Adjust status LED and link mode settings for optional WR-R10 wireless remote controllers. You can also choose a link mode for connection to optional radio-controlled flash units that support Advanced Wireless Lighting.

LED Lamp

Enable or disable the status LEDs on a WR-R10 wireless remote controller mounted on the camera. For more information, see the documentation supplied with the wireless remote controller.

Choose a link mode for WR-R10 wireless remote controllers mounted on other cameras or radio-controlled flash units that support Advanced Wireless Lighting. Be sure that the same mode is selected for the other devices.




The camera connects only to devices with which it has previously been paired. Press the pairing button on the WR-R10 wireless remote controller connected to the camera to pair it with other devices.

  • As camera will not communicate with devices with which it has not been paired, this option can be used to prevent signal interference from other devices in the vicinity.

  • Given that each device must be paired separately, however, PIN is recommended when connecting to a large number of devices.


Communication is shared among all devices with the same four-digit PIN. Connect using a four-digit PIN. Press 4 or 2 to highlight digits and press 1 or 3 to change. Press J to enter and display the selected PIN.

  • This option is a good choice for photography featuring a large number of remote devices.

  • If there are multiple cameras present that share the same PIN, the flash units will be under the sole control of the camera that connects first, preventing all other cameras from connecting (the LEDs on the WR-R10 units connected to the affected cameras will blink).

  • Regardless of the option selected for [Link mode], signals from paired wireless remote controllers will always be received by the WR-R10. Users of the WR-1 wireless remote controller will need to select pairing as the WR-1 link mode.

The WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller

Be sure the firmware for the WR-R10 has been updated to the latest version (version 3.0 or later). For information on firmware updates, see the Nikon website for your area.