This combination works. Free app, factory Nikon manuals and guides in a bookshelf style app is very handy. Has older DSLR to the D40 model and SB flash also. Contents works just like normal PDF's. Can view landscape or portrait. Gave it a 5 rating. Downloads of individual manuals worked at home, they did not load with WiFi at workplace for some reason.
Nikon Manual Viewer App on iPhone 4S with iOS 6(6 posts) (4 voices)
Yup, have all the manuals right there, and I need them....especially for the D4 if I get in trouble...at least initially. Great to have in hand.
Wow. Didn't know they had this. I have PDF version of the manuals on my phone, but this app is more convenient.
Yup, this app has been around for a while. It is nice to have, the manuals for everything is always in your pocket.
Sad news it does not work with iPhone 5 and iOS 6, bummer. Will have to await the update.
Great news. Nikon Manual Viewer app DOES work with iPhone 5 and iOS 6. Found the workaround by trial and error.
You need to delete ALL the PDF books on the Nikon Manual Viewer bookshelf first, then download them again. You MUST NOT leave the download screen what so ever while downloading each individual eBook. You will know the eBook is ready for use when it's cover shows back on the bookshelf. Look under More tab for D4 Setting Guide, D800/D800E Technical Guide, P6000-P7100 Manuals. Looks like English is the only language available. Best part it's FREE !
Example times: SB-700 PDF eBook takes seconds on my homes WiFi, D700 takes under 2 minutes to download. You know they are ready for use when it's cover shows back on the bookshelf. BTW the iPhone 5 is a speed demon with PDF books !
P.S. If at any time the Nikon Manual Viewer app locks up, turn off smartphone to clear up hangup.Posted 8 months ago #
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