The optional Multi-Power Battery Pack MB-D10 supports the use of three battery types. It combines added stability with extended shooting potential of up to approx. 2,950 shots*1 per charge and enables high-speed continuous shooting at a rate of approx. 8 fps*2. The MB-D10 comes equipped with a shutter-release button, AF-ON button, multi selector, and main- and sub-command dials, and to protect against moisture and dust, its durable magnesium alloy case boasts the same level of sealing protection as the D300S itself.
With GPS Unit GP1 attached to the D300S, time and geographic location information, received via satellite, is automatically recorded to each image’s Exif data. This makes it easy to display the location of an image on Google Maps™ using ViewNX.
Nikon’s Wireless Transmitter WT-4A/B/C/D/E delivers extended image transfer convenience and efficiency via IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless connections, as well as wired 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX connections. Thumbnail Select mode*2 permits thumbnail display of images taken with up to five wirelessly connected cameras on a computer display. Images selected by confirming the thumbnail can be downloaded and saved to the computer. With this mode, the photographer and computer operator can concentrate on their respective assignments. Remote camera operation and image viewing, including the use of Live View, is also available when Wireless Transmitter WT-4A/B/C/D/E is used in conjunction with optional Camera Control Pro 2 software.
Organize your workflow efficiently. Nikon Transfer enables you to:
ViewNX treats RAW and JPEG files of the same image as a single file, which makes browsing faster and more efficient. With the ViewNX advantage, you can:
Nikon’s latest non-destructive photo editing software lets you get the most out of your NEF, JPEG or TIFF images. Capture NX 2 and its innovative U Point® technology empower you to:
Remote shooting has never been more productive. Camera Control Pro 2 provides:
Note: Transfer of movies is not possible.
Protect your data’s integrity with Nikon’s Image Authentication Software: