Tag Archives: Wi-Fi

Nikon D800/D800E cameras are currently not compatible with Eye-Fi cards

Eye-Fi posted an advisory that their wireless memory cards are currently not compatible with the Nikon D800/E DSLR cameras:

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Nikon D600 will be Wi-Fi compatible with a new WU-1b wireless mobile adapter

The Nikon D600 will be compatible with a new WU-1b wireless mobile adapter according to this page on nikonusa.com: “The Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility Application must be installed on the smart device before it can be used with the WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter connected to the Nikon D600. The application can be downloaded free of charge from […]

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

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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Nikon D3200 and WU-1a wireless mobile adapter demo (video)

This video demonstrates how the Nikon D3200 works with the WU-1a wireless mobile adapter ($59). I am surprised that I could not find any demo videos in English, but you will get the idea. For now the WU-1a adapter will work only with the D3200 and only on Android devices, the iPhone app is coming later this year. […]

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For tomorrow: Nikon D3200, WU-1a and maybe a new lens (or lenses)

The announcement of the Nikon D3200, the WU-1a Wi-Fi module and maybe a new lens (or lenses) should take place on April 19th. For all US readers, the official press release should be published online tomorrow (Wednesday) around midnight.

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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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