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Wireless Transmitter
W T-3
User’s Manual
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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:
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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 Nikon-authorized 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.
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 camera off and allow the
battery to cool.
• Discontinue use immediately should you notice any changes in the battery, such as discoloration or deformation.
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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.
Observe caution when using the WA-E1
When using the WA-E1 extended range antenna
(available separately), be careful not to put the
tip of the antenna in your eye accidentally. Failure to observe this precaution could result in
blindness or other visual impairment.
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.
Follow the instructions of hospital and airline personnel
This device emits radio frequency radiation that could interfere with medical or navigational equipment. Do not use this device in a hospital or on board an airplane without first obtaining the permission of hospital or airline staff.
Notices
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it were you to bring any errors or omissions
• Nikon reserves the right to change the to the attention of the Nikon representative
specifications of the hardware and software in your area (address provided separately).
described in these manuals at any time and
without prior notice.
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. As of April 2006
the following countries were subject to embargo: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Libya, Sudan, and
Syria.
Notice for Customers in the U.S.A.
U.S.A. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation of the device is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Products that contain a radio transmitter are
labeled with FCC ID and may also carry the FCC
logo.
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WT-3A
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.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
The available scientific evidence does not show
that any health problems are associated with
using low power wireless devices. There is no
proof, however, that these low power wireless
devices are absolutely safe. Low power wireless devices emit low levels of radio frequency
energy (RF) in the microwave range while being
used. Whereas high levels of RF can produce
health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to
low level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects.
Many studies of low level RF exposures have
not found any biological effects. Some studies
have suggested that some biological effects
might occur, but such findings have not been
confirmed by additional research. This Wireless
Transmitter (WT-3A) has been tested and found
to comply with the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) guidelines on radio frequency energy (RF) exposures. The maximum SAR
levels tested for the Wireless Transmitter (WT-3A)
have been shown to be 0.2 W/kg at head.
This equipment complies with both FCC and
IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. When the Wireless
Transmitter is connected with the WA-E1
extended range antenna, it is considered as
a mobile radiator and should be installed and
operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm
between the radiator and your body. This
device should not be co-located or operated
with any other antenna or transmitter.
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
CAUTION: This class B digital apparatus meets
all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations.
ATTENTION: Cet appareil numérique de la classe
B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
RSS-GEN Exposure of Humans to RF Fields
This equipment complies with both FCC and IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. When the Wireless Transmitter is connected with the WA-E1 extended range antenna, it is considered as a mobile radiator and should be installed and operated
with a minimum distance of 20 cm between the radiator and your body. The installer of this
radio equipment must ensure that the antenna is located or pointed such that it does not
emit RF field in excess of Health Canada limits for the general population; consult Safety Code
6, obtainable from Health Canada’s website at http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/rpb.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
This device has been designed to operate with the antenna listed below, and having a
maximum gain of 3.0 dB. Antennas not included in this list or having a gain greater than
3.0 dB are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna impedance is 50
ohms.
• The WA-E1 extended range antenna (available separately)
To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should
be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that
permitted for successful communication.
Notice for Customers in Europe
Hereby, Nikon, declares that this digital camera is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Notice for Customers in France
Outdoor use of wireless transceivers is prohibited in France.
Symbol for Separate Collection in European Countries
This symbol indicates that this product is to be collected separately.
The following apply only to users in European countries:
• 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.
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Table of Contents
Setup .............................................................6
Updating the Camera Firmware ................................ 6
Installing the WT-3 Setup Utility ............................... 7
Copying Network Profiles to the Camera ................. 11
Connecting the WT-3............................................... 18
Inserting the Battery ............................................... 20
Menu Guide .................................................. 34
Wireless LAN System ............................................... 34
Mode ....................................................................... 34
Choose Profile ......................................................... 34
FTP Registration (for Connection to ftp
Servers Only) ......................................................35
Editing ftp Profiles ...........................................35
Settings (Transfer Mode Only) ................................. 46
Auto Send ............................................................46
Delete After Send ............................................46
Send File As .........................................................46
Send Folder .........................................................47
Deselect All .........................................................47
Print (Print Mode Only) ........................................... 47
Uploading Images: Transfer Mode.................. 21
Connecting to the Host or ftp Server ....................... 21
Uploading Images ................................................... 23
Interrupting Transmission ..........................24
Transfer Status ...................................................24
Network Status .................................................25
Appendices .................................................. 48
Creating ftp Profiles Using the Camera Menus......... 48
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 51
Glossary .................................................................. 52
Specifications .......................................................... 55
Index ....................................................................... 56
For Your Safety .......................................................i
Notices ......................................................................ii
Introduction...................................................1
Supported Modes ...................................................... 2
The WT-3 Setup Utility CD ......................................... 2
System Requirements ............................................... 3
Parts of the WT-3 ...................................................... 4
Controlling the Camera: PC Mode ................... 26
Connecting to the Computer ................................... 26
Controlling the Camera Using Nikon Capture 4 ........ 28
Network Status .................................................29
Printing Pictures: Print Mode ........................ 30
Selecting a Printer ................................................... 30
Printing Pictures...................................................... 31
Printing Pictures Using the PD-10 Wireless Printer
Adapter ................................................................... 32
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a WT-3 or WT-3A wireless transmitter for compatible
Nikon digital cameras. The WT-3 is for use in the country of sale, the countries of the
European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA), Thailand, Japan,
and Hong Kong. The WT-3A is for use in the country of sale, Canada, and the United
States of America. The principal difference between the WT-3 and WT-3A is in the
number of channels supported ( 14, 36); unless otherwise stated, all references to
the WT-3 also apply to the WT-3A.
This manual describes how to connect the WT-3, how to control the camera from a
computer, and how to transmit images to a computer or printer. Before using the
WT-3, be sure to read the notices and warnings on pages i–iv.
The following symbols and conventions are used throughout this manual:
This icon marks cautions, information
that should be read before use to prevent damage to the product.
This icon marks notes, information
that should be read before using the
device.
This icon marks tips, additional information that may be helpful when using the product.
This icon indicates that more information is available elsewhere in this
manual.
Background Knowledge
This manual assumes basic knowledge of ftp servers and local area networks (LAN). For more
information on installing, configuring, and using devices in a network, contact the manufacturer or network administrator.
Life-Long Learning
As part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product support and education, continually-updated information is available on-line 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 URL
below for contact information:
http://nikonimaging.com/
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Supported Modes
The WT-3 connects the camera to wireless and Ethernet networks. The camera can
then be controlled remotely from a computer or photographs transmitted from the
camera to an ftp server or printer. The WT-3 supports the following modes:
Mode
Host
Description
Network type
Transfer Computer or
Upload new or existing photographs to host.
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mode
ftp server
Wireless and
PC mode Computer Control camera from computer.
26
Ethernet
Print JPEG photographs on printer connected to
Computer
30
network computer.
Print
mode PD-10 wireless Print JPEG photographs on PictBridge printer con- Wireless
32
printer adapter nected to optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter.
only
The WT-3 Setup Utility CD
The supplied WT-3 Setup Utility CD contains the following:
• WT-3 Setup Utility ( 7, 11): Use this software to copy host profiles to the camera.
• D200 A and B firmware version 2.00 ( 6): Update to this version of the camera firmware before using the WT-3.
• D200 firmware update manual ( 6): Read this manual for instructions on updating
the camera firmware.
Wireless Networks: Infrastructure Versus Ad-hoc
Wireless networks may be either infrastructure or ad-hoc.
• Infrastructure: Connection is via a wireless • Ad-hoc: A peer-to-peer wireless network conLAN access point.
sisting solely of the WT-3 and the host.
WT-3
2
Wireless LAN
access point
Host
WT-3
Host
System Requirements
Before using the WT-3 or WT-3 Setup Utility CD, confirm that your system meets the
following requirements:
• Model: Nikon D200 digital single-lens reflex camera
• Firmware: A and B version 2.00 (provided on supplied WT-3 Setup Utility CD)
One EN-EL3e rechargeable Li-ion battery (supplied with D200) or EH-6 AC
Power source
adapter (available separately)
• To connect to a computer: Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later (Service Pack 2 recommended) or Mac OS X version 10.3 or later required (Power PC G4/G5 CPUs
only). Connection to computers on other networks via router not supported.
• To upload pictures to an ftp server: Operation has been confirmed with Windows XP
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OS
Professional and Mac OS X version 10.3 or later. Under these operating systems, ftp servers can be configured using standard ftp services such as IIS (Internet Information Services). Internet ftp connections and ftp servers running
third-party software are not supported.
• Wireless: Wireless LAN access point or computer with built-in or external wireless LAN adapter (IEEE 802.11b or 802.11g compliant).2
Network
• Ethernet: Ethernet cable and computer with built-in or external Ethernet port
(100 base-TX or 10 base-T)
• WT-3 Setup Utility: required to copy computer profiles to camera (camera can be
configured for use with ftp servers using either WT-3 Setup Utility or camera
menus). WT-3 Setup Utility can not be used to configure camera for use with
Miscellaneous optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter.
• CD-ROM drive: required when installing WT-3 Setup Utility
• USB: UC-E4 USB cable (included with camera) and computer with built-in USB
port required when copying network profiles to camera.3
1. For the latest information on supported operating systems, see the Nikon website for your
area ( 1).
2. For information on wireless network settings for Windows XP Professional and Mac OS X,
see the online help for the WT-3 Setup Utility.
3. Connect the camera directly to the computer. The camera may not function as expected
when connected via a hub, extension cable, or keyboard.
Camera
The PD-10 Wireless Printer Adapter
A PictBridge-compatible printer with a flat (type A) USB connector is required for connection
to the PD-10. A computer is not required.
Multiple Transmitters
Simultaneous use of multiple WT-3 wireless transmitters with a single host may produce unexpected results. Do not attempt to use more than one WT-3 per host.
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Parts of the WT-3
Power connector
cover ( 18)
Signal connector
Mounting screw (
18)
Knob (
18)
Battery chamber
cover holder ( 18)
Power connector
Connector for extended range antenna
AF-ON button
( 5)
Extended range antenna connector cap
Built-in antenna
Main command
dial ( 5)
Connector cover
USB cable (
DC-IN connector (
18)
Battery chamber
cover latch ( 20)
Status LEDs ( 25, 29, 31):
POWER (green),
LINK (orange),
BUSY (green)
20)
Tripod socket
Control lock
( 5, 19)
Ethernet connector
( 21, 26, 30)
Sub-command
dial ( 5)
Shutter-release
button ( 5)
The WA-E1 Extended Range Antenna (Available Separately)
The optional WA-E1 extended range antenna with tripod
mount can be used to extend the range of wireless transmitters.
When using the WA-E1, remove the antenna connector cap
(햲) and connect the antenna as shown at right (햳).
Restrictions on Wireless Devices
Wireless regulations vary from country to country. Wireless devices are available for purchase
only in countries in which they have been certified for use.
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The WT-3 Controls
The WT-3 is equipped with a shutter-release button, AF-ON button, and command
dials for ease of use when taking photographs in tall (portrait) orientation. The shutter-release button and command dials perform the same functions as the matching controls on the camera body; for more information, see the camera manual. If
desired, the controls on the WT-3 can be disabled by rotating the control lock to
the L position. Please note that the control lock can not be used to turn the camera
on or off.
Main
command
dial
Shutter-release button
Subcommand
dial
Control lock
The command dials on the WT-3 are affected by the option selected for Custom
Setting f5 (Command dials). See the camera manual for details.
The function performed by the WT-3 AF-ON button is
determined by the option selected for Custom Setting
a10 (AF-ON for MB-D200).
Option
AF-ON+
Focus Area
(default)
AF-ON
Description
AF-ON button on WT-3 performs same function as camera AF-ON button. Focus area can be selected by pressing AF-ON button on WT-3 and rotating subcommand dial.
AF-ON button on WT-3 performs same function as camera AF-ON button.
AF-ON button on WT-3 performs same function as camera AE-L/AF-L button.
AE/AF-L+
Focus area can be selected by pressing AF-ON button on WT-3 and rotating
Focus Area
sub-command dial.
AE/AF-L
AF-ON button on WT-3 performs same function as camera AE-L/AF-L button.
Focus area can be selected by pressing AF-ON button on WT-3 and rotating
Focus Area
sub-command dial.
Same as
AF-ON button on WT-3 performs function currently assigned to camera FUNC.
FUNC button button using Custom Setting f4 (FUNC. Button).
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Setup
Follow the steps below to prepare the WT-3 for use:
Update the camera firmware : The WT-3 is supported from camera firmware A version 2.00 and B
version 2.00. Users of earlier versions will need to update the camera firmware as described
in the firmware update manual on the supplied WT-3 Setup Utility CD.
Copy network profiles to the camera: Users of Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later or Mac
OS X version 10.3 or later can copy computer or printer profiles to the camera using
the supplied WT-3 Setup Utility. Skip this step when using the camera rather than a
computer to adjust settings for connection to an ftp server in transfer mode ( 48).
Install the WT-3 Setup Utility (
7)
Copy network profiles to the camera (
Connect the WT-3 (
18)
Insert the battery (
20)
11)
After setting up the WT-3 as described on the following pages, proceed to “Uploading Images: Transfer Mode” ( 21), “Controlling the Camera: PC Mode” ( 26), or
“Printing Pictures: Print Mode” ( 30).
Updating the Camera Firmware
The WT-3 is supported from camera firmware A version 2.00 and B version 2.00.
Display the camera firmware version as described in the camera manual. If earlier
versions are installed, update the camera firmware as described in the firmware
update manual on the supplied WT-3 Setup Utility CD.
To display the firmware update manual, start the Install
Center as described in Steps 1–3 of “Install the WT-3
Setup Utility” on page 7 (Windows) or 9 (Macintosh)
and click D200 Firmware to display the “D200 Firmware” folder. Double-clicking INDEX.pdf displays a list
of languages; click a language to display the update
manual (Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0
or later required).
D200 Firmware
Additional Updates
Once the camera firmware has been updated for use with the WT-3 as described above, all
subsequent updates should be performed with the WT-3 connected ( 18) and Off selected
for Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system ( 34).
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Installing the WT-3 Setup Utility
The WT-3 Setup Utility is used to copy computer and printer profiles to the camera.
The WT-3 Setup Utility is required when configuring the camera for connection to
a computer in transfer, PC, and print modes. Either the WT-3 Setup Utility or the
camera menus ( 48) can be used for connection to ftp servers in transfer mode.
Follow the steps below to install the WT-3 under Windows XP or Mac OS X.
Supported Operating Systems
The WT-3 Setup Utility is compatible with Mac OS X version 10.3 or later (Power PC G4/G5
CPUs only) or a pre-installed version of Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later (Service Pack 2
recommended).
Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Later
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2
Start the computer and log in to an account with administrator privileges.
Insert the supplied installer CD in a CD-ROM drive.
The “Select Region” dialog will be displayed; select
a region and click Next.
If the “Select Region” Dialog Is Not Displayed
If the “Select Region” dialog is not displayed, select My Computer from the Start menu
and double-click the icon for the CD-ROM drive containing the installer CD.
3
Select a language and click Next.
4
Click Easy Install.
Other Install Center Options
• Customer Support: View the ReadMe file or visit Nikon support websites.*
• D200 Firmware: Update the camera firmware ( 6).
* Internet connection required.
The WT-3 Setup Utility
The WT-3 Setup Utility supplies the computer with information about the camera and controls image transfer. It must be installed on each of the host computers used by the WT-3. The
WT-3 Setup Utility is not required for upload to an ftp server in transfer mode.
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5
Click Next.
6
A license agreement will be displayed. After reading the agreement, select I accept the terms in
the license agreement and click Next to accept
and proceed with installation.
7
The default install location is displayed. Click Next
to install the software to this folder. To choose another folder, click Change… and navigate to the
desired location.
8
Clicking Next in Step 7 displays the dialog shown
at right. Click Install.
9
Click Finish.
10
Click Yes and remove the WT-3 Setup Utility CD
from the CD-ROM drive. If prompted to restart
the computer, follow the on-screen instructions.
8
Mac OS X Version 10.3 or Later
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2
Start the computer and log in to an account with administrator privileges.
3
Select a language and click Next.
4
Click Easy Install.
5
Enter the administrator name and password and
click OK.
6
Read the license agreement and click Continue.
Insert the supplied installer CD in a CD-ROM drive.
Double-click the installer CD icon on the desktop,
and then double-click the Welcome icon. The
“Select Region” dialog will be displayed; select a
region and click Next.
Other Install Center Options
• Customer Support: View the ReadMe file or visit Nikon
support websites.*
• D200 Firmware: Update the camera firmware ( 6).
* Internet connection required.
Click Agree to accept the terms of the license
agreement and proceed with installation.
9
7
Click Install.
8
Click Quit.
9
Click OK and remove the WT-3 Setup Utility CD
from the CD-ROM drive. If prompted to restart
the computer, follow the on-screen instructions.
Installing PictureProject
Install PictureProject before installing the WT-3 Setup Utility. The WT-3 Setup Utility must be
reinstalled if PictureProject is installed after the WT-3 Setup Utility.
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Copying Network Profiles to the Camera
Profiles for network computers, ftp servers, and printers can be copied to the camera using the WT-3 Setup Utility. The WT-3 Setup Utility is required for connection
to a computer in transfer, PC, and print modes. Either the WT-3 Setup Utility or the
camera menus ( 48) can be used for connection to ftp servers in transfer mode.
Supported Operating Systems
The WT-3 Setup Utility is compatible with Mac OS X version 10.3 or later (Power PC G4/G5
CPUs only) or a pre-installed version of Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later (Service Pack 2
recommended).
Before starting the WT-3 Setup Utility, ensure that the camera battery is fully charged
or the optional EH-6 AC adapter is connected.
1
Set the camera USB option to PTP.
1.1 Turn the camera on.
1.2 Select the USB in the camera setup menu and
choose PTP.
2
Connect the UC-E4 USB cable supplied with the camera.
2.1 Turn the camera off.
2.2 Connect the UC-E4 as shown at right.
Connecting the USB Cable
The USB cable can also be connected when the WT-3 is attached. Disconnect the WT-3 USB
cable and connect the UC-E4 to the camera as described above.
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3
Turn the camera on.
4
Turn the computer on and start the WT-3 Setup
Utility.
• Windows: Double-click the WT-3 Setup Utility
icon on the desktop
• Macintosh: Click the WT-3 Setup Utility icon in
the Dock.
The dialog shown at right will be displayed; click
Next.
5
Select Add/edit profile and click Next to load
camera network profiles into the computer.
For information on the other options in the “Select Action” dialog, see the note on the following
page.
6
To add a new profile, select Add new profile and
click Next. To edit an existing profile, select the
profile and click Next. To delete an existing profile, select the profile and click Delete.
Other Ways of Starting the WT-3 Setup Utility
WT-3 Setup Utility can also be started by:
• Windows: Clicking Start and selecting All Programs > WT-3 Setup Utility > WT-3 Setup
Utility.
• Macintosh: Opening the “Applications : Nikon Software : WT-3 Setup Utility” folder and doubleclicking the WT-3 Setup Utility icon.
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7
Enter the following information.
• Profile name: Enter a name of up to 16 characters.
• Profile type: Choose FTP server to configure the camera for ftp (transfer mode only), or Computer to configure the camera for use with a computer in transfer
( 21), PC ( 26), and print ( 30) modes.
• Interface type: Choose Ethernet only if the network
does not include wireless, or Ethernet and Wireless
for wireless or wireless and Ethernet networks.
Help button
Click Next. When a new profile is created under
Windows XP Service Pack 2, the dialog shown in Step 8 will be displayed.
With third-party LAN adapters or fixed IP addressing, or a profile created under Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Mac OS, proceed to Step 9 if Ethernet
and Wireless is selected for interface type, or to Step 10 if Ethernet only
is selected.
Help
Click the Help button for online help.
The “Select Action” Dialog
The other options in the “Select Action” dialog are described below. Note that the camera
need not be connected to a computer to choose a printer or change the upload folder.
• Change password: The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
By default, no password is required to change device profiles using the WT-3 Setup 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 wireless printer: By default, the system default printer for the host computer will be used
when printing pictures. To choose a different printer, select Setup wireless printer ( 17).
• Setup picture folder: The dialog shown at right will be displayed. Select a destination for uploaded pictures from the
following options and click Next:
Use PictureProject folder: Pictures will be cataloged in
PictureProject version 1.6.1 or later.
Specify a different folder: To choose a folder, click the button.
The default destination is the “WT-3” folder in “My Pictures” (Windows) or “Pictures” (Macintosh).
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8
Choose from the following options.
• Automatic setup (recommended): If more than one
network adapter is available, choose an adapter
from the pull-down menu (if Ethernet only is
selected in Step 7, the menu will list Ethernet
adapters only). Click Next. If Ethernet and
Wireless was selected in Step 7 and the computer is configured for use with an existing infrastructure network, you will be prompted either to choose an existing
infrastructure network or to set up a new ad-hoc network for use with the
camera; select the desired option and click Next. If FTP server was selected in Step 7, proceed to Step 11. Otherwise proceed to Step 12.
• Manual setup (for advanced users): To adjust settings manually, select this option
and click Next. If Ethernet and Wireless was selected in Step 7, proceed
to Step 9. Otherwise proceed to Step 10.
9
Enter wireless network settings and click Next.
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• Network name (SSID): Enter a network name or choose
from a list of existing networks ( 36). Do not change
the name if it is supplied automatically.
• Network type: Infrastructure or ad-hoc ( 36).
• Channel (ad-hoc networks only): Choose the channel
(1–13) used by the host. If channel 12 or 13 is selected
for the WT-3A, channel 11 will be used instead.
• 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.
• Encryption: Choose the type of encryption used on the network. Depending on the
authentication used, the following types of encryption are available:
Open: none, 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP
Shared: 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP
WPA-PSK: TKIP, AES
WPA2-PSK: AES
• Encryption key: If the network uses encryption, enter the network key. The number of
the characters required depends on the type of encryption used:
WEP (64-bit)
WEP (128-bit)
TKIP, AES
Number of characters (ASCII)
5
13
8–63
Number of characters (hexadecimal)
10
26
64
• Key index: In infrastructure networks that use WEP encryption, enter the host or access
point key index. The default index is 1.
10
Enter network TCP/IP settings.
• 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 ( 52).
• IP address: If the network is configured for manual IP addressing, enter an IP address for the WT-3.
• Subnet mask: If the network is configured for manual IP
addressing, enter a subnet mask for the WT-3.
• Default gateway: If the network requires a gateway address, select this option and enter
the address supplied by the network administrator. This option applies only if FTP
server is selected for Profile type in Step 7.
• DNS server: If a Domain Name Server exists on the network, select this option and enter
the address supplied by the network administrator. This option applies only if FTP
server is selected for Profile type in Step 7.
Click Next. If FTP server was selected for Profile type in Step 7, the dialog
shown in Step 11 will be displayed. Otherwise proceed to Step 12.
11
Enter ftp settings and click Next.
• FTP server name: Enter the URL or IP address of the ftp
server.
• FTP server port: Enter the port number for the ftp server.
The default is port 21.
• FTP server path: Choose the folder to which pictures will
be uploaded. If no path is specified, pictures will be
uploaded to the home directory.
• Use anonymous login: Select this option for anonymous
login, or leave this option unchecked to supply a user name and password.
• Use FTP server proxy: If a proxy server is required for ftp, select this option and enter the
server name and port number for the proxy server.
• Passive mode: Select this option to use PASV mode.
Ad-hoc Wireless Networks
Ad-hoc mode uses IP addresses beginning with 169.254. If the computer later becomes part
of an infrastructure network, it must be reconfigured for automatic IP addressing and the
camera wireless profile modified to reflect the new settings. Consult the network administrator for details.
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12
Network settings will be listed as shown at right.
Click Next to proceed to Step 13, or Back to return to the previous step.
13
The dialog shown at right will be displayed. Select Finish wizard and click Next to exit the WT3 Setup Utility and proceed to Step 14, or choose
Select another action to perform and click
Next to return to Step 5 ( 12) and add or edit
profiles, change the password, choose a printer,
or change the upload folder.
14
Turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable.
MAC Address Filtering
If the network using MAC address filtering, the filter must be
supplied with the MAC address of the WT-3. After attaching
the WT-3 to the camera, choose Firmware version > MAC
address from the camera setup menu and note the wireless
and Ethernet MAC addresses.
Firewall Settings
The WT-3 uses TCP ports 20 and 21 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 WT-3.
Profiles
A separate profile must be created for each host and ftp server.
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Creating a Printer Profile
The default printer for computer profiles ( 13) is the system printer for the host
computer. To choose a different printer, start the WT-3 Setup Utility as described in
Step 4 of “Copying Network Profiles to the Camera” ( 12; there is no need to connect the camera to the computer), then follow the steps below.
Using the PD-10
See “Printing Pictures Using the PD-10 Wireless Printer Adapter” (
on printing pictures using the PD-10.
1
Select Setup wireless printer in the “Select Action” dialog and click Next.
2
Choose a printer and click Next.
• Windows: Select a printer from the pull-down
down menu. Printer settings can be adjusted
in the Windows “Printer and Fax” dialog before
printing.
32) for more information
• Macintosh: Click Select Printer… to choose a
printer and adjust printer settings. Click Print to
return to the WT-3 Setup Utility.
3
Exit the WT-3 Setup Utility and disconnect the camera as described in Steps
13–14 of “Copying Network Profiles to the Camera” ( 16).
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Connecting the WT-3
1
Turn the camera off and rotate the control lock on
the WT-3 to the L position.
2
Remove the power connector cover from the
WT-3 and attach it to the camera strap or store it
in a safe place. Be sure to replace the power connector cover when the WT-3 is not in use.
3
Open the camera battery chamber cover and remove the battery, then remove the battery chamber cover as shown at right.
Important: To ensure that the cover is not lost, place
it in the WT-3 battery chamber cover holder.
4
Insert the WT-3 into the camera battery chamber
as shown.
5
Rotate the knob in the direction shown to fasten
the WT-3 securely to the camera.
6
Open the camera USB connector cover and connect the USB cable from the WT-3 to the camera
USB connector.
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PB-6 Bellows
A PK-13 auto-extension ring and a PB-6D spacer are required when using PB-6 bellows with
the WT-3.
Disconnecting the WT-3
To disconnect the WT-3:
1 Rotate the WT-3 control lock to the L position and turn the
camera off.
2 Disconnect the USB cable.
3 Rotate the knob clockwise to unscrew the WT-3 from the camera tripod mount and remove
the WT-3 from the camera battery chamber.
4 Replace the camera battery chamber cover.
The Control Lock
Turn the camera off and rotate the WT-3 control lock to the L position when connecting or
disconnecting the WT-3 or inserting or removing the battery.
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Inserting the Battery
To power the camera when the WT-3 is in place, insert the camera battery into the
WT-3 battery chamber. The WT-3 takes one EN-EL3e rechargeable Li-ion battery;
other batteries can not be used. Note that the drain on the battery is increased
when the WT-3 is attached.
1
Turn the camera off and rotate the control lock on
the WT-3 to the L position.
2
Open the battery chamber cover.
3
Insert the battery as shown on the inside of the
battery chamber cover. The battery latch will slide
aside during insertion and pop up to lock the battery in place when fully inserted.
4
Close the battery-chamber cover. Make sure the
cover is properly latched. The latch will click into
place when the cover is fully closed.
5
Turn the camera on and check the battery level in
the control panel or viewfinder or using the Battery Info option in the camera setup menu.
Removing the Battery
Being careful not to drop the battery, open the battery chamber cover and remove the battery as shown at right.
The EH-6 AC Adapter
The optional EH-6 AC adapter can also be used to power the
camera when the WT-3 is connected. Connect the DC plug
on the AC adapter to the WT-3 DC-IN connector, not to the
camera.
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Batery latch
Uploading Images: Transfer Mode
Choose transfer mode to upload photographs to a computer or ftp server. The
principal steps are:
Connect to the host or ftp server ....................................................
21–22
Upload images ......................................................................................
23–25
Before connecting to the host, create a host profile using the WT-3 Setup Utility
( 11–16) and be sure that the host is running. Settings for connection for an ftp
server can also be adjusted from the camera menus ( 48–50).
Connecting to the Host or ftp Server
1
Turn the camera off and insert the memory card
containing the pictures to be sent.
2
To access the network via Ethernet, connect the Ethernet cable ( 4). Note
that wireless transfer is disabled while an Ethernet cable is connected. Disconnect the Ethernet cable before accessing a wireless network. Turn the
camera off before connecting or disconnecting the Ethernet cable.
3
Turn the camera on.
4
Select Transfer mode for the Wireless transmitter > Mode option in the camera setup menu
( 34).
Front
Choose PTP
Before connecting the WT-3, set the USB option in the camera setup menu to PTP (
11).
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5
A list of available connection profiles will be displayed. Press the multi selector up or down to
highlight the desired profile and press to the right
to select.
Viewing Profile Information
Press the camera button to view information on the
selected profile.
Editing ftp Server Profiles
If an ftp server profile is selected, ftp settings can be edited manually by pressing the camera
button. See
the Menu Guide for more information ( 35).
6
Choose Settings in Wireless transmitter menu
to edit the following transfer options:
Option
Description
Auto send Upload photos as they are taken.
Delete Delete photos from camera memory
after send? card after upload.
Send NEF + JPEG images as JPEG only or
Send file as
as NEF and JPEG.
Send folder Upload all photos in selected folder.
Deselect all? Deselect all images selected for upload.
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46
46
47
47
7
Select On for Wireless transmitter > Wireless
LAN system ( 34).
8
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” ( 51).
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Uploading Images
1
Press the
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 the center of the multi selector while pressing the button. 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 by pressing the center of the multi selector
while pressing the button to change the blue
“sent” icon to a white “send” icon.
During Upload
Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the Ethernet cable during upload.
File Names
If the destination folder on an ftp server contains files with the same names as images selected for upload, the files on the server will be replaced by the images uploaded from the camera. Selecting On for Custom Setting d6 (File No. Sequence) during shooting will prevent
the camera from creating files with duplicate file names. When uploading files from multiple
cameras to the same server, assign each camera its own folder.
Loss of Signal
Transmission may be interrupted if the signal is lost ( 25). Transmission can be resumed by
turning the camera off and then on again, activating the camera exposure meters, or selecting On for Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system once the signal is restored.
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Interrupting Transmission
To cancel transmission of images marked with a white “send” icon or green “sending” icon, select the images during playback and press the center of the multi selector while pressing the button. The icon will be removed. Any of the following
actions will also interrupt transmission:
• Turning the camera off
• Choosing Off in the Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system menu
• Selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Settings > Deselect all
Transfer Status
During playback, the status of images selected for uploaded is shown as follows:
: “Send”
Images that have been selected for upload are marked
with a white
icon.
: “Sending”
A green
icon is displayed during upload.
: “Sent”
Images that have been uploaded successfully are
marked with a blue
icon.
Turning the Camera Off
“Send” marking will be saved if the camera is turned off or Off is selected for Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system while transmission is in progress. Transmission of images
marked with a “send” icon will resume when the camera is turned on, the shutter-release button
is pressed halfway, or On is selected for Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system.
Removing the “Send,” “Sending,” and “Sent” Icons
“Send,” “sending,” and “sent” icons can be removed from all images by selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Settings > Deselect all? ( 47).
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Network Status
The status of the link between the server and the WT-3 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 WT-3 is on. Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the faster the LED blinks,
the better the signal and the faster data can be transmitted. The BUSY LED lights while data are being sent.
Status
Camera or exposure meters off, or Off selected for
Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system
Connecting to host computer or ftp server
Waiting to send data
Sending data
Connection error
WT-3 hardware malfunction
POWER
LINK
BUSY
(off )
(off )
(off )
(on)
(on)
(on)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(on)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(off )
(blinks)
(off )
(off )
(on)
(off )
(blinks)
The Status Display
Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless transmitter
menu.
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.
, : The estimated time required to send the remaining
images.
Signal strength: This icon
shows five levels of wireless signal strength. It is
displayed in red when no
signal can be detected. For
maximum signal strength,
ensure a clear line of sight
between the WT-3 antenna
and the wireless LAN adapter or access point. A icon
is displayed when the WT-3
is connected via Ethernet.
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Controlling the Camera: PC Mode
In PC mode, a camera equipped with a WT-3 can be controlled over a wireless network from a computer running Nikon Capture 4 version 4.4 or later (available separately) and photographs saved directly to the computer hard disk instead of the
camera memory card. The principal steps are:
Connect to the computer...................................................................
26–27
Control the camera using Nikon Capture 4 .................................
28–29
The WT-3 Setup Utility must be installed on the host computer. Before connecting
to the host, create a host profile using the WT-3 Setup Utility ( 11–16) and be sure
that the host is running.
Connecting to the Computer
1
To access the network via Ethernet, connect the Ethernet cable ( 4). Note
that wireless transfer is disabled while an Ethernet cable is connected. Disconnect the Ethernet cable before accessing a wireless network. Turn the
camera off before connecting or disconnecting the Ethernet cable.
2
Turn the camera on.
3
Select PC mode for the Wireless transmitter > Mode option in the camera setup menu (
34).
Choose PTP
Before connecting the WT-3, set the USB option in the camera setup menu to PTP (
11).
PictureProject Version 1.6.1 or Later
In PC mode, PictureProject Transfer can be used to transfer pictures to the computer, where
they will be cataloged in the PictureProject software supplied with the camera (version 1.6.1
or later required).
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4
A list of available connection profiles will be displayed. Press the multi selector up or down to
highlight the desired profile and press to the right
to select.
Viewing Profile Information
button to view information on the
Press the camera
selected profile.
5
Select On for Wireless transmitter > Wireless
LAN system ( 34).
6
The message “Now in PC mode” will be displayed
in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu
when a connection is established. For information
on what to do if an error is displayed, see “Troubleshooting” ( 51).
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Controlling the Camera Using Nikon Capture 4
1
2
3
Complete the steps in “Connecting to a Computer” (
26).
Start Nikon Capture 4 Camera Control on the host
computer and confirm that
is displayed in the
camera control panel.
Control the camera as described in the Nikon Capture 4 User’s Manual. Any
photographs taken while the camera is connected will be recorded directly
to the computer hard disk.
Ethernet Networks: Do Not Disconnect the Ethernet Cable
Do not disconnect the Ethernet cable while the camera is on.
Wireless Networks: Loss of Signal During Transfer
A loss of signal may interrupt the connection while pictures are being transferred to Nikon
Capture 4 Camera Control. If the POWER LED on the WT-3 is blinking ( 29), select Off for the
Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system option in the camera setup menu and then
select 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 is turned off.
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Network Status
The status of the link between the server and the WT-3 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 WT-3 is on. Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the faster the LED blinks,
the better the signal and the faster data can be transmitted. The BUSY LED lights while data are being sent.
Status
Camera or exposure meters off, or Off selected for
Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system
Connecting to computer
Waiting for connection
Connected; camera control possible
Connection error
WT-3 hardware malfunction
POWER
LINK
BUSY
(off )
(off )
(off )
(on)
(on)
(on)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(on)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(off )
(blinks)
(off )
(off )
(on)
(off )
(blinks)
The Status Display
Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless transmitter
menu.
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
prevent the camera from
connecting to the host are
also displayed here.
Signal strength: This icon shows five levels of wireless signal
strength. It is displayed in red when no signal can be detected. For maximum signal strength, ensure a clear line of sight
between the WT-3 antenna and the wireless LAN adapter or
access point. A
icon is displayed when the WT-3 is connected via Ethernet.
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Printing Pictures: Print Mode
Choose print mode to print JPEG pictures from the camera to a printer connected
to a network computer or to the optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter ( 32).
RAW pictures can not be printed directly from the camera, but can be printed using
PictureProject or Nikon Capture version 4.4 or later. Index prints are available with
the PD-10 only. The principal steps in printing JPEG pictures from the camera are:
Select a printer .....................................................................................
30–31
Print pictures ..................................................................................................
Before printing, create a host profile (
31
11–16) and adjust printer settings (
17).
Selecting a Printer
1
Turn the camera off and insert the memory card
containing the pictures to be printed.
2
To access the network via Ethernet, connect the Ethernet cable ( 4). Note
that wireless transfer is disabled while an Ethernet cable is connected. Disconnect the Ethernet cable before accessing a wireless network. Turn the
camera off before connecting or disconnecting the Ethernet cable.
3
Turn the camera on and confirm that the printer
and host computer or wireless printer adapter are
on.
4
Select Print mode for the Wireless transmitter > Mode option in the camera setup menu (
34).
Choose PTP
Before connecting the WT-3, set the USB option in the camera setup menu to PTP (
11).
Use a Reliable Power Source
Be sure the camera battery is fully charged or use an EH-6 AC adapter (available separately).
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5
A list of available printer profiles will be displayed.
Press the multi selector up or down to highlight
the desired profile, then press to the right to select and return to the top level of the wireless
transmitter menu.
Viewing Profile Information
Press the camera
button to view information on the
selected profile.
Printing Pictures
1
Select On for Wireless transmitter > Wireless
LAN system ( 34).
2
Select Print in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu to connect to the printer. The status
LEDs will light as a connection is negotiated with
the printer.
3
Print photographs from the Print menu as described in “Printing Via Direct USB Connection:
Printing Multiple Photographs” in the camera manual. The index print option is only available with
the optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter.
The Status LEDs
The POWER LED lights when the WT-3 is on. Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the faster
the LED blinks, the better the signal and the faster data can be transmitted. The BUSY LED
lights while data are being sent.
Status
Camera or exposure meters off, camera not connected
to printer, or transmission error
Connected to printer; pictures can be printed
Error connecting to printer
WT-3 hardware malfunction
POWER
LINK
BUSY
(off )
(off )
(off )
(on)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(blinks)
(off )
(blinks)
(on)
(off )
(blinks)
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Printing Pictures Using the PD-10 Wireless Printer Adapter
The optional PD-10 wireless printer adapter allows photographs to be printed directly from the camera without cables or a computer. The principal steps for using
the PD-10 are:
Create a profile for the PD-10 ..........................................................
32–33
Selecting a printer ...............................................................................
30–31
Print pictures ..................................................................................................
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See the PD-10 manual for more information. The first step can be omitted once a
profile has been created.
Creating a Profile for the PD-10
1
Connect the PD-10 to a PictBridge-compatible
printer as described in the PD-10 manual and turn
both the PD-10 and printer on.
2
Turn the camera on.
3
Select On for the Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system option in the camera setup
menu ( 34).
4
Select Print mode for Wireless transmitter > Mode ( 34).
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5
Select Printer registration. Note that printer
registration will not be available if the camera already contains nine profiles; if necessary, delete a
profile using the button.
6
The message shown at right will be displayed in
the camera monitor. Press the START button on
the wireless printer adapter for about two seconds.
7
A message will be displayed asking if you want
to connect to the printer. Select Yes to print pictures from the Print menu ( 31), or No to return
to Step 5. The PD-10 can now be selected from
the profile list as described in “Selecting a Printer”
( 30).
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Menu Guide
This section describes the settings available for the Wireless
transmitter option in the camera setup menu when the
WT-3 is connected.
Wireless LAN System
Turn the WT-3 on or off. Select Off to reduce the drain on the
battery. When On is selected, power consumption is reduced
if no memory card is inserted in transfer and print modes or
if no data are being transmitted in print mode. Note that in
transfer mode transfer will resume immediately when the
transceiver is turned on.
Mode
Choose from Transfer mode ( 21), PC mode ( 26), and
Print mode ( 30). Selecting any of these options 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
WT-3 can store a total of up to nine host, server, and printer
profiles. To delete a profile, highlight it in the profile list and
press the button. To edit an ftp server profile, highlight the
profile and press the button ( 35).
To view profile information, highlight the desired profile and press the
The following information will be displayed.
Profile name (
SSID (
13, 49)
14, 36)
Device (PC, ftp server, or
printer)
Interface type (
34
button.
13, 49)
FTP Registration (for Connection to ftp Servers Only)
In transfer mode, ftp profiles can be created without using the WT-3 Setup Utility.
See the Appendix for more information ( 48).
Editing ftp Profiles
To edit an ftp server profile, highlight it in the profile list in
transfer mode and press the 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 WT-3 Setup Utility.
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.
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
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 button. To move the cursor to
a new position, press the button while using the multi selector.
To complete entry and return to the previous menu, press the
ous menu without completing text entry, press .
button. To exit to the previ-
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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 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 via access point.
(default)
Ad-hoc
Direct peer-to-peer wireless connection to host.
Channel*
1
2
Choose channel.†
Return to wireless menu (1/2).
* Not required if Infrastructure is selected for Communication mode.
†The WT-3 offers a choice of thirteen channels (1–13), the WT-3A a choice of eleven channels
(1–11).
Wireless Menu, Page 2/2
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. WPAPSK and WPA2-PSK are available only in infrastructure mode.
Using the Menus
If the shutter-release button on the camera or WT-3 is pressed while menus are displayed,
the monitor will turn off and any changes to the current profile will be lost. Do not press the
shutter-release button while editing profiles.
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Encryption
1
2
Highlight encryption method.
Return to wireless menu (2/2).
3
Highlight encryption key. Skip Steps 3–5 if
No encryption was selected in Steps 1–2.
4
Edit encryption key:
• Base 16: press multi selector left or right to
select character, up or down to change. 64bit keys require 10 digits, 128-bit keys 26
digits, TKIP and AES keys 64 digits.
• ASCII : enter 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.
5
Return to wireless menu (2/2).
Encryption
The type of encryption available depends on the option selected for Authentication ( 14,
36):
• Open: none, Wep: 64-bit,base 16, Wep: 64-bit,ASCII, Wep: 128-bit,base 16, Wep: 128-bit,ASCII
• Shared: Wep: 64-bit,base 16, Wep: 64-bit,ASCII, Wep: 128-bit,base 16, Wep: 128-bit,ASCII
• WPA-PSK: TKIP, AES
• WPA2-PSK: AES
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Key index: In infrastructure networks that use WEP encryption,
choose the key index used by the host or access point.
1
2
Choose index.
Return to wireless menu (1/2).
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 (✔) or off. Turn this option on if
the wireless network is configured to supply an IP address automatically by DHCP server or Auto IP ( 52). Otherwise turn
it off and enter the address and subnet mask supplied by the
network administrator as described on the following page.
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1
2
Highlight Address.
3
Enter edit mode.
4
Press multi selector left or right to select,
up or down to change.
5
Exit to TCP / IP menu (1/2). If subnet mask
is required, proceed to Step 5.
6
Highlight Mask.
7
Enter edit mode.
8
Choose subnet mask.
Exit to TCP / IP menu (1/2).
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TCP / IP Menu, Page 2/2
Use gateway: Highlight this option and press the multi selector
right to toggle it on (✔) 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
2
Highlight Address.
3
Press multi selector left or right to select,
up or down to change.
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Enter edit mode.
4
Return to TCP / IP menu (2/2).
Enable DNS: Highlight this option and press the multi selector
right to toggle it on (✔) 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.
1
2
Highlight Address.
3
Press multi selector left or right to select,
up or down to change.
Enter edit mode.
4
Return to TCP / IP menu (2/2).
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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
2
Highlight Address.
Display text entry dialog.
3
4
Enter server address (required;
35).
5
Return to ftp menu (1/3).
6
Highlight Folder.
Display text entry dialog.
7
Enter destination folder name (
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8
35).
Return to ftp menu (1/3).
9
10
Highlight Port.
11
Press multi selector left or right to select,
up or down to change.
Enter edit mode.
12
Return to ftp menu (1/3).
PASV mode: Highlight this option and press the multi selector
right to toggle PASV mode on (✔) or off. Turn this option off
to use normal (PORT) mode. Be sure the server supports PASV
mode before turning this option on.
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FTP Menu, Page 2/3
Anonymous login: Highlight this option and press the multi selector right to toggle it on (✔) or off. Turn this option on for
anonymous login, off to enter a user name and password as
described below.
1
2
Highlight User ID.
3
Display text entry dialog.
4
Enter user name (
35).
5
Return to ftp menu (2/3).
6
Highlight Password.
7
8
Enter password (
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Display text entry dialog.
35).
Return to ftp menu (2/3). Password is disguised as a row of dots.
FTP Menu, Page 3/3
Use proxy server: Highlight this option and press the multi selector right to toggle it on (✔) or off. If a proxy server is required
for ftp, turn this option on and enter an address and port number as described below.
1
2
Highlight Address.
Display text entry dialog.
3
4
Enter proxy server address (
35).
5
Return to ftp menu (3/3).
6
Highlight Port.
7
Press multi selector left or right to select,
up or down to change.
Enter edit mode.
8
Return to ftp menu (3/3).
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Settings (Transfer Mode Only)
The following settings are available in transfer mode:
Auto Send
Choose whether to upload photographs to the server as they
are taken.
Option
Description
Photos are not automatically uploaded as they are taken.
Off
Photos can be selected for transmission when camera is in
(default)
playback mode.
Photos are uploaded immediately after being recorded to
On
camera memory card.* Be sure memory card is inserted in
camera before shooting.
* Pictures will not be uploaded to the server if Off is selected in the Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system menu. 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). Files uploaded before this option was selected are
not affected. Photographs will not be deleted while displayed
in slide shows or in the delete, print set, and preset white balance menus. Sequential file numbering is used while this option is in effect, regardless of the option selected for Custom Setting d6 (File No. Sequence).
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
Description
NEF (RAW) + JPEG Upload both NEF (RAW) and JPEG files. JPEG files are
(default)
sent first.
JPEG only
Upload JPEG files only.
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Send Folder
All files in the selected folder (including those already marked
as “sent”) will be uploaded in ascending order by file number,
beginning when the folder is selected. The folder itself will not
be uploaded. This option is not available when the memory
card contains no folders.
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.
Print (Print Mode Only)
Choose a printer from the profile list. Once a connection has
been established, photographs can be printed as described
in “Printing Via Direct USB Connection: Printing Multiple Photographs” in the camera manual. This option is only available
when On is selected for Wireless transmitter > Wireless
LAN system in the camera setup menu. Note that index
printing is only available with the optional PD-10 wireless
printer adapter.
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Appendices
Creating ftp Profiles Using the Camera Menus
In transfer mode, the camera menus can be used to create ftp profiles in place of
the WT-3 Setup Utility. Before creating an ftp profile with the camera menus, set
the camera USB option to PTP and connect the WT-3. To prevent unexpected loss
of power, be sure the battery is fully charged or use an optional EH-6 AC adapter.
The drain on the battery can be reduced by selecting Off for the Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system option in the camera setup menu before adjusting
ftp settings.
1
Turn the camera on.
2
Select Transfer mode for Wireless transmitter > Mode ( 34).
3
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 button.
Firewalls
The WT-3 uses TCP ports 20 and 21 for ftp. It may be necessary to adjust firewall settings
before connecting to a server behind a firewall ( 16).
Using the Menus
If the shutter-release button on the camera or WT-3 is pressed while menus are displayed,
the monitor will turn off and any changes to the current profile will be lost. Do not press the
shutter-release button while editing profiles.
Editing Existing ftp Profiles
See the Menu Guide for information on using the camera menus to edit existing ftp profiles
( 35).
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4
The registration dialog shown at right will be
displayed. Press the multi selector up or down
to highlight an option, then press to the right to
select. Select Done to proceed to Step 5 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” ( 35) and press
the button to return to the registration dialog.
Interface type: The dialog shown at right will be
displayed. Highlight one of the following options
and press the multi selector to the right to return
to the registration dialog.
Option
Description
Wireless & Ethernet
Connect via wireless and/or Ethernet.
(default)
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 (
35–38). Press the multi selector to the left to return to the registration dialog when settings are
complete.
TCP/IP: Adjust TCP/IP settings as described in the
Menu Guide ( 38–41). Press the multi selector
to the left to return to the registration dialog
when settings are complete.
FTP: Adjust ftp settings as described in the Menu
Guide ( 42–45). Press the multi selector to the
left to return to the registration dialog when settings are complete.
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5
If On is selected for Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system, 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 3 without connecting to the server.
If the wireless transmitter is off, the dialog shown in Step 3 will be displayed
and the WT-3 will not open a connection to the new server.
Errors
An error will be displayed if the new profile does not match server settings. Edit wireless,
TCP/IP, and ftp settings as described in the Menu Guide ( 35).
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Troubleshooting
Problem
“POWER” LED does not light.
All LEDs blink at once.
Wireless transmitter option
not available.
Excessive radio interference.
Camera displays “Ethernet cable is not connected.”
Camera displays wireless error.
Camera displays TCP/IP or FTP
error.
Memory card error displayed.
Photos can not be transferred to computer to which
PictureProject has been installed.
Transfer interrupted before all
photographs are sent.
Error displayed stating that no
images are available for printing.
Solution
• Confirm that battery is inserted in WT-3 and is fully
charged.
• Reattach WT-3.
• Insert memory card (transfer and print modes
only).
• Turn camera on.
• Press shutter-release button halfway to activate exposure meters.
• Select On for Wireless transmitter > Wireless
LAN system option in camera setup menu.
• Open connection to printer (print mode only).
WT-3 hardware error. Contact a Nikon-authorized
service representative.
• Reattach WT-3.
• Select PTP for USB option in camera setup menu.
Change orientation of camera or antenna.
Connect Ethernet cable or change interface setting
to Wireless & Ethernet.
• Confirm that host and wireless LAN adapter are on.
• Ensure that there are no obstacles between WT-3
and wireless LAN adapter.
• Check settings for host and / or wireless LAN adapter
and adjust camera settings appropriately.
• Check settings for host and / or wireless LAN adapter
and adjust camera settings appropriately.
• Check firewall settings.
Confirm that memory card is properly inserted.
• PictureProject version is incorrect. Update to latest
version or install version supplied with D200.
• Macintosh: If PictureProject was installed after WT-3
Setup Utility, reinstall WT-3 Setup Utility.
Transfer will resume if camera is turned off and then
on again, exposure meters are reactivated, or On for
Wireless transmitter > Wireless LAN system.
Only JPEG images can be printed from the camera.
Transfer RAW (NEF) images to computer and print
them from PictureProject or Nikon Capture version
4.4 or later.
20
18
21, 30
—
—
34
31
25, 29,
31
18
11
4
4, 13,
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—
—
14, 35
14, 35
16, 48
21, 30
—
34
—
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Glossary
Ad-hoc: Devices in an ad-hoc wireless network communicate directly (“peer to peer”), without
a wireless access point.
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard): An encryption standard developed for use by the American
government. AES has been praised for combining strong encryption with rapid processing.
Auto IP (APIPA—Automatic Private IP Addressing): Allows devices in a network to automatically
assign themselves unique IP addresses if no DHCP server is found on the network. Auto IP
uses addresses from 169.254.1.0 to 169.254.254.255 and a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0. These
addresses are neither global nor private but are reserved for Auto IP.
BSS-ID (Basic Service Set ID): All wireless devices on an ad-hoc wireless network share the same
BSS-ID. The BSS-ID may be up to thirty-two characters long and is case sensitive. See also
Ad-hoc.
Channel: When multiple wireless LANs with different ESS-IDs are operating on a single
frequency within a given area, transmission speeds will drop. Specifying a separate channel
(frequency) for each network can prevent interference and increase transmission speeds (note
that all devices in the same network must be set to the same channel). In the IEEE 802.11b/g
standard, the 2.4 GHz band is divided into 14 channels, each separated by 4 MHz.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Server: Each device in a TCP/IP network requires
an IP address. If a DHCP server is present on the network, IP addresses will be assigned
automatically.
DNS (Domain Name Server): A server that contains a database of IP addresses and host names
for the machines it administers and that converts host names to IP addresses in response to
queries from clients. Each DNS can also query other Domain Name Servers for addresses not
listed in its database.
ESS-ID (Extended Service Set ID): Multiple BSSs can be configured to form an ESS, allowing users
to roam between wireless access points. Only devices with the same ESS-ID as a given access
point can communicate with that access point. The ESS-ID may be up to thirty-two characters
long and is case sensitive.
Ethernet: The name given to the IEEE 802.3 LAN standard. Devices in an Ethernet network are
connected via UTP cables for transmission speeds of up to 10 Mbps (10 base-T) or 100 Mbps
(100 base-TX).
Gateway: A network node that acts as an entrance to another network, for example between a
company network and the Internet.
IIS (Internet Information Services): Microsoft’s name for its Web server software. Notable for its
close connection to Windows-based systems through Active Server Pages (ASPs). When
installed as part of the operating system, IIS makes it relatively easy to build web a server.
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Infrastructure: Devices in an infrastructure network communicate via wireless access points
that may be connected to an Ethernet network, allowing wireless and Ethernet devices to
coexist on a single network.
IP address: The address given to each node in a TCP/IP network. All nodes in a TCP/IP network
must have a unique IP address. Private IP addresses are recommended for nodes that are part
of a local network.
Key index: A number identifying which WEP key is to be used for encryption when
communicating via an access point with more than one WEP key. All devices on the network
must use the same key index.
LAN (Local Area Network): A network of computers located in relatively close proximity to one
another. LANs generally support data transfer speeds of 10–100 Mbps.
MAC (Media Access Control) Address: A unique hardware address for each device on a network,
required when sending and receiving packets.
Open system: The name given to a wireless network using no authentication (open
authentication). Open systems are relatively insecure, as a password is not required to gain
access to the server.
PASV mode: PASV mode is used by clients behind firewalls, when it allows the ftp server to
supply the port number.
Private IP address: An IP address that is only visible within a local network. Because packets using
a private IP address can not be transmitted to another network, they are usually sent between
networks via a proxy server or NAT. Private IP addresses in the range 10.0.0.0–10.255.255.255
are termed “class A.” Class B addresses are in the range 172.16.0.0–172.31.255.255, class C
addresses in the range 192.168.0.0–192.168.255.255. The class of address used depends on
the size of the network. Class C addresses are often used for small networks.
Protocol: A set of rules for passing information back and forth between devices in a network.
By defining such elements of communication as how links are established, how receipt of a
signal is acknowledged, how data are encoded, and how to handle errors, a protocol ensures
that data are transmitted without loss of information.
Proxy: A server that stands between large networks and local networks or computers, typically
to ensure security. One element of a firewall.
PTP-IP (Picture Transfer Protocol over Internet Protocol): A commonly used name for the CIPA DC-0052005 image transfer protocol for transmitting images over LANs. It represents an extension to
the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) used to transfer images between cameras and computers
connected via USB cable. The WT-3 uses PTP-IP to communicate with host computers.
Shared key: An authentication system in which WEP keys are used to establish whether a client
has access to the network. Communication is restricted to devices with the same WEP key.
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SS-ID (Service Set ID): An SS-ID prevents interference between devices in different networks by
allowing communication only between devices that share an SS-ID. See BSS-ID, ESS-ID.
Subnet mask: A mask that divides a network into subnets.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol): A dual protocol consisting of a transportlayer protocol (TCP) that divides data into packets which it later reassembles, and a network
protocol (IP) that handles transmission of the packets between points in the network. It can
be implemented on different platforms, allowing data to be transmitted between machines
with different operating systems.
TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol): An encryption standard using dynamic WPA-PSK keys that
change periodically or after a specified amount of data have been transmitted, making it
more secure that WEP, which uses fixed keys.
UDP (User Datagram Protocol): A fast but unreliable transport layer transmission protocol using
the OSI model.
USB (Universal Serial Bus): A standard for connecting peripheral devices. USB supports data
transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps (USB 2.0). Devices connected via USB can be connected
and disconnected with the power on (“hot plug”) and do not require separate IRQ (interrupt
request) numbers, preventing conflicts with other devices.
WAN (Wide Area Network): A network connecting computers or LANs in widely separated
locations. The Internet is an example of a WAN.
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy): A type of encryption in which the data transmitted between
devices is encoded using a shared encryption key (WEP key).
Wireless LAN access point: A wireless transceiver that acts as the connection between wireless
devices and a wireless network.
WPA-PSK (WiFi Protected Access with Pre-Shared Key): A type of authentication for wireless networks
using previously-established (pre-shared) TKIP or AES keys. Wireless devices using this form of
authentication can only communicate with devices with the same pre-shared key.
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Specifications
Wireless
Standards IEEE 802.11b/g (standard wireless LAN protocol), ARIB STD-T66
(standard for low power data communications systems)
Communications IEEE 802.11g: OFDM
protocols IEEE 802.11b: DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK
Operating frequency WT-3: 2412–2472 MHz (13 channels)
WT-3A: 2412–2462 MHz (11 channels)
Range (line of sight) Approximately 80 m (262 ft.) with built-in antenna
Approximately 280 m (919 ft.) with WA-E1 extended range antenna
and large antenna at wireless LAN access point
Data rates * IEEE 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
IEEE 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps
Security TKIP, AES, 128/64-bit (104/40-bit) WEP
Access protocols Infrastructure / ad-hoc
Ethernet
Standards IEEE 802.3u (100 base-TX)/IEEE 802.3 (10 base-T)
Data rates 10/100 Mbps with auto detect
Port 100 base-TX/10 base-T (AUTO-MDIX)
Data transfer protocols PTP-IP, ftp
Power consumption 3.5 W maximum
Power source Rechargeable EN-EL3e Li-ion battery × 1 (supplied with D200), EH-6
AC adapter (available separately)
Operating environment Temperature: 0–40 °C (32–131 °F)
Humidity: less than 85% (no condensation)
Weight WT-3: 295 g / 10.4 oz (body only)
WT-3A: 295 g / 10.4 oz (body only)
Dimensions (W × H × D) 152 mm × 110 mm × 72.5 mm (6.0 in. × 4.3 in. × 2.9 in.)
* Maximum logical data rates according to IEEE standard. Actual rates may differ.
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Battery Life
The number of shots that can be taken with a fully-charged EN-EL3e battery (1500 mAh) varies
with the condition of the batteries, temperature, and how the camera and WT-3 are used.
The following measurements were performed at a temperature of 20 °C (68 °F) both with the
WT-3 off and while uploading photographs to a Windows XP Professional SP2 computer using
Auto send.
Example 1
Network None (WT-3 off ) Wireless (802.11g, infrastructure mode) Ethernet (100 base-TX)
No. of shots
1600
1000
1100
Camera Zoom Nikkor AF-S VR 70–200 mm f/2.8G IF ED lens (VR off ); continuous highsettings speed shooting mode; continuous-servo autofocus; image quality set to JPEG
Basic; image size set to M; shutter speed ½50 s; shutter-release pressed halfway for
three seconds and focus cycled from infinity to minimum range three times with
each shot; after six shots, monitor turned on for five seconds and then turned off ;
cycle repeated after eight seconds.
Example 2
Network None (WT-3 off ) Wireless (802.11g, infrastructure mode) Ethernet (100 base-TX)
No. of shots
300
200
210
Camera Zoom Nikkor AF-S VR 24–120 mm f/3.5–5.6G IF ED lens (VR off ); single-frame
settings shooting mode; single-servo autofocus; image quality set to JPEG Normal; image
size set to L; shutter speed ½50 s; shutter-release pressed halfway for five seconds
and focus cycled from infinity to minimum range once with each shot; built-in
Speedlight fired at full power with every other shot; AF-assist illuminator lights
when Speedlight is used; cycle repeated after eight seconds; camera turned off
for one minute after ten photographs have been transferred.
The following can reduce battery life:
• Using the monitor
• Repeated autofocus operations
• Keeping the shutter-release button pressed • Taking NEF (RAW) photographs
halfway
• Slow shutter speeds
To ensure maximum battery performance:
• Keep the battery contacts clean. Soiled contacts can reduce battery performance.
• Use EN-EL3e batteries immediately after charging. Batteries will lose their charge if left unused.
The battery level displayed by the camera may vary with changes in temperature.
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Index
Symbols
,
,
, 24
G
Gateway, 15, 40, 52
A
AC adapter, 20
Access point. See Wireless LAN,
access point
Ad-hoc, 2, 14, 36, 52
Antenna, 4
Auto send, 46
I
IP address, 15, 38, 53
Infrastructure, 2, 14, 36, 53
B
BSS-ID, 36, 52
BUSY. See Status LEDs
M
MAC address, 16
Memory cards, 21, 30
Menus, 34–47, 48–50
entering text in, 35
Mode, 2, 21, 26, 30, 34
C
Channel, 14, 36, 52
Connecting the WT-3, 18
D
Delete after send?, 46
Deselect all?, 47
DHCP server, 15, 38, 52
Domain Name Server (DNS), 15,
41, 52
E
Encryption, 14, 37
key, 14, 37, 54
Errors, 51
ftp, 51
TCP / IP, 51
wireless, 51
ESS-ID, 36, 52
Ethernet, 2, 4, 21, 26, 30, 52
F
File names, 23, 24, 25
Folders, 15, 42. See also Send
folder
FTP, 42, 49
ftp
errors. See Errors, ftp
server, 2, 3, 15, 21, 35, 48
FTP ERROR. See Errors, ftp
L
LAN. See Wireless LAN, Ethernet
LED. See Status LEDs
LINK. See Status LEDs
U
Upload, 21, 23
deleting images after, 46
interrupting, 24
selecting images for, 23
USB, 11
User ID, 44
W
Wireless, 35, 49
Wireless LAN, 2, 14, 35, 49
access point, 2, 54
Wireless LAN system, 22, 27,
31, 32, 34
Wireless transmitter, 34
WT-3 Setup Utility, 2, 3, 7, 11
N
Nikon Capture 4, 26, 28
P
Password, 13
PASV mode, 15, 43, 53
PC mode, 2, 26
PictureProject, 13, 26
Port, 16, 48
POWER. See Status LEDs
Printing, 30
Print mode, 2, 30
Proxy, 15, 45, 53
PTP-IP, 53, 55
S
Send folder, 47
Send file as, 46
Server. See ftp, server
Settings, 46
SS-ID, 14, 36, 53
Status. See Link quality; Status
LEDs
Status LEDs, 4, 25, 29, 31
T
TCP/IP, 38, 49
TCP/IP, 15, 38, 49, 54
Transfer mode, 2, 21, 35, 46, 48
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