is turned off, the POWER LED briefly turns yellow
as the product powers down.
User’s Manual (this manual)
❏ Communication unit USB cable B
(for use with D800 and D800E
Warranty
cameras)
CD
❏ UF-3 USB cable cover
Case
Communication unit USB cable A ❏ UF3-RU14 USB cable gasket for
the UT-1
(for use with D4 and D7000
cameras)
In addition, the following accessories are supplied when the UT-1 is
purchased as a set with the WT-5:
❏ WT-5 wireless transmitter
❏ Going Wireless with a D4 Digital
SLR Camera and WT-5 Wireless
❏ WT-5 User’s Manual
Transmitter
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3
A
Parts of the UT-1
Attaching the UT-1
The UT-1 can be mounted on a tripod or the camera accessory shoe. To
mount the UT-1 on the camera when a flash unit or other accessory is
mounted on the accessory shoe, use an optional SK-7 bracket.
To mount the UT-1 on the camera accessory shoe:
1 Remove the accessory shoe cover.
2 Slide the UT-1 onto the accessory shoe.
3 Tighten the locking screw.
4 Introduction
A
Parts of the UT-1
USB Cable Gaskets and Connector Covers
The USB cable gaskets and connector covers prevent accidental
disconnections. Attach as shown below.
Camera
When connecting the USB cable to a D4, attach the optional UF-1
connector cover as shown.
When connecting the USB cable to a D800 or D800E, attach the supplied
UF-3 cable cover as shown.
UT-1
When connecting the USB cable to the UT-1, attach the supplied
UF3-RU14 cable gasket as shown.
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Supported Modes
Supported Modes
The UT-1 connects the camera to Ethernet and, with the addition
of an optional WT-5 wireless transmitter, wireless networks.
Photographs on the camera can then be transmitted to a
computer ftp server and the camera controlled remotely from a
computer. The UT-1 supports the following modes:
Mode
Host
Description
See
Upload new photographs or
Computer
Transfer mode
existing photographs and movies 033, 62
or ftp server
to host.
Control camera from computer
PC mode
Computer using optional Camera Control Pro
042
2 software.
Thumbnail select and print modes are not supported. Before data
can be transferred over a wireless or Ethernet network, the camera
must be supplied with a network profile providing information on
the host computer or ftp server.
6 Introduction
A
A
Ethernet Connection
The camera can not connect to a wireless LAN when an Ethernet cable is
connected. Before connecting to a wireless LAN, turn the UT-1 off and
disconnect the Ethernet cable.
No adjustments to wireless LAN settings are required when the camera is
connected to a LAN by an Ethernet cable.
Supported Modes
FTP Servers
Servers can be configured using standard ftp services available with
supported operating systems, such as IIS (Internet Information Services).
Connection to computers on other networks via a router, Internet ftp
connections and ftp servers running third-party software are not
supported.
A
Routers
Connection to computers on other networks via a router is not supported.
A
Firewall Settings
The UT-1 uses TCP ports 21 and 32768 through 61000 for ftp and TCP port
15740 and UDP port 5353 when connecting to a computer. Computer
firewalls must be configured to allow access to these ports, as otherwise
the computer may not be able to access the UT-1.
A
MAC Address Filtering
If the network uses MAC address filtering and the UT-1 is connected to a
WT-5, the filter must be supplied with the MAC address of the WT-5. After
connecting the WT-5, choose Device info > MAC address (092) from the
camera setup menu and note the wireless and Ethernet MAC addresses.
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Connecting the WT-5
Supported Modes / Connecting the WT-5
The UT-1 can be used in combination with the optional WT-5
wireless transmitter to connect to wireless LANs. The WT-5
connects as described below.
1
2
3
Open the UT-1 peripheral connector
cover.
Fully insert the WT-5 connector into the
UT-1 peripheral connector.
Rotate the locking wheel to lock the WT-5
in place.
A
D4 Cameras
Even when connected to a WT-5, the UT-1 functions as a WT-4 wireless
transmitter. Select WT-4 for Network > Choose hardware in the camera
setup menu.
8 Introduction
Workflow
1 Set up the UT-1 and install software (02).
1-1 Preparing the UT-1
1-2 Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
Workflow
When using the UT-1 for the first time, follow the steps below to
set up the UT-1, install the required software and upload pictures
to the computer.
2 Upload pictures.
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer (019).
2-1 Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
2-2 Connecting the UT-1
2-3 Uploading Images
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server (049).
2-1 Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
2-2 Connecting to the ftp Server
2-3 Uploading Images
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9
Preparing the UT-1
Preparing the UT-1
Inserting the Battery
To prevent loss of power during setup or upload, use a fullycharged battery or an optional AC adapter. The UT-1 takes one
EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery; other batteries can not be
used.
1
2
3
Slide (q) and open (w) the batterychamber cover.
Insert the battery in the orientation
shown. For safety precautions and
information on charging the battery, see
the battery and charger manuals.
Close the battery-chamber cover.
10 Introduction
A
A
Stand-By Mode
When disconnected from the camera, the UT-1 will turn off automatically
after the delay chosen for the Auto power off option in the Wireless
transmitter menu (093), reducing the drain on the battery.
Preparing the UT-1
Removing the Battery
Being careful not to drop the battery, open the
battery-chamber cover and remove the battery as
shown at right.
A
Battery Level
The level of the battery inserted in the UT-1 can be determined by
connecting the UT-1 to the camera (033, 62) and checking the battery
level using the Battery info option (092) in the camera setup menu.
A
Using an AC Adapter
An optional EP-5B power connector and EH-5b or EH-5/EH-5a AC adapter
can also be used to power the camera when the UT-1 is connected.
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Connecting the Adapter
1
Insert the power connector.
Preparing the UT-1
Open the UT-1 battery-chamber (qw)
and power connector (e) covers and
then insert the EP-5B power connector in
the orientation shown (r). Position the
power connector so that it passes
through the power connector slot (t)
and close the battery-chamber cover.
2
Connect the AC adapter.
Connect the AC adapter power cable to the AC socket on AC
adapter (q) and the EP-5B power cable to the DC socket (w).
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3
Plug the adapter in.
4
Preparing the UT-1
If the adapter power lamp does not light
when the adapter is plugged in, consult a
Nikon-authorized service representative.
Turn the UT-1 on.
Press the power switch for about a second to turn the UT-1 on.
When using the AC adapter, be careful that the cords do not
become disconnected.
Disconnecting the Adapter
1
Unplug the adapter.
Turn the UT-1 off and unplug the adapter from the power
outlet.
2
Disconnect the EP-5B.
Disconnect the EP-5B power cable from the AC adapter. Be
sure to pull on the connector, not the cable.
3
Remove the EP-5B.
Open the battery-chamber cover and remove the EP-5B.
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Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
Installing the Wireless
Transmitter Utility
This section describes how to install the Wireless Transmitter
Utility. The Wireless Transmitter Utility is used to copy network
profiles to the camera and is required when configuring the
camera for connection to a computer in transfer and PC modes
(either the Wireless Transmitter Utility or the camera menus can be
used for connection to ftp servers in transfer mode; see page 116
for information on using the camera menus for ftp).
Follow the steps below to install the Wireless Transmitter Utility
under Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Mac OS X.
❏ System Requirements
Before using the UT-1, WT-5, or the Wireless Transmitter Utility,
confirm that your system meets the following requirements:
Nikon D4, D800, D800E, and D7000 digital single-lens
reflex cameras. For information on whether more recent
models support the UT-1, see the camera manual.
One EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery or EP-5B
Power source power connector and EH-5b AC adapter (available
separately)
Camera 1
14 Introduction
Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
• To connect to a computer: Pre-installed versions of
Windows 7 Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/
Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack 1, 64- and 32-bit
versions), Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/
Business/ Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack 2, 64- and
32-bit versions), Windows XP Home Edition/
Professional (Service Pack 3, 32-bit version only), or
2
OS
Mac OS X version 10.6.8 or 10.7.4 (Intel CPUs only).
• To upload pictures to an ftp server: Windows 7 Home Basic/
Home Premium/Professional/Enterprise/Ultimate
(Service Pack 1), Windows Vista Home Basic/Home
Premium/Business/ Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack
2), Windows XP Home Edition/Professional (Service
Pack 3), and Mac OS X version 10.6.8
• Wireless: WT-5 wireless transmitter and wireless LAN
access point or computer with built-in or external
wireless LAN adapter (IEEE 802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11g,
Network
or 802.11a compliant).
• Ethernet: Ethernet cable and computer with built-in or
external Ethernet port (100 base-TX or 10 base-T)
• Wireless Transmitter Utility: required to copy computer
profiles to camera. 3
• CD-ROM drive: required when using supplied CD.
Miscellaneous
• USB: the supplied USB cable and a computer with builtin USB port are required when copying network
profiles to camera. 4
1. Be sure to update to the latest versions of the UT-1 firmware and supplied
software.
2. For the latest information on supported operating systems, see the Nikon
website for your area (0xii).
3. Not required for connection to ftp servers.
4. Connect the camera directly to the computer. The camera may not function
as expected when connected via a hub, extension cable, or keyboard.
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❏ Installing Software
Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
Before connecting to a network, install the Wireless Transmitter
Utility. The Wireless Transmitter Utility is required for pairing in
image transfer and PC modes and can be used to create network
profiles.
Before installing the software, confirm that your computer meets
the system requirements on page 14. Be sure to update to the
latest versions of the camera and wireless transmitter firmware
and the Wireless Transmitter Utility.
1
Double-click the installer icon.
Using the supplied CD, download the Wireless
Transmitter Utility from a Nikon website. When
download is complete, double-click the installer
icon.
2
Select a language (Windows only).
Select a language and click Next.
q Select language
w Click Next
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3
Start the installer.
4
Windows
Mac OS
Click Next
Click Continue
Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
Click Next (Windows) or Continue (Mac OS) and follow the
on-screen instructions.
Exit the installer.
Click OK (Windows) or Close (Mac OS) when installation is
complete.
Windows
Mac OS
Click OK
Click Close
A
The WT-4 Setup Utility
The Wireless Transmitter Utility must be reinstalled if the WT-4 Setup
Utility or other Nikon software for wireless networks is installed after
installation is complete.
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Installing the Wireless Transmitter Utility
18 Introduction
Using the UT-1 with a
Computer
The UT-1 can be used in the following modes (thumbnail select
and printer modes are not supported):
• Transfer mode: Upload images to a computer.
• PC mode: Control the camera from a computer using
Camera Control Pro 2 (available separately).
The workflow for each of these modes is shown below.
1 Copying Network Profiles to the Camera (020).
2Upload pictures.
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer (033–41).
2-1 Connecting the UT-1
2-2 Uploading Images
PC Mode (042–47).
2-1 Connecting to the Computer
2-2 Controlling the Camera
D
Before Connecting
Complete network settings on the computer before connecting.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
19
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
Copying Network Profiles to the
Camera
Before copying network profiles, confirm that the computer is
running and the user is logged in.
1
Connect the USB cable supplied with the camera.
2
Turn the camera on.
3
Start the Wireless Transmitter Utility.
Power switch
• Windows: Double-click the Wireless Transmitter Utility icon
on the desktop.
• Mac OS X: Click the Wireless Transmitter Utility icon in the
Dock.
20 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
4
Select WT-4 and click Next (note that you should select WT-4
even when the UT-1 is connected to a WT-5 wireless
transmitter).
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
5
The dialog shown below will be displayed; click Next.
21
6
Select Add/Edit profiles and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
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A
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
The “Select Action” Dialog
The other options in the “Select Action” dialog are described below.
• Change password: The dialog shown at
right will be displayed. By default, no
password is required to change device
profiles using the Wireless Transmitter
Utility. A password can be added by
selecting Change password. If the
camera is later connected to a
different computer, a password
prompt will be displayed. Once the
correct password has been entered,
the prompt will not be displayed
again. To change an existing password, enter the old password before
typing the new password. To remove the password, select Reset
password (profiles will be lost) and click Next. Please note that
resetting the password deletes all existing device profiles from the
camera. Click Back to exit without changing password settings.
• Setup picture folder: The dialog shown at
right will be displayed. This screen
allows you to select the destination
folder when downloading images to
your computer in transfer mode. Click
the Browse... button to select the
destination for images uploaded to
the computer (the camera need not
be connected for this operation). The
default destination is the “UT-1” folder
in “My Pictures” (Windows XP) or
“Pictures” (other versions of Windows).
• Show it with ViewNX 2: If this option is selected, uploaded images will be
displayed in ViewNX 2 when the connection with the UT-1 is
terminated. This option is only available if ViewNX 2 is installed.
23
7
Select Add new profile and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
24 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
8
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
Enter the following information and click Next:
• Profile name: Enter a name of up to 16 characters.
• Connection type: Choose Computer.
• Interface type: Choose Wireless & Ethernet for networks that
include wireless; if you will not be connecting to a wireless
network, select Ethernet only and proceed to Step 11.
25
9
Select Manual setup and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
26 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
A
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
“Automatic Setup”
Choose Automatic setup (recommended) when using a new
network for the first time. The following dialog will be displayed;
select Ad hoc, or select Infrastructure network (recommended)
and choose a network from the pull-down menu. Click Next to
proceed to Step 11 (030).
The Automatic setup (recommended) option can not be used with
existing network profiles, third-party wireless LAN adapters, networks
using static IP addresses, or Mac OS X.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
27
10 Enter the following information and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
• Network name (SSID): Enter a network name or choose from a
list of existing networks. Do not change the name if it is
supplied automatically.
• Communication mode: Select Infrastructure or Ad-hoc.
• Channel: Select a channel (ad hoc only; in infrastructure
mode, the UT-1 will choose the channel automatically). Note
that if a matching SSID is detected on a different channel,
the UT-1 may change the channel automatically.
• Authentication: The authentication used on the network.
Choose from open system, shared key, WPA-PSK, and
WPA2-PSK (infrastructure) or from open system and shared
key (ad hoc).
• Encryption: The encryption used on the network. The options
available depend on the authentication used.
Open: None; 64- or 128-bit WEP
Shared: 64- or 128-bit WEP
WPA-PSK: TKIP; AES
WPA2-PSK: AES
• Encryption key: If the network uses encryption, enter the
network key. The number of characters required depends
on the type of key used:
Number of characters (ASCII)
Number of characters (hex)
WEP (64-bit) WEP (128-bit)
5
13
10
26
TKIP, AES
8–63
64
Note that depending on the device and the key setting used,
the UT-1 may fail to connect. If this occurs, try choosing a
different key setting.
• Key index: If WEP64 or WEP128 is selected for Encryption,
choose a key index (the default index is 1). A key index is not
required when None is selected.
28 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
29
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
11 If the network is configured to supply IP addresses automatiCopying Network Profiles to the Camera
cally using a DHCP server or Auto IP, select Obtain IP address
automatically and click Next. Otherwise remove the check
from this option and enter the following information before
clicking Next:
• Obtain IP address automatically: Select this option if the network
is configured to supply IP addresses automatically. If the
network does not include a DHCP server, addresses will be
supplied by Auto IP.
• IP address: If the network is configured for manual IP
addressing, enter an IP address for the UT-1.
• Subnet mask: If the network is configured for manual IP
addressing, enter a subnet mask for the UT-1.
• Default gateway: If the network requires a gateway address,
select this option and enter the address supplied by the
network administrator.
• DNS Server: If a Domain Name Server exists on the network,
select this option and enter the address supplied by the
network administrator.
30 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
12 Confirm that settings are correct and click Next.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
13 Select Finish wizard and click Next.
31
14 Turn the camera off and disconnect the
USB cable.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
The network profile has now been copied to the camera. Proceed
to “Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer” (033) or “PC Mode”
(042).
32 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Connecting the UT-1
1
2
3
Turn the camera off and insert the
memory card containing the pictures to
be sent (if the camera is equipped with
multiple memory card slots, the card can
be inserted into any slot).
16GB
Before connecting the UT-1, confirm that the host computer is
running and the user is logged in.
Open the UT-1 USB connector cover and
connect the USB cable from the UT-1 to
the camera USB connector (for more
information on connecting USB cables to
the camera, see the camera manual).
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Connecting the UT-1
Uploading Pictures to a Host
Computer
Connect the Ethernet cable or wireless transmitter.
Ethernet networks: Connect the Ethernet cable to the computer
and UT-1 as shown. Do not use force or insert the connectors
at an angle.
Wireless networks: Connect the WT-5 wireless transmitter as
described on page 8.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
33
4
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Connecting the UT-1
5
6
Turn the camera on.
Power switch
Select Transfer mode for the
Wireless transmitter > Mode option in
the camera setup menu (072).
A list of available connection profiles will
be displayed. Highlight the desired
profile and press J.
A
Viewing Profile Information
Press the camera L (?) button to view
information on the selected profile.
7
Select Wireless transmitter > Transfer
settings and adjust settings as described
on pages 89–90.
34 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
8
Power switch
Confirm that the selected profile is
displayed in green in the top level of the
wireless transmitter menu. For
information on what to do if an error is
displayed, see “Troubleshooting” (0119).
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Connecting the UT-1
9
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn the UT-1 on.
35
Uploading Images
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
1
Press the K button to view pictures on the memory card.
Display the first picture to be sent in single-image playback or
highlight it in the thumbnail list.
2
Press J (D800 and D800E), press the
center of the multi selector while
pressing J (D4), or press J while
pressing the BKT button (D7000). The
image will be marked with a white “send”
icon and transmission will begin
immediately. During upload, images are marked with a green
“sending” icon. Repeat this process to send additional images
(pictures will be sent in the order selected).
Images that have been successfully
uploaded are marked with a blue “sent”
icon. Images can be resent using the
controls described above to change the
blue “sent” icon to a white “send” icon.
A
D800 and D800E Retouch Options
When Wireless transmitter > Mode > Transfer mode is selected in the
camera setup menu and the UT-1 is connected, the J button on the D800
or D800E is used during playback to select pictures for upload, preventing
it from being used to select pictures for other operations, such as side-byside comparison. To restore normal operation, select another option for
Wireless transmitter > Mode.
36 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
3
Power switch
❏ Interrupting Transmission
To cancel transmission of images marked
with a white “send” icon or green “sending”
icon, select the images during playback and
use the controls described in Step 2 on page 36. The icon will be
removed. Any of the following actions will also interrupt
transmission:
• Turning the camera or UT-1 off
• Selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer
settings > Deselect all?
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn the UT-1 off. Disconnect
the USB cable and UT-1. The destination
folder selected in the Wireless
Transmitter Utility (023) will open
automatically when the connection
between the computer and the UT-1 is
terminated.
D
During Upload
Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the Ethernet cable during
upload.
A
Interval Timer Photography
Choose a long auto meter-off delay when using the interval timer.
A
Voice Memos
Voice memos can not be uploaded separately, but will be included when
associated pictures are transmitted. Voice recordings can not be selected
for upload.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
37
A
Loss of Signal
Transmission may be interrupted if the signal is lost (040). Transmission
can be resumed by turning the UT-1 off and then on again.
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
A
Turning the Camera Off
“Send” marking will be saved if the camera or UT-1 is turned off while
transmission is in progress. Transmission of images marked with a “send”
icon will resume when the camera or UT-1 is turned on.
38 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
❏ Transfer Status
During playback, the status of images selected for upload is shown
as follows:
Images that have been selected for upload
are marked with a white a icon.
b: “Sending”
A green b icon is displayed during upload.
c: “Sent”
Images that have been uploaded successfully
are marked with a blue c icon.
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
a: “Send”
A
Removing the “Send,” “Sending,” and “Sent” Icons
“Send,” “sending,” and “sent” icons can be removed from all images by
selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer settings > Deselect
all? (090).
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
39
❏ Network Status
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
The status of the link between the host and the UT-1 is shown by
the status LEDs and by the display in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
The Status LEDs
The POWER LED lights when the UT-1 is on.
Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the
faster the LED flashes, the better the signal
and the faster data can be transmitted. The
ERROR LED flashes to show that an error has
occurred.
Status LEDs
Status
POWER
LINK
ERROR
I (off )
I (off )
I (off )
UT-1 off
K (on)
I (off )
I (off )
USB cable not connected
K (on)
K (on)
I (off )
Connecting to host
K (on) H (flashes) I (off )
Waiting to send or sending data
K (on)
I (off ) H (flashes)
Connection error
UT-1 hardware or battery malfunction H (flashes) H (flashes) H (flashes)
40 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
The Status Display
Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
Battery level: A fivelevel display
showing the charge
state of the battery
in the UT-1.
Signal strength: Wireless signal
strength. Ethernet connections are
shown by d.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images
e, f: The estimated
time required to
send the remaining
images.
Status area: The status of the
connection to the host. The host
name is displayed in green when a
connection is established. While files
are being transferred, the status
display shows “Now sending”
followed by the name of the file being
sent. Any errors that occur during
transfer are also displayed here
(0119).
41
PC Mode
PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer
In PC mode, a camera equipped with a UT-1 can be controlled over a
wireless or Ethernet network from a computer running Camera
Control Pro 2 (available separately) and photographs saved directly
to the computer hard disk instead of the camera memory card
(movies are still recorded to the memory card and can consequently
only be recorded when a memory card is inserted in the camera).
Connecting to the Computer
Before connecting the UT-1, confirm that the host computer is
running and the user is logged in.
1
2
After turning the camera off, open the UT-1 USB connector
cover and connect the USB cable from the UT-1 to the camera
USB connector (for more information on connecting USB
cables to the camera, see the camera manual).
Connect the Ethernet cable or wireless transmitter.
Ethernet networks: To access the network via Ethernet, confirm that
the camera is off and connect the Ethernet cable to the computer
and UT-1 as shown. Do not use force or insert the connectors at
an angle. Note that wireless transfer is disabled while an Ethernet
cable is connected; before accessing a wireless network, turn the
UT-1 off and disconnect the Ethernet cable.
Wireless networks: Connect the WT-5 wireless transmitter as
described on page 8.
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3
5
Power switch
PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer
4
Turn the camera on.
Select PC mode for the
Wireless transmitter > Mode option in
the camera setup menu (072).
A list of available connection profiles will
be displayed. Highlight the desired
profile and press J.
A
Viewing Profile Information
Press the camera L (?) button to view
information on the selected profile.
6
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn the UT-1 on.
Power switch
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43
7
PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer
When a connection is established, the
network name will be displayed in green
in the top level of the wireless transmitter
menu. For information on what to do if an
error is displayed, see “Troubleshooting”
(0119).
44 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Controlling the Camera
3
4
Complete the steps in “Connecting to the Computer” (042).
Start Camera Control Pro 2 on the host
computer and confirm that “PC” is
displayed in the camera control panel.
Control the camera as described in the Camera Control Pro 2
manual or online help.
When transfer is complete, press the
power switch for about a second to turn
the UT-1 off and then disconnect the
USB cable.
Power switch
PC Mode / Controlling the Camera
1
2
D
Wireless Networks
More time may be required to complete operations on wireless networks.
D
Ethernet Networks: Do Not Disconnect the Ethernet Cable
Do not disconnect the Ethernet cable while the camera is on.
A
Wireless Networks: Loss of Signal During Transfer
A loss of signal may interrupt the connection while pictures are being
transferred to Camera Control Pro 2. If the ERROR LED on the UT-1 is
flashing (02), turn the UT-1 off and then on again. Transfer will resume
when the connection is re-established. Do not turn the camera off.
Transfer can not be resumed once the camera has been turned off.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
45
❏ Network Status
PC Mode / Controlling the Camera
The status of the link between the host and the UT-1 is shown by
the status LEDs and by the display in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
The Status LEDs
The POWER LED lights when the UT-1 is on.
Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the
faster the LED flashes, the better the signal
and the faster data can be transmitted. The
ERROR LED flashes to show that an error has
occurred.
Status LEDs
Status
POWER
LINK
ERROR
I (off )
I (off )
I (off)
UT-1 off
K (on)
I (off )
I (off)
USB cable not connected
K (on)
K (on)
I (off)
Connecting to host
K (on) H (flashes) I (off)
Waiting to send or sending data
K (on)
I (off ) H (flashes)
Connection error
UT-1 hardware or battery malfunction H (flashes) H (flashes) H (flashes)
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The Status Display
Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
Battery level: A fivelevel display
showing the charge
state of the battery
in the UT-1.
Signal strength: Wireless signal strength.
Ethernet connections are shown by d.
Using the UT-1 with a Computer
PC Mode / Controlling the Camera
Status area: The status of the connection
to the host. The host name is displayed
in green when a connection is
established. Any errors that occur
during transfer are also displayed here
(0119).
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PC Mode
48 Using the UT-1 with a Computer
Uploading Pictures to
an ftp Server
Follow the steps below to upload pictures to an ftp server over
wireless or Ethernet networks.
1 Copying Network Profiles to the Camera (050)
2 Connecting to the ftp Server (062)
3 Uploading Images (065)
D
Before Connecting
Configure the server before connecting. Servers can be configured using
standard ftp services available with supported operating systems, such as
IIS (Internet Information Services). Connection to computers on other
networks via a router, Internet ftp connections and ftp servers running
third-party software are not supported.
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
49
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
Copying Network Profiles to the
Camera
Before copying network profiles, confirm that the computer is
running and the user is logged in.
1
Connect the USB cable supplied with the camera.
2
Turn the camera on.
3
Power switch
Start the Wireless Transmitter Utility.
• Windows: Double-click the Wireless Transmitter Utility icon
on the desktop.
• Mac OS X: Click the Wireless Transmitter Utility icon in the
Dock.
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4
Select WT-4 and click Next (note that you should select WT-4
even when the UT-1 is connected to a WT-5 wireless
transmitter).
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
5
The dialog shown below will be displayed; click Next.
51
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
6
Select Add/Edit profiles and click Next.
7
Select Add new profile and click Next.
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8
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
Enter the following information and click Next:
• Profile name: Enter a name of up to 16 characters.
• Connection type: Choose FTP Server.
• Interface type: Choose Wireless & Ethernet for networks that
include wireless; if you will not be connecting to a wireless
network, select Ethernet only and proceed to Step 11.
53
9
Select Manual setup and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
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A
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
“Automatic Setup”
Choose Automatic setup when using a new network for the first time.
The following dialog will be displayed; select Ad hoc, or select
Infrastructure network (recommended) and choose a network from the
pull-down menu. Click Next to proceed to Step 11 (058).
The Automatic setup (recommended) option can not be used with
existing network profiles, third-party wireless LAN adapters, networks
using static IP addresses, or Mac OS X.
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55
10 Enter the following information and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
• Network name (SSID): Enter a network name or choose from a
list of existing networks. Do not change the name if it is
supplied automatically.
• Communication mode: Select Infrastructure or Ad-hoc.
• Channel: Select a channel (ad hoc only; in infrastructure
mode, the UT-1 will choose the channel automatically). Note
that if a matching SSID is found on a different channel, the
UT-1 may change the channel automatically.
• Authentication: The authentication used on the network.
Choose from open system, shared key, WPA-PSK, and
WPA2-PSK (infrastructure) or from open system and shared
key (ad hoc).
• Encryption: The encryption used on the network. The options
available depend on the authentication used.
Open: None; 64- or 128-bit WEP
Shared: 64- or 128-bit WEP
WPA-PSK: TKIP; AES
WPA2-PSK: AES
• Encryption key: If the network uses encryption, enter the
network key. The number of characters required depends on
the type of key used:
Number of characters (ASCII)
Number of characters (hex)
WEP (64-bit) WEP (128-bit)
5
13
10
26
TKIP, AES
8–63
64
Note that depending on the device and the key setting used,
the UT-1 may fail to connect. If this occurs, try choosing a
different key setting.
• Key Index: If WEP64 or WEP128 is selected for Encryption,
choose a key index (the default index is 1). A key index is not
required when None is selected.
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Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
57
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
11 Remove the check from Obtain IP address automatically
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
and enter the following information. Click Next to proceed
when entry is complete.
• IP address: Enter an IP address for the UT-1.
• Subnet mask: Enter a subnet mask for the UT-1.
• Default gateway: If the network requires a gateway address,
select this option and enter the address supplied by the
network administrator.
• DNS Server: If a Domain Name Server exists on the network,
select this option and enter the address supplied by the
network administrator.
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12 Enter ftp settings and click Next.
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
• FTP server: Enter the URL or IP address of the ftp server.
• FTP server port: Enter the port number for the ftp server.
• FTP path: Choose the folder to which pictures will be
uploaded. If no path is specified, pictures will be uploaded
to the home folder.
• Anonymous login: Select this option for anonymous login, or
leave this option unchecked to supply a User ID and
Password.
• Use proxy server: If a proxy server is required for ftp, select this
option and enter the IP address and port number for the
proxy server.
• PASV mode: Select this option to use PASV mode.
59
13 Confirm that settings are correct and click Next.
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
14 Select Finish wizard and click Next.
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15 Press the power switch for about a second to turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable.
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
The network profile has now been copied to the camera. Proceed
to “Connecting to the ftp Server” (062).
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Connecting to the ftp Server
1
2
3
Turn the camera off and insert the
memory card containing the pictures to
be sent (if the camera is equipped with
multiple memory card slots, the card can
be inserted into any slot).
16GB
Connecting to the ftp Server
Before connecting the UT-1, confirm that the host computer is
running and the user is logged in.
Open the UT-1 USB connector cover and
connect the USB cable from the UT-1 to
the camera USB connector (for more
information on connecting USB cables to
the camera, see the camera manual).
Connect the Ethernet cable or wireless transmitter.
Ethernet networks: To access the network via Ethernet, confirm
that the camera is off and connect the Ethernet cable to the
computer and UT-1 as shown. Do not use force or insert the
connectors at an angle. Note that wireless transfer is disabled
while an Ethernet cable is connected; before accessing a
wireless network, turn the UT-1 off and disconnect the
Ethernet cable.
Wireless networks: Connect the WT-5 wireless transmitter as
described on page 8.
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4
6
Power switch
Select Transfer mode for the
Wireless transmitter > Mode option in
the camera setup menu (072).
Connecting to the ftp Server
5
Turn the camera on.
A list of available connection profiles will
be displayed. Highlight the desired
profile and press J.
A
Viewing Profile Information
Press the camera L (?) button to view
information on the selected profile.
A
Editing ftp Server Profiles
To edit the ftp server profile, press the camera
W button after turning on the UT-1. See the
Menu Guide for more information (0 73).
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63
7
Connecting to the ftp Server
8
9
Select Wireless transmitter > Transfer
settings and adjust settings as described
on pages 89–90.
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn on the UT-1.
Confirm that the selected profile is
displayed in green in the top level of the
wireless transmitter menu. For
information on what to do if an error is
displayed, see “Troubleshooting” (0119).
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Power switch
Uploading Images
Press the K button to view pictures on the memory card.
Display the first picture to be sent in single-image playback or
highlight it in the thumbnail list.
2
Press J (D800 and D800E), press the
center of the multi selector while
pressing J (D4), or press J while
pressing the BKT button (D7000). The
image will be marked with a white “send”
icon and transmission will begin
immediately. During upload, images are marked with a green
“sending” icon. Repeat this process to send additional images
(pictures will be sent in the order selected).
Uploading Images
1
Images that have been successfully
uploaded are marked with a blue “sent”
icon. Images can be resent using the
controls described above to change the
blue “sent” icon to a white “send” icon.
A
D800 and D800E Retouch Options
When Wireless transmitter > Mode > Transfer mode is selected in the
camera setup menu and the UT-1 is connected, the J button on the D800
or D800E is used during playback to select pictures for upload, preventing
it from being used to select pictures for other operations, such as side-byside comparison. To restore normal operation, select another option for
Wireless transmitter > Mode.
A
Interval Timer Photography
Choose a long auto meter-off delay when using the interval timer.
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
65
3
Uploading Images
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn the UT-1 off, then
disconnect the USB cable and UT-1. The
destination folder can be selected using
the Wireless Transmitter Utility (023,
59).
Power switch
❏ Interrupting Transmission
To cancel transmission of images marked with a white “send” icon
or green “sending” icon, select the images during playback and
use the controls described in Step 2 on page 65. The icon will be
removed. Any of the following actions will also interrupt
transmission:
• Turning the camera or UT-1 off
• Selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer
settings > Deselect all?
D
During Upload
Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the Ethernet cable during
upload.
D
File Names
To prevent files from being overwritten during transfer, select On for the
File number sequence option in the camera Custom Settings menu
before transfer. When uploading files from multiple cameras to the same
server, assign each camera its own folder.
A
Voice Memos
Voice memos can not be uploaded separately, but will be included when
associated pictures are transmitted. Voice recordings can not be selected
for upload.
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❏ Transfer Status
During playback, the status of images selected for uploaded is
shown as follows:
Images that have been selected for upload
are marked with a white a icon.
Uploading Images
a: “Send”
b: “Sending”
A green b icon is displayed during upload.
c: “Sent”
Images that have been uploaded successfully
are marked with a blue c icon.
A
Loss of Signal
Transmission may be interrupted if the signal is lost (068). Transmission
can be resumed by turning the UT-1 off and then on again.
A
Turning the Camera Off
“Send” marking will be saved if the camera or UT-1 is turned off while
transmission is in progress. Transmission of images marked with a “send”
icon will resume when the camera or UT-1 is turned on.
A
Removing the “Send,” “Sending,” and “Sent” Icons
“Send,” “sending,” and “sent” icons can be removed from all images by
selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer settings > Deselect
all? (090).
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67
❏ Network Status
Uploading Images
The status of the link between the host and the UT-1 is shown by
the status LEDs and by the display in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
The Status LEDs
The POWER LED lights when the UT-1 is on.
Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the
faster the LED flashes, the better the signal
and the faster data can be transmitted. The
ERROR LED flashes to show that an error has
occurred.
Status LEDs
Status
POWER
LINK
ERROR
I (off )
I (off )
I (off )
UT-1 off
K (on)
I (off )
I (off )
USB cable not connected
K (on)
K (on)
I (off )
Connecting to host
K (on) H (flashes) I (off )
Waiting to send or sending data
K (on)
I (off ) H (flashes)
Connection error
UT-1 hardware or battery malfunction. H (flashes) H (flashes) H (flashes)
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The Status Display
Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
Battery level: A fivelevel display
showing the charge
state of the battery
in the UT-1.
Uploading Images
e, f: The estimated
time required to
send the remaining
images.
Status area: The status of the
connection to the host. The host
name is displayed in green when a
connection is established. While files
are being transferred, the status
display shows “Now sending”
followed by the name of the file being
sent. Any errors that occur during
transfer are also displayed here.
Signal strength: Wireless signal
strength. Ethernet connections are
shown by d.
Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
69
Uploading Images
70 Uploading Pictures to an ftp Server
Menu Guide
This section describes the settings available
for the Wireless transmitter option in the
camera setup menu when the UT-1 is
connected.
Menu item
Mode
Choose Profile
FTP Registration (Transfer Mode Only)
Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only)
Transfer Settings
Auto Send
Delete After Send?
Send File As
Send Folder
Deselect All?
Print
Device Info
Battery Info
MAC Address
Firmware Version
Device Settings
Auto Power Off
Format Transmitter’s Memory
Pg.
072
072
073
073
089
089
089
090
090
090
091
092
092
092
092
093
093
093
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Mode
Mode / Choose Profile
Choose from transfer (033) and PC (042)
modes; thumbnail select and print modes are
not supported. Selecting either option
displays a profile list showing the connections
available in the selected mode.
Choose Profile
Selecting an option from the Mode menu
displays a profile list showing the connections
available in the selected mode. The UT-1 can
store a total of up to nine host and server
profiles. To delete a profile, highlight it in the
profile list and press the O button. To edit an
ftp server profile, highlight the profile and press the W button
(073).
To view profile information, highlight the desired profile and press
the L (?) button. The following information will be displayed.
Profile name
(025, 53, 117)
SSID
(028, 56,
118)
D
Device (computer or
ftp server)
Interface type
(025, 53, 118)
Using the Menus
If the shutter-release button on the camera is pressed while menus are
displayed, the monitor will turn off and any changes to the current profile
will be lost.
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FTP Registration (Transfer Mode Only)
Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to
ftp Servers Only)
To edit an ftp server profile, highlight it in the
profile list in transfer mode and press the W
button. Choose the settings to be edited
from Wireless, TCP/IP, and FTP, or select
Done to save changes and return to the
profile list. Only ftp server profiles can be
edited in this fashion; to edit other profiles, use the Wireless
Transmitter Utility. This option is only available when the UT-1 is
connected to the camera via USB and the UT-1 is on.
Mode / FTP Registration (Transfer Mode Only)
In transfer mode, ftp profiles can be created without using the
Wireless Transmitter Utility. See the Appendix for more information
(0116). This option is only available when the UT-1 is connected
to the camera via USB and the UT-1 is on.
A
Text Entry
The following dialog is displayed when text entry is required.
Keyboard area: Use
multi selector to
highlight letters,
press center to
select.
Text display area: Text appears
in this area. To move cursor,
press W while using up,
down, left, and right buttons
on multi selector.
Use the multi selector to highlight the desired character in the keyboard
area and press the center of the multi selector to insert the highlighted
character at the current cursor position (note that if a character is entered
when the field is full, the last character in the field will be deleted). To delete
the character under the cursor, press the O button. To move the cursor to a
new position, press the W button while using the multi selector.
To complete entry and return to the previous menu, press the J button.
To exit to the previous menu without completing text entry, press G.
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❏ Wireless
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / Wireless
This option contains settings for connection
to a wireless network and is only displayed if
the interface type for the selected profile is
Wireless & Ethernet. The wireless menu has
two pages of options; to scroll between
pages, press the multi selector up or down.
Wireless Menu, Page 1/2
SSID: A BSS- or ESS-ID is required for
connection to a wireless LAN adapter or
access point. To change the BSS- or ESS-ID,
highlight the current ID, press the multi
selector to the right, and enter a new ID as
described in the note on the previous page.
Press J to return to the wireless menu (1/2).
Communication mode: Choose a mode according
to how the wireless network is set up.
Option
Description
Infrastructure Connection to wireless network is
(default) via access point.
Direct peer-to-peer wireless
Ad hoc
connection to host.
A
Ethernet Networks
No adjustments to wireless LAN settings are required when the camera is
connected to a LAN by an Ethernet cable.
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Channel *
1
Return to the wireless menu
(1/2).
* Not required if Infrastructure is selected for Communication mode.
Authentication: Choose the type of
authentication used by the computer or
access point. The camera supports WPA-PSK,
WPA2-PSK, open system, and shared key
authentication. WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK are
available only in infrastructure mode.
Menu Guide
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / Wireless
2
Choose a channel.
75
Wireless Menu, Page 2/2
Encryption
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / Wireless
1
Highlight an encryption
method.
A
Encryption
The type of encryption available
depends on the option selected for
Authentication (028, 75):
•Open: No encryption, WEP
•Shared: WEP
•WPA-PSK: TKIP, AES
•WPA2-PSK: AES
2
3
Return the to wireless menu
(2/2).
Highlight an encryption key.
Skip Steps 3–5 if No encryption
was selected in Steps 1–2.
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4
Return to the wireless menu
(2/2).
Key index: In infrastructure networks
that use WEP encryption, choose the key
index used by the host or access point.
1
2
Choose an index.
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / Wireless
5
Edit the encryption key:
• Base 16: Enter the key as
described on page 73. 64-bit
keys require 10 digits, 128-bit
keys 26 digits, TKIP and AES
keys 64 digits.
• ASCII: Enter the key as described on page 26. 64-bit keys are 5
characters long, 128-bit keys 13 characters long, TKIP and
AES keys 8 to 63 characters long.
Note that depending on the device and the key setting used,
the UT-1 may fail to connect. If this occurs, try choosing a
different key setting.
Return to the wireless menu
(2/2).
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❏ TCP/IP
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / TCP/IP
Adjust TCP/IP settings as described on the
following pages. The TCP/IP menu has two
pages of options; to scroll between pages,
press the multi selector up or down.
TCP/IP Menu, Page 1/2
Obtain automatically: Highlight this option and
press the multi selector right to toggle it on
(M) or off. Turn this option on if the wireless
network is configured to supply an IP address
automatically by DHCP server or Auto IP.
Otherwise turn it off and enter the address
and sub-net mask supplied by the network
administrator as described below.
1
Highlight Address.
2
Enter edit mode.
3
Press the multi selector left or
right to select, up or down to
change.
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4
Exit to the TCP/IP menu (1/2). If
a sub-net mask is required,
proceed to Step 5.
Highlight Mask.
6
Enter edit mode.
7
Choose a sub-net mask.
8
Exit to the TCP/IP menu (1/2).
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / TCP/IP
5
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TCP/IP Menu, Page 2/2
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / TCP/IP
Use gateway: Highlight this option and press
the multi selector right to toggle it on (M) or
off. If the network requires a gateway
address, turn this option on and enter the
address supplied by the network
administrator as described below.
1
Highlight Address.
2
Enter edit mode.
3
4
Press the multi selector left or
right to select, up or down to
change.
Return to the TCP/IP menu
(2/2).
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1
Highlight Address.
2
Enter edit mode.
3
4
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / TCP/IP
Enable DNS: Highlight this option and press the
multi selector right to toggle it on (M) or off.
If a Domain Name Server (DNS) exists on the
network, turn this option on and enter the
address supplied by the network
administrator as described below.
Press the multi selector left or
right to select, up or down to
change.
Return the to TCP/IP menu
(2/2).
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❏ FTP
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
Adjust ftp settings as described on the
following pages. The ftp menu has three
pages of options; to scroll between pages,
press the multi selector up or down.
FTP Menu, Page 1/3
Server
1
Highlight Address.
2
Display the text entry dialog.
3
4
Enter a server address (required;
073).
Return to the ftp menu (1/3).
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Highlight Folder.
6
Display the text entry dialog.
7
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
5
Enter the destination folder
name (073).
8
Return to the ftp menu (1/3).
9
Highlight Port.
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83
10 Enter edit mode.
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
11 Press the multi selector left or
right to select, up or down to
change.
12 Return to the ftp menu (1/3).
PASV mode: Highlight this option and press the
multi selector right to toggle PASV mode on
(M) or off.
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FTP Menu, Page 2/3
1
Highlight User ID.
2
Display the text entry dialog.
3
Enter a user name (073).
4
Return to the ftp menu (2/3).
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
Anonymous login: Highlight this option and
press the multi selector right to toggle it on
(M) or off. Turn this option on for anonymous
login, off to enter a user name and password
as described below.
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Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
5
Highlight Password.
6
Display the text entry dialog.
7
Enter a password (073).
8
Return to the ftp menu (2/3).
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FTP Menu, Page 3/3
1
Highlight Address.
2
Display the text entry dialog.
3
4
Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
Use proxy server: Highlight this option and press
the multi selector right to toggle it on (M) or
off. If a proxy server is required for ftp, turn
this option on and enter an address and port
number as described below.
Enter a proxy server address
(073).
Return to the ftp menu (3/3).
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Mode / Editing ftp Profiles (for Connection to ftp Servers Only) / FTP
5
Highlight Port.
6
Enter edit mode.
7
8
Press the multi selector left or
right to select, up or down to
change.
Return to the ftp menu (3/3).
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Transfer Settings (Transfer Mode Only)
The following settings are available in transfer mode:
Transfer Settings / Auto Send
Auto Send
Choose whether to upload photographs to
the server as they are taken.
Option
Description
Photos are uploaded immediately after
being recorded to camera memory
On
card. * Be sure memory card is inserted
in camera before shooting.
Photos are not automatically uploaded
Off
as they are taken. Photos can be
(default) selected for transmission when camera
is in playback mode.
* Pictures will not be uploaded to the server when the UT-1 is turned off.
Pictures will instead be marked with a “send” indicator as they are
recorded to the memory card.
Delete After Send?
Select Yes to delete photographs from the
camera memory card automatically once
upload is complete (the default option is No).
Deletion may be suspended during some
camera operations; deletion resumes when
the operation ends. Changes to this option
have no effect on pictures that have already been uploaded.
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Send File As
Transfer Settings / Send File As
When uploading NEF + JPEG images to an ftp
server, choose whether to send both NEF
(RAW) and JPEG files or only the JPEG files.
Option
NEF (RAW)
+ JPEG
(default)
JPEG only
Description
Upload both NEF (RAW) and JPEG
files.
Upload JPEG files only.
Send Folder
Upload all files in selected folders (including
those already marked as “sent”).
Deselect All?
Select Yes to remove “send,” “sending,” and
“sent” marking from all images on the
memory card. Upload of any images marked
with a “sending” icon will immediately be
terminated.
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Print (Print Mode Only)
The UT-1 does not support this option.
Print
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Device Info
Device Info / Battery Info
This menu displays the following information about the UT-1. This
option is only available when the UT-1 is connected to the camera
via USB and the UT-1 is on. On the D4, the options in the D800
Device info and Device settings menus can be found under
Network > Device info and settings.
Battery Info
Displays information on the battery inserted
in the UT-1. The Charging life display shows
battery age; replace the battery when
Charging life reaches 4.
MAC Address
Shows the MAC address of the UT-1.
Firmware Version
Displays the UT-1 firmware version.
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Device Settings
Auto Power Off
Set the time delay until the UT-1 power
automatically turns off after the USB
connection between the camera and UT-1 is
terminated.
Device Settings / Auto Power Off
Format the transmitter’s internal memory and choose the delay
before the UT-1 turns off automatically. This option is only
available when the UT-1 is connected to the camera via USB and
the UT-1 is on. On the D4, the options in the D800 Device info and
Device settings menus can be found under Network > Device
info and settings.
Option
Description
Always On The UT-1 does not turn off
(default) automatically.
Choose the delay before the UT-1 turns
Auto off
off automatically from 30 seconds,
delay
1 minute, 10 minutes, and 30 minutes.
Format Transmitter’s Memory
The UT-1 has no built-in memory and does not support this
option.
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Device Settings
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Appendices
Creating an FTP Server
Images can be uploaded to ftp servers created using the standard
ftp services included with Windows 7 (Professional/Enterprise/
Ultimate), Windows Vista (Ultimate/Business/Enterprise), Windows
XP Professional, and Mac OS X. Under Windows, Internet
Information Services (IIS) are required to configure ftp servers
(installation instructions are available from Microsoft). Be sure to
use only characters that appear in the keyboard area of the camera
text-entry dialog (073) for such settings as user ID, password, and
folder names.
The following settings are used below for illustrative purposes:
IP address: 192.168.1.3
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
ftp server port: 21
ftp server
• Windows 7 ............................................................................................... 096
• Windows Vista .......................................................................................0103
• Windows XP ...........................................................................................0110
• Mac OS X version 10.6 ........................................................................0114
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Windows 7
1
Go to Network and Sharing Center.
Creating an FTP Server
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet >
Network and Sharing Center.
2
Display the network adapter list.
Click Change adapter settings.
3
Open the network properties dialog.
If you are connecting via Ethernet, right-click Local Area
Connection and select Properties. If connection is via a
wireless LAN adapter, select Properties in the context menu
for Wireless Network Connection.
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4
Display TCP/IP settings.
5
Creating an FTP Server
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click
Properties.
Enter an IP address and subnet mask.
Enter an IP address and subnet mask for the ftp server and
click OK.
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6
Close the network properties dialog.
Click Close.
Creating an FTP Server
7
Open Administrative Tools.
Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security >
Administrative Tools.
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8
Open the IIS manager.
Double-click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
Creating an FTP Server
9
Select Add FTP Site….
Right-click the computer user name and select Add FTP
Site….
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10 Enter site information.
Creating an FTP Server
Name the site and choose the path to the folder that will be
used for ftp upload. Click Next to proceed.
A
Anonymous Login
To allow anonymous login, select a folder in the user’s public folder as the
content directory.
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11 Choose binding and SSL options.
Appendices
Creating an FTP Server
Select the IP address entered in Step 5, note the port number,
select Start FTP site automatically, and check No SSL. Click
Next to proceed.
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12 Choose authentication options.
Creating an FTP Server
Adjust settings as described below and click Finish.
• Authentication: Basic
• Allow access to: All users
• Permissions: Read/Write
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Windows Vista
1
Display network connections.
2
Open the network properties dialog.
If you are connecting via Ethernet, right-click Local Area
Connection and select Properties. If connection is via a
wireless LAN adapter, select Properties in the context menu
for Wireless Network Connection.
3
Creating an FTP Server
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet
Settings > Network Connections > Manage Network
Connections.
Click Allow.
A “User Account Control” dialog will be displayed; click Allow.
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4
Display TCP/IP settings.
Creating an FTP Server
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click
Properties.
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5
Enter an IP address and subnet mask.
6
Creating an FTP Server
Enter an IP address and subnet mask for the ftp server and
click OK.
Open Administrative Tools.
Click Start > Control Panel > System and Maintenance >
Administrative Tools.
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105
7
Open the IIS manager.
Creating an FTP Server
Double-click Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0
Manager.
8
Click Allow.
A “User Account Control” dialog will be displayed; click Allow.
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9
Display ftp site properties.
Right-click Default FTP Site and select Properties.
Creating an FTP Server
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10 Select the address and port number.
Creating an FTP Server
Select the IP address entered in Step 5 and enter a TCP port
number.
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11 Choose a home directory.
Appendices
Creating an FTP Server
Open the Home Directory tab and select A directory located
on this computer. The root directory for images uploaded to
the ftp server is listed in the Local path text box; choose a
folder and select Read, Write, and Log visits. Click OK to close
the properties dialog.
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Windows XP
1
Display network connections.
Creating an FTP Server
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet
Settings > Network Connections.
2
Open the network properties dialog.
If you are connecting via Ethernet, right-click Local Area
Connection and select Properties. If connection is via a
wireless LAN adapter, select Properties in the context menu
for Wireless Network Connection.
3
Display TCP/IP settings.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties.
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4
Enter an IP address and subnet mask.
5
Creating an FTP Server
Enter an IP address and subnet mask for the ftp server and
click OK.
Open Internet Information Services.
Click Start > Control Panel > System and Maintenance >
Administrative Tools and open the Internet Information
Services console.
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6
Display ftp site properties.
Right-click Default FTP Site and select Properties.
Creating an FTP Server
7
Select the address and port number.
Select the IP address entered in Step 4 and enter a TCP port
number.
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8
Choose a home directory.
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Creating an FTP Server
Open the Home Directory tab and select a directory located
on this computer. The root directory for images uploaded to
the ftp server is listed in the Local path text box; choose a
folder and select Read, Write, and Log visits. Click OK to close
the properties dialog.
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Mac OS X 10.6
1
Display network settings.
Creating an FTP Server
Open System Preferences and click Network.
2
Adjust network settings.
Click the type of network you will use to connect to the server,
enter an IP address, and note the subnet mask. Click Show All
to return to the main System Preferences panel when settings
are complete.
3
Click Sharing.
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4
Display file sharing options.
Select File Sharing and click Options.
Creating an FTP Server
5
Turn ftp file sharing on.
Select Share files and folders using ftp.
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Creating ftp Profiles Using
Camera Menus
Creating ftp Profiles Using Camera Menus
In transfer mode, the camera menus can be used in place of the
Wireless Transmitter Utility to create ftp profiles. Before creating an ftp
profile with the camera menus, connect the UT-1. To prevent
unexpected loss of power, be sure the battery is fully charged or use
an optional EP-5B power connector and EH-5b AC adapter.
1
2
Open the UT-1 USB connector cover and
connect the USB cable from the UT-1 to
the camera USB connector.
Turn the camera on.
Power switch
D
Using the Menus
If the shutter-release button on the camera is pressed while menus are
displayed, the monitor will turn off and any changes to the current profile
will be lost.
A
Firewalls
The UT-1 uses TCP ports 21 and 32768–61000 for ftp. It may be necessary
to adjust firewall settings before connecting to a server behind a firewall.
A
Editing Existing ftp Profiles
See page 73 for information on using camera menus to edit existing ftp
profiles.
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3
5
6
Power switch
Creating ftp Profiles Using Camera Menus
4
Press the power switch for about a
second to turn the UT-1 on.
Select Transfer mode for Wireless
transmitter > Mode (072).
A profile list will be displayed showing
the connections available in transfer
mode. Highlight FTP registration and
press the multi selector to the right. Note
a new ftp profile can not be created if the
camera already contains nine profiles; if
necessary, delete a profile using the O button.
The registration dialog shown at right will
be displayed. Press 1 or 3 to highlight
an option, then press to the right to
select. Select Done to proceed to Step 7
when settings are complete.
Rename: The dialog shown at right will be
displayed. Enter a profile name of up to
16 characters as described in “Text Entry”
(073) and press the J button to return
to the registration dialog.
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Creating ftp Profiles Using Camera Menus
Interface type: The dialog shown at right will
be displayed. Highlight one of the
following options and press the J button
to return to the registration dialog.
Option
Description
Wireless & Ethernet Connect via wireless and/
(default)
or Ethernet.
Ethernet only
Connect via Ethernet only.
Wireless: If Wireless & Ethernet is selected
for Interface type, select this option to
adjust wireless settings as described in the
Menu Guide (074–77). Press 4 to return
to the registration dialog when settings
are complete.
TCP/IP: Adjust TCP/IP settings as described
in the Menu Guide (078–81). Press 4 to
return to the registration dialog when
settings are complete.
FTP: Adjust ftp settings as described in the
Menu Guide (082–88). Press 4 to return
to the registration dialog when settings
are complete.
7
A confirmation dialog will be displayed. Choose from the
following options:
• Yes: Open a connection to the new server and return to the
top level of the wireless transmitter menu.
• No: Return to Step 5 without connecting to the server.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Wireless transmitter
option not available.
The Device info, and
Device settings menus
cannot be selected.
Excessive radio
interference.
Confirm that the UT-1 is
connected and on.
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35, 43, 64
10, 92
33, 42, 62
Troubleshooting
“POWER” LED does not
light.
Solution
• Turn the UT-1 on.
• Confirm that the battery is
inserted and fully charged.
Confirm that the UT-1 is
connected and on.
33, 42, 62
Adjust the position of the wireless
—
access point or host computer.
UT-1 hardware or battery
All LEDs flash at once.
malfunction. Contact a Nikon—
authorized service representative.
• Check settings for host and/or 28, 56, 73
Camera displays TCP/IP or wireless LAN adapter and adjust
camera settings appropriately.
FTP error.
• Check firewall settings.
7
• Confirm that host and wireless
—
LAN adapter are on.
• Ensure that there are no
—
Camera displays wireless
obstacles between UT-1 and
wireless LAN adapter.
error.
• Check settings for host and/or 28, 56, 73
wireless LAN adapter and adjust
camera settings appropriately.
Connect Ethernet cable or
Camera displays “Ethernet
change interface setting to
25, 53, 118
cable is not connected”.
Wireless & Ethernet.
Memory card error
Confirm that memory card is
—
displayed.
properly inserted.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Transfer interrupted
before all photographs are
sent.
USB cable disconnected
during transmission.
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Solution
Transfer will resume if UT-1 is
turned off and then on again.
Reconnect the USB cable. Do not
turn the camera off.
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Specifications
Ethernet
Standards
Data rates
Port
Wireless (WT-5)
IEEE 802.3u (100 base-TX)/IEEE 802.3 (10 base-T)
10/100 Mbps with auto detect
100 base-TX/10 base-T (AUTO-MDIX)
Specifications
❚❚ Communication Unit UT-1
WT-5/WT-5A/WT-5B/WT-5C: 802.11a/b/g/n
WT-5D: 802.11b/g/n
IEEE802.11a: OFDM
Communications
IEEE802.11g: OFDM
protocols
IEEE802.11b: DSSS
IEEE802.11n: OFDM
WT-5: 5180-5320 MHz (36/40/44/48/52/56/60/64 ch)
5500-5700 MHz (100/104/108/112/116/120/124/
128/132/136/140 ch)
2412-2472 MHz (1–13 ch)
WT-5A: 5180-5320 MHz (36/40/44/48/52/56/60/
64 ch)
Operating frequency 5745-5825 MHz (149/153/157/161/165 ch)
(MHz)
2412-2462 MHz (1–11 ch)
WT-5B: 5180-5320 MHz (36/40/44/48/52/56/60/
64 ch)
2412-2472 MHz (1–13 ch)
WT-5C: 5745-5825 MHz (149/153/157/161/165 ch)
2412-2472 MHz (1–13 ch)
WT-5D: 2412-2462 MHz (1–11 ch)
Approximate range
Approximately 180 m (590.5 ft)
(line of sight) *
Standards
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Wireless (WT-5)
Specifications
IEEE 802.11a/g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbps
IEEE 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 Mbps
Data rates †
IEEE 802.11n-HT20: 72 Mbps maximum
IEEE 802.11n-HT40:150 Mbps maximum
Authentication: Open system, shared key, WPA-PSK,
Security
WPA2-PSK
Encryption: 128/64 bit WEP, TKIP, AES
Access protocols
Infrastructure, ad hoc
Data transfer protocols PTP-IP, ftp
Approximately 1.9 W maximum (UT-1 only)
Power consumption
Approximately 2.8 W maximum (including WT-5)
Rechargeable EN-EL15 Li-ion battery ×1 (available
Power source
separately), EP-5B power connector and EH-5b AC
adapter (available separately)
Temperature: 0 °C–40 °C (32 °F–131 °F)
Operating environment
Humidity: 85% or less (no condensation)
Approximately 205 g/7.2 oz. (body only)/
Weight
Approximately 120 g/4.2 oz. (including battery)
Approximately 57 mm × 46 mm × 114 mm
Dimensions (W × H × D)
(2.2 in. × 1.8 in. × 4.5 in.)
* With large antenna at wireless LAN access point. Range may vary with
signal strength and presence or absence of obstacles.
† Maximum logical data rates according to IEEE standard. Actual rates
may differ.
122 Appendices
A
Network
No. of shots uploaded
Battery life
Wireless (802.11n)
8000
300 min. (5 hr.)
Specifications
Battery Life
The length of time batteries can be used and the number of shots that can
be uploaded before recharging varies with the condition of the batteries,
signal strength, and how camera and UT-1 are used. The following
measurements were performed using a fully-charged EN-EL15 battery
(1900 mAh) at a temperature of 23 °C (73.4 °F) while continuously
uploading images with an average file size of 9 megabytes to an ftp server
configured using Internet Information Services (ISS) under Windows 7
Ultimate over an infrastructure network with the UT-1 in transfer mode (all
figures are approximate).
Ethernet (100 base-TX)
17000
480 min. (8 hr.)
To ensure maximum battery performance:
• Keep the battery contacts clean. Soiled contacts can reduce battery
performance.
• Use EN-EL15 batteries immediately after charging. Batteries will lose
their charge if left unused.
• Periodically check the battery level using Wireless Transmitter >
Device info > Battery info.
• The battery level displayed by the camera may vary with changes in
temperature.
• A sharp drop in the length of time the battery can hold a charge
indicates that the battery must be replaced.
Appendices
123
Index
Index
Symbols
a: “Send” ............................................. 39, 67
b: “Sending”....................................... 39, 67
c: “Sent”............................................... 39, 67
A
Ad-hoc.......................................................... 74
Auto power off ................................... 11, 93
Auto send.................................................... 89
B
Battery info ................................................. 92
BSS-ID .................................................... 28, 74
C
Camera Control Pro 2 .................. 6, 42, 45
Channel................................. 28, 56, 75, 121
Connecting the UT-1........ 33, 42, 62, 116
D
Delete after send? .................................... 89
Deselect all? ............................................... 90
Device info.................................................. 92
Device settings.......................................... 93
DHCP server ........................................ 30, 78
Domain Name Server (DNS) ... 30, 58, 81
E
Encryption .................................... 28, 56, 76
key ................................................ 28, 56, 76
Errors...........................................................119
ftp .............................................................119
TCP/IP......................................................119
wireless...................................................119
ESS-ID .................................................... 28, 74
Ethernet ................ 2, 6, 7, 25, 53, 118, 119
F
File names..................................... 41, 66, 69
Firmware Version ..................................... 92
Folders......... 23, 37, 59, 83, 100, 109, 113
Format transmitter’s memory ............. 93
FTP ........................................................ 82, 118
FTP server...................................... 59, 82, 95
G
Gateway................................................ 58, 80
124 Appendices
I
Infrastructure..............................................74
IP address............................. 30, 58, 78, 118
M
MAC address...............................................92
Mac OS X ................................................... 114
Memory cards ............................................33
Menus ................................ 71–93, 116–118
entering text in.......................................73
Mode .......................................... 6, 34, 43, 72
P
password......................................................23
PASV mode...........................................59, 84
PC mode.................................................. 6, 42
Port............................................7, 59, 83, 116
Port number ......................... 101, 108, 112
Print ...............................................................91
Printing.........................................................91
Proxy.......................................................59, 87
PTP-IP ......................................................... 122
S
Send file as ..................................................90
Send folder..................................................90
SS-ID ................................................28, 56, 74
Status LEDs..................................2, 3, 40, 46
T
TCP/IP.................................... 30, 58, 78, 118
Transfer mode..............................6, 33, 117
Transfer Settings .......................................89
U
Upload ............................................33, 36, 65
deleting images after...........................89
Interrupting ......................................37, 66
selecting images for ......................36, 65
User ID....................................................59, 85
W
Windows 7...................................................96
Windows Vista......................................... 103
Windows XP............................................. 110
Index
Wireless............................................... 74, 118
Wireless LAN
access point .............................................74
Wireless transmitter .................................71
Wireless Transmitter Utility .....14, 20, 50
Appendices
125
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Communication Unit
User's Manual
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SB2J02(11)
6MWD0611-02
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