Excerpt: Super useful to me! This allows me to use my iPhone as a wireless remote to take photos and allows me to take to photos from my camera and download to my phone so that I can post a quality image to Instagram or Facebook without having to connect to a computer or wifi. Simple to use as well.
Excerpt: From my experience with this, I would consider this a toy. I have tried to get consistant results with both android and iOS, no luck, unreliable. Unit frequently disconnects. When it does work I prefer the android OS it does lt you focus the camera by touching the screen, I like that feature.
Excerpt: It's a wireless device that allows you to only snap a photo and review it on a Android smartphone or tablet. Price range is steep compared to the excellent free usb tethering apps on Google but if you want wireless this small gadget will serve you 100% satisfaction.
Excerpt: Okay- I wanted a gadget. I wanted to play. If you read many of my reviews, you will see that I love Nikon everything - and I am rarely disappointed. Okay. Truth? This is a toy gadget that really doesn't work that well. Maybe I will go back and re read the settings - and maybe it will work better but the bluetooth connection drops after about two pics are transfered -and sometimes sooner.
Excerpt: My D7100 is now wireless! Photos now easily transfer to my Samsung Galaxy. Setting it up was a bit of a challenge, but I Googled the problem, found a solution, changed a setting on my phone, and it now works flawlessly!
Excerpt: I use this wireless adapter with my Nikon Df and iPhone. It is an easy way to quickly share low resolution photos by email other other on-line services. It works as advertised and the app is easy to use. It is very small so is easy to carry - just be careful so you don't lose it.
Excerpt: Simple and intuitive set-up and use from Nikon and Apple. As expected. I plugged the WU-1a into my Df, downloaded the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app to my iPhone 4s, connected them wirelessly and took and transferred my first photo all in about 7 minutes start to finish. No cables. No issues. Another 2 minutes and I was controlling the auto focus and shutter release of the Nikon Df from the iPhone.