User manual NIKON UT-1 COMMUNICATION UNIT

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[. . . ] No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION. Communication Unit User's Manual Printed in Japan SB2I01(11) 6MWD0611-01 En En What the UT-1 Can Do for You This manual describes how to connect to a network and upload pictures to a computer or ftp server or control the camera remotely using Camera Control Pro 2. Use the UT-1 to connect to Ethernet networks, or connect to wireless networks by attaching a WT-5 to the UT-1. What the UT-1 Can Do for You Connecting to a Network Ethernet Networks For information on connecting to a computer, see page 19. For information on connecting to an ftp server, see page 49. Wireless Networks Connect to wireless networks using a WT-5 wireless transmitter (08). For information on connecting to an ftp server, see page 49. ii Network Connections Once a network connection has been established, you can: Upload existing pictures (036) What the UT-1 Can Do for You Control the camera remotely using Camera Control Pro 2 (045) Upload pictures to an ftp server (049) iii Trademark Information Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. [. . . ] Any of the following actions will also interrupt transmission: • Turning the camera or UT-1 off • Selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer settings > Deselect all? D A A During Upload Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the Ethernet cable during upload. Interval Timer Photography Choose a long auto meter-off delay when using the interval timer. Voice Memos Voice memos can not be uploaded separately, but will be included when associated pictures are transmitted. Voice recordings can not be selected for upload. Using the UT-1 with a Computer 37 A A Loss of Signal Transmission may be interrupted if the signal is lost (040). Transmission can be resumed by turning the UT-1 off and then on again. Turning the Camera Off “Send” marking will be saved if the camera or UT-1 is turned off while transmission is in progress. Transmission of images marked with a “send” icon will resume when the camera or UT-1 is turned on. Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images 38 Using the UT-1 with a Computer ❏ Transfer Status During playback, the status of images selected for upload is shown as follows: a: “Send” Images that have been selected for upload are marked with a white a icon. Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images b: “Sending” A green b icon is displayed during upload. c: “Sent” Images that have been uploaded successfully are marked with a blue c icon. A Removing the “Send, ” “Sending, ” and “Sent” Icons “Send, ” “sending, ” and “sent” icons can be removed from all images by selecting Yes for Wireless transmitter > Transfer settings > Deselect all?(090). Using the UT-1 with a Computer 39 ❏ Network Status The status of the link between the host and the UT-1 is shown by the status LEDs and by the display in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu. Signal quality is shown by the LINK LED: the faster the LED flashes, the better the signal and the faster data can be transmitted. The ERROR LED flashes to show that an error has occurred. Status LEDs Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images Status POWER LINK ERROR I (off ) I (off ) I (off ) UT-1 off K (on) I (off ) I (off ) USB cable not connected K (on) K (on) I (off ) Connecting to host K (on) H (flashes) I (off ) Waiting to send or sending data K (on) I (off ) H (flashes) Connection error UT-1 hardware or battery malfunction H (flashes) H (flashes) H (flashes) 40 Using the UT-1 with a Computer The Status Display Network status can also be viewed in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu. Uploading Pictures to a Host Computer / Uploading Images e, f: The estimated time required to send the remaining images. Battery level: A fivelevel display showing the charge state of the battery in the UT-1. Status area: The status of the connection to the host. While files are being transferred, the status display shows “Now sending” followed by the name of the file being sent. Ethernet connections are shown by d. Using the UT-1 with a Computer 41 PC Mode In PC mode, a camera equipped with a UT-1 can be controlled over a wireless or Ethernet network from a computer running Camera Control Pro 2 (available separately) and photographs saved directly to the computer hard disk instead of the camera memory card (movies are still recorded to the memory card and can consequently only be recorded when a memory card is inserted in the camera). PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer Connecting to the Computer Before connecting the UT-1, confirm that the host computer is running and the user is logged in. 1 After turning the camera off, open the UT-1 USB connector cover and connect the USB cable from the UT-1 to the camera USB connector (for more information on connecting USB cables to the camera, see the camera manual). Ethernet networks: To access the network via Ethernet, confirm that the camera is off and connect the Ethernet cable to the computer and UT-1 as shown. Note that wireless transfer is disabled while an Ethernet cable is connected; before accessing a wireless network, turn the UT-1 off and disconnect the Ethernet cable. 2 Wireless networks: Connect the WT-5 wireless transmitter as described on page 8. 42 Using the UT-1 with a Computer 3 Turn the camera on. Power switch PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer 4 Select PC mode for the Wireless transmitter > Mode option in the camera setup menu (072). 5 A list of available connection profiles will be displayed. Highlight the desired profile and press J. Viewing Profile Information Press the camera L (?) button to view information on the selected profile. A 6 Press the power switch for about a second to turn the UT-1 on. Power switch Using the UT-1 with a Computer 43 7 PC Mode / Connecting to the Computer When a connection is established, the network name will be displayed in green in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu. For information on what to do if an error is displayed, see “Troubleshooting” (0119). 44 Using the UT-1 with a Computer Controlling the Camera 1 2 3 4 Complete the steps in “Connecting to the Computer” (042). PC Mode / Controlling the Camera Start Camera Control Pro 2 on the host computer and confirm that “PC” is displayed in the camera control panel. Control the camera as described in the Camera Control Pro 2 manual or online help. When transfer is complete, press the power switch for about a second to turn the UT-1 off and then disconnect the USB cable. Power switch D D A Wireless Networks More time may be required to complete operations on wireless networks. 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 Camera Control Pro 2. If the ERROR LED on the UT-1 is flashing (02), turn the UT-1 off and then on again. Transfer can not be resumed once the camera has been turned off. Using the UT-1 with a Computer 45 ❏ Network Status The status of the link between the host and the UT-1 is shown by the status LEDs and by the display in the top level of the wireless transmitter menu. [. . . ] Range may vary with signal strength and presence or absence of obstacles. Actual rates may differ. 122 Appendices Specifications A Battery Life The length of time batteries can be used and the number of shots that can be uploaded before recharging varies with the condition of the batteries, signal strength, and how camera and UT-1 are used. The following measurements were performed using a fully-charged EN-EL15 battery (1900 mAh) at a temperature of 23 °C (73. 4 °F) while continuously uploading images with an average file size of 9 megabytes to an ftp server configured using Internet Information Services (ISS) under Windows 7 Ultimate over an infrastructure network with the UT-1 in transfer mode (all figures are approximate). Network No. (8 hr. ) Specifications To ensure maximum battery performance: • Keep the battery contacts clean. [. . . ]

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