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Mark Peters : February 7th 2016 - 09:10 CET

Nikon SnapBridge App


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NikonTransfer and Share Images via Bluetooth low energy : Nikon's New SnapBridge connectivity makes it easier than ever to seamlessly transfer and share images. Nikon recently announced the launch of SnapBridge via Bluetooth low energy - a breakthrough innovation offering always-on wireless connectivity with mobile smart devices for transferring images. Building on Nikon’s heritage of pushing the envelope for innovation in imaging technology, this move raises the bar yet again because the Bluetooth-powered connectivity of SnapBridge is seamless, energy efficient and provides photographers with a wealth of convenient, connected services. This technology signals Nikon’s focus on building up innovations in the software area, establishing the camera as part of the ecosystem of personal devices.
Bluetooth Low Energy

Bluetooth Low Energy
Nikon SnapBridge will be a standard feature in almost every digital camera from 2016 onwards, beginning with the Nikon D500. SnapBridge via Bluetooth Low Energy enables the continuous and immediate transfer of images from the camera to a compatible mobile device as they are captured in real time, transforming photography into a social, connected experience. This is achieved automatically without the need to activate image transfer from the camera, while also keeping power consumption low for both devices. Users can also continue to enjoy mobile internet connectivity during image transfer, allowing them to check their e-mail or access social media while syncing their photographs. The pairing of Nikon cameras and compatible mobile devices begins with the SnapBridge application, available for Apple iOS and Android on Apple App Store and Google Play.

Nikon SnapBridge app

Nikon SnapBridge App
Simple, Intuitive Setup to Pair with Mobile Devices - SnapBridge-integrated Nikon models can be constantly connected to a compatible smart device once the mobile application is installed. For convenience, the connection only needs to be configured once, unlike previous Wi-Fi transfer applications, which require new set-up each time the user’s device is connected. SSID and password set-up that is usually required when connecting for the first time is no longer necessary. Up to five smart devices can be paired with the camera. Seamless Transfer of Pictures, Even While Shooting - Photographers can toggle between the option to transfer images automatically during or after shooting in their camera menu. The camera intuitively switches from Bluetooth low energy to Bluetooth to transfer the data even when the camera is turned off. Images are transferred to smart devices as 2-megapixel (Full HD) images in JPEG format.

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Nikon SnapBridge features
Information can be embedded into the image conveniently using the SnapBridge application. Users can select up to two types of information, from copyright and image information, to additional texts and logos, to be placed in the image for personal image protection and identification. The SnapBridge application’s remote shooting function allows users to confirm through-the-lens images on a smart device screen in real time before releasing the shutter via the application. Additionally on Nikon Coolpix cameras, zoom control and the camera’s self-timer can also be controlled via compatible smartphone, offering many possibilities and greater freedom during shooting. The SnapBridge application takes the location and time information of the user’s smart device and automatically synchronizes the camera’s to it, removing the need to manually change dates and location information of the camera when traveling abroad.

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