Nikon 1 J5

Camera Functions

NFC(Near Field Communication)

NFC (Near Field Communication) is an international standard for shortrange wireless communications technology.

If the smart device supports NFC (Near Field Communication), a Wi-Fi connection can be established simply by touching the camera N-Mark logo to the smart device NFC antenna.

Photos displayed full frame or highlighted in the thumbnail list or calendar playback can be uploaded via NFC.

Procedure

Connecting via NFC (Android OS)

If the smart device supports NFC (Near Field Communication), a Wi-Fi connection can be established simply by touching the camera N-Mark logo to the smart device NFC antenna. Before connecting, enable NFC and Wi-Fi on the smart device as described in the documentation provided with the smart device.

To connect via NFC, touch the camera N-Mark logo to the smart device NFC antenna (for the location of the NFC antenna, see the documentation provided with the smart device). Maintain contact until the camera displays a message stating that an NFC device has been detected.
Uploading Photos via NFC

Photos displayed full frame or highlighted in the thumbnail list or calendar playback can be uploaded via NFC.

01. Display or highlight the desired photo.
Display the photo full frame or highlight it in the thumbnail list or calendar playback.
02. Connect.

Touch the camera N-Mark logo to the smart device NFC antenna until the camera displays a message stating that an NFC device has been detected.

03. Download the photos to the smart device.
The Wireless Mobile Utility will launch automatically on the smart device.

NFC(Near Field Communication): Related Functions

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