A variety of accessories are available for your Nikon camera.

Power sources
  • EN-EL15b Rechargeable Li-ion Battery: Additional EN-EL15b batteries are available from local retailers and Nikon service representatives. EN-EL15c/EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 batteries can also be used. Note, however, that you will not be able to take as many pictures on a single charge using EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 batteries (0 Battery Endurance).
  • MH-25a Battery Charger: The MH-25a can be used to recharge EN-EL15b batteries. MH-25 battery chargers can also be used.
  • MB-N10 Battery Pack: A battery pack for Nikon mirrorless cameras. Attached to the camera, it allows the use of two EN-EL15b rechargeable Li-ion batteries as a power source.
  • EH-7P Charging AC Adapter: The EH-7P can be used to charge EN-EL15c/EN-EL15b batteries inserted in the camera (the battery only charges when the camera is off). It cannot be used to charge EN-EL15a/EN-EL15 batteries.
  • EP-5B Power Connector, EH-5c and EH-5b AC Adapters: These accessories can be used to power the camera for extended periods. The EP-5B is required to connect the camera to the EH-5c/EH-5b; see “Attaching a Power Connector and AC Adapter” (0 Attaching a Power Connector and AC Adapter) for details.
  • Neutral Color (NC) filters can be used to protect the lens.
  • To prevent ghosting, avoid using filters when the subject is framed against a bright light, or when a bright light source is in the frame.
  • Center-weighted metering is recommended if matrix metering fails to produce the desired results for filters with exposure factors (filter factors) over 1× (Y44, Y48, Y52, O56, R60, X0, X1, C-PL, ND2S, ND4, ND4S, ND8, ND8S, ND400, A2, A12, B2, B8, B12). See the filter manual for details.
  • Filters intended for special-effects photography may interfere with autofocus or the in-focus indicator (I).
Mount adapters FTZ Mount Adapter (0 FTZ Mount Adapter User’s Manual)
Remote cords MC-DC2 Remote Cord (length 1 m/3 ft 4 in.): When connected to the camera accessory terminal, the MC-DC2 can be used to release the shutter remotely.
GPS units GP-1/GP-1A GPS Unit: When connected to the camera accessory terminal, existing GP-1/GP-1A units can be used to record the current latitude, longitude, altitude, and UTC (Universal Coordinated Time) with pictures taken with the camera. Note that production of GP-1/GP-1A units has ended.
USB cables
  • UC-E24 USB cable: A USB cable with a type C connector for connection to the camera and a type A connector for connection to the USB device.
  • UC-E25 USB cable: A USB cable with two type C connectors.
HDMI cables HC-E1 HDMI Cable: An HDMI cable with a type C connector for connection to the camera and a type A connector for connection to HDMI devices.
Hot shoe adapters AS-15 Sync Terminal Adapter: Mount the AS-15 on the camera hot shoe to connect studio strobe lights or other flash equipment via a sync terminal.
Accessory shoe covers BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover: A cover protecting the accessory shoe when no flash unit is attached.
Body caps BF-N1 Body Cap: The body cap prevents dust entering the camera when a lens is not in place.
Wireless transmitters

WT-7 Wireless Transmitter: Use the WT-7 to upload pictures over a wireless network, to control the camera from a computer running Camera Control Pro 2 (available separately), or to take and browse pictures remotely from a computer or smart device.

Note: A wireless network and some basic network knowledge is required when using a wireless transmitter. Be sure to update the wireless transmitter software to the latest version.

Wireless remote controllers
  • WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controller: When a WR-R10 wireless remote controller is attached to the accessory terminal, the camera can be controlled wirelessly using a WR-T10 wireless remote controller (when connecting the WR-R10, be sure the cover for the accessory terminal and the USB and HDMI connectors is fully open). The WR-R10 can also be used to control radio-controlled flash units. For synchronized release involving more than one camera, ready multiple cameras with paired WR-R10 units attached.
  • WR-1 Wireless Remote Controller: WR-1 units are used with WR-R10 or WR-T10 wireless remote controllers or with other WR-1 remote controllers, with the WR-1 units functioning as either transmitters or receivers. As a transmitter, the WR-1 can be used to control the camera and take pictures via signals transmitted to a receiver (a WR-R10 or a second WR-1) connected to the camera accessory terminal, while as a receiver it receives remote commands from a WR-T10 or a separate WR-1 transmitter.

Note: Be sure the firmware for the WR-R10 and WR-1 has been updated to the latest version (WR-R10 firmware version 3.0 or later and WR-1 firmware version 1.0.1 or later). For information on firmware updates, see the Nikon website for your area. Consult a Nikon-authorized service representative when updating the firmware for the WR-R10 from versions prior to version 2.0 to version 3.0 or later.

Viewfinder eyepiece accessories

DK-29 Rubber Eyecup: The DK-29 makes the image in the viewfinder easier to see, preventing eye fatigue.

  • ME-1 Stereo Microphone: Connect the ME-1 to the camera microphone jack to record stereo sound and reduce the chance of picking up equipment noise (such as the sounds produced by the lens during autofocus).
  • ME-W1 Wireless Microphone: Use this wireless Bluetooth microphone for off-camera recording.

Camera Control Pro 2: Control the camera remotely from a computer and save photographs directly to the computer hard disk. When Camera Control Pro 2 is used to capture photographs directly to the computer, a PC connection indicator (PC) will appear in the control panel.

Note: Use the latest versions of Nikon software; see the Nikon website for your region for the latest information on supported operating systems. At default settings, Nikon Message Center 2 will periodically check for updates to Nikon software and firmware while you are logged in to an account on the computer and the computer is connected to the Internet. A message is automatically displayed when an update is found.

Availability may vary with country or region. See our website or brochures for the latest information.

Attaching and Removing the Accessory Shoe Cover

The BS-1 accessory shoe cover slides into the accessory shoe as shown. To remove the cover, hold the camera firmly, press the cover down with a thumb and slide it in the direction shown.

The HDMI/USB Cable Clip

To prevent accidental disconnection, attach the supplied clip to HDMI cables or to the supplied USB cable as shown (the illustration shows the USB cable; note that the clip may not fit all third-party HDMI cables). Keep the monitor in the storage position when using the cable clip.

HDMI cable goes here

HDMI cable goes here

HDMI cable goes here

Insert tab into matching slot on camera and attach cable clip

USB cable

HDMI cable and USB cable used simultaneously

Attaching a Power Connector and AC Adapter

Turn the camera off before attaching an optional power connector and AC adapter.

  1. Ready the camera.

    Open the battery-chamber (q) and power connector (w) covers.

  2. Insert the EP-5B power connector.

    Be sure to insert the connector in the orientation shown, using the connector to keep the orange battery latch pressed to one side. The latch locks the connector in place when the connector is fully inserted.

  3. Close the battery-chamber cover.

    Position the power connector cable so that it passes through the power connector slot and close the battery-chamber cover.

  4. Connect the EH-5c/EH-5b AC adapter.

    Connect the AC adapter power cable to the AC socket on the AC adapter (e) and the power cable to the DC socket (r). A P icon is displayed when the camera is powered by the AC adapter and power connector.