Nikon UT-1 Offers Digital SLR Users Powerful Connectivity for an Efficient Workflow
Nikon continues to develop and redefine how photographers of all levels share their content
Mississauga, ON, September 13, 2012 – Today, Nikon Canada announced the release of the UT-1 adapter, enabling image transfer and remote camera operation when connected via Ethernet cable, or wirelessly in conjunction with the WT-5 wireless transmitter. When the UT-1 is connected to select Nikon digital SLR and HD-SLR cameras, an Ethernet network (wired network) can be used to transfer images directly from the camera to a computer or FTP server. The new device will also allow photographers to control the camera remotely from a computer.
The UT-1 will be compatible with several Nikon HD-SLR cameras, including the Nikon D4, Nikon D800, Nikon D800E and the Nikon D7000. With an Ethernet network connection, images can be automatically transferred as they are captured, while data can also be stored on a memory card or transferred and saved to a computer or FTP server.
“Connectivity continues to be a very important part of workflow for many photographers,” said Gregory Flasch, National Advertising and Communications Manager at Nikon Canada. “Nikon continues to develop and redefine how digital cameras achieve connectivity and share content efficiently. The UT-1 will allow users to transfer photos seamlessly from a selection of Nikon digital SLR and HD-SLR cameras, while also providing the means to control the camera remotely from a computer if desired.”
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