Wi-Fi camera to your compatible for easy sharing. And a great feature of cameras that feature to connect-ability is that you don’t need to be at a Wi-Fi hotspot. The camera and to create the connection.

Although your probably has the capability of shooting photos, your digital camera can likely take better photos. This is because digital cameras utilise larger image sensors, and powerful image processing engines. The camera’s sensor is designed to give you a higher resolution, wider dynamic range, and the ability to shoot in low light and use high ISOs—all of which allow for the generation of high quality images. Digital cameras also utilise great lenses, as well as many features and accessories that allow you to be creative with your photography.

Your high resolution camera creates large files and you probably won’t want to shoot using the maximum resolution of the camera if you’re planning on sending images. This is because the larger the file size, the longer it will take to travel from the camera, so it is suggested that you use JPG rather than NEF. JPG fine/large will also give you larger files than choosing JPG Basic/medium or small. If you’re shooting images that will only be displayed digitally, you can go ahead and set your camera to record smaller size files.

For those who want to shoot using the higher resolutions available in your camera, set the app up so that it only downloads the recommended size or even smaller VGA size image while recording the high resolution image to the media card.


You can use as a remote to shoot photos —allowing you to get into the shot along with your other subjects, or even place the camera in a location to capture wildlife while you snap the shutter from a remote spot far from the wild animal. What’s really fun is that you actually see the same image the camera sees on your device —allowing you to shoot at precisely the right moment that you want. (Check your camera’s user manual to see if your camera has this capability.)

It’s easy to share still images with your friends and family using your digital camera with built-in.


You must have a media card inserted in the camera for the Wi-Fi menus to be fully accessible.

There are three different ways that an user can connect to their compatible camera and only one of the user to connect a camera.  The following instructions can be used to connect by selecting the camera’s WI-FI NETWORK or SSID. Connecting this way is the quickest and easiest because it is an unencrypted connection.

Users also have the option of connecting via Push-button WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) if their device supports push-button WPS, or PIN-entry. For step-by-step instructions on setting up those types of connections, please see your camera’s User’s Manual.

You can now access the camera from the app. Upon selecting the “Take Pictures Remotely” Live View is started automatically, allowing you to now see what the camera sees.


1. Enable the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi. Newer models will have an external Wi-Fi button (on some older models; select Wi-Fi in the setup menu).

2. Go to the smart Wi-Fi settings and select the camera in the list of networks displayed. It will begin with, followed by a string of letters and numbers, once you initially make this network connection, your device will automatically connect when you enable the camera’s, you’ll have to perform this step each time you wish to use the wireless feature of your camera.


For those using, camera that features NFC compatibility, you can also use the NFC or Near Field Communication feature to connect to your camera.

To do so, simply place the camera’s N mark next and will connect, launching the Wireless. Now you can view or take photos.