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

iPhone-flash-dock-for-DSLR

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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Nikon signed a multi-year license agreement for access to WiLAN

Nikon is probably planing to push built-in Wi-Fi to new camera models – they just signed a multi-year license agreement with WiLAN which will provide Nikon with access to WiLAN technology for use in Wi-Fi-enabled products. Several Nikon Coolpix models already have built-in Wi-Fi (for example the Coolpix  S50c). It is interesting to see if Nikon will […]

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Cheap Wi-Fi tethering solution for your Nikon

Not long ago we were discussing Nikon’s Media Port UP300x headset tethering and few related patents that followed. For real wireless tethering you can go with Nikon’s remote WT-4a (for over 700 US bucks) or you can DIY one for around $50. You will need this (or any similar) Cables Unlimited USB-WIRELESS Dongle Set. Go to Pete’s Tech Ramblings for all the details. […]

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