Nikon Cameras Powered by the Case Relay Camera Power System Without Camera Coupler

Posted by: on May 2, 2016 | One Comment


With the new Case Relay Camera Power System from Tether Tools, you’ll never run out of power and never need to stress about forgetting your camera batteries. If you’re out shooting and get low on battery power, simply swap out any standard 5V USB battery pack throughout your shoot.

Tether Tools includes a Nikon adapter cable (pictured) in every Case Relay sold which will plug directly into compatible Nikon cameras. Simply purchase a Case Relay Camera Power System and you’re good to go, there’s no need to add a Relay Camera Coupler to your cart.

Plug the round end of the included Nikon adapter cable into the Case Relay and the square end into your Nikon camera

These Nikon cameras can be powered with the all-new Case Relay Camera Power System, and require no additional purchase of a Relay Camera Coupler:

  • D80
  • D90
  • D700
  • D300
  • D300s
  • D70
  • D70s
  • D24-500 f/2.8-5.6
  • DL18-50 f/1.8-2.8
  • DL24-85 f/1.8-2.8
  • D500
  • D3200
  • D7100
  • D810A
  • 1 J5
  • D7200
  • D750
  • D810
  • D5500
  • Df
  • 1 J4
  • 1 S2
  • 1 V3
  • D3300
  • D800E
  • D5300
  • D610
  • 1 AW1
  • COOLPIX P7800
  • A
  • D5200
  • 1 S1
  • 1 J3
  • 1 V2
  • D600
  • D7000
  • COOLPIX P7700
  • 1 J2
  • 1 V1
  • D800
  • COOLPIX P7100
  • D3000
  • D3100
  • D5100
  • D60
  • D40X
  • D40

Please note for the Nikon D500 you’ll need to purchase the Nikon EP-5B Power Supply Connector, available here

If you shoot video, time-lapse, or just want peace of mind knowing that your camera won’t die during a long shoot take a look at the new Case Relay from Tether Tools. It provides uninterruptible power for a DSLR or mirrorless camera using any standard 5V USB battery pack or a wall outlet. Learn more at

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1 thought on “Nikon Cameras Powered by the Case Relay Camera Power System Without Camera Coupler”

  1. I wish you do one for the Canon EOS-M3/5 I seen them on eBay LP-E17 dummy battery that seem the same connection also like the ACK-E17

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