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This new Airnef utility can download files from a WiFi-equipped Nikon camera to a computer


Airnef is a new, open-source utility for downloading/transferring images and movies from a WiFi-equipped Nikon camera to a computer. Airnef runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It supports all Nikon cameras that have built-in WiFi interfaces, along with those using external Nikon WU-1a and WU-1b WiFi adapters. Airnef may also work with Nikon’s WT-4A and WT-5A […]

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Weekly Nikon news flash #268

Xtreme Tether wireless remote transmitter for Nikon DSLR cameras

→ Sony a7s beats the Nikon Df and scores as the best low-light camera at DxOMark. → Xtreme Tether is another wireless remote transmitter for Nikon DSLR cameras (see previous coverage on the blog). → New Nikon Behind the Scenes video – Dramatic Portrait Lighting:

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DIY: How to upload your RAW/JPG files to the Internet without a computer (guest post)

Share your RAW files without a computer (1)

Today’s guest post by GfK from Patras, Greece will show you how to share RAW/JPG files with an Android phone: Except the Nikon D4 that has Ethernet connection and Nikon D3200 that is compatible with a WiFi transmitter, I am not aware of a DSLR that can share images directly on the Net. Here’s a description […]

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Revisiting the alternative Wi-Fi solution for Nikon D4


The $30 Wi-Fi solution for Nikon D4 described in this post had one limitation – the Wi-Fi bridge did not act as an access point and needed an established Wi-Fi network in order to operate. This setup can be further improved if you use an USB solar battery charger (around $15 on eBay) and the […]

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Another alternative $44 Wi-Fi solution for Nikon D4


This guest post describes another (see also this post) Wi-Fi solution for Nikon D4 by Nick O’Donnell: Like most of you I love spending a boat load of money on things I won’t be using very much. Yeah, right. The Nikon D4 is one heck of a camera with seemingly every capability the could stuff into […]

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DIY $30 WiFi solution for Nikon D4 and other smart phone additions for your camera


The NR reader Voudas sent me this inexpensive alternative for controlling your NikonD4 camera through WiFi: “The idea was to connect the small VAP11G portable WiFi bridge device (available on eBay and Amazon) to the D4’s Ethernet port in order to use it through WiFi. I setup the Ethernet connection of the D4 and then used the VAP11G […]

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DIY wireless tethering for Nikon D300s

This DIY wireless tethering for Nikon D300s was created by Jamie Carl. “As you can see, I have it mounted inside my MB-D10 vertical grip. To do this I used my spare MS-D10 battery holder which holds 8xAA batteries. I then cut off the battery mounts from one side so that I could fit the Trulink device […]

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