SnapBridge

Camera Functions

Taking Photos Remotely

To take photos remotely from a smart device via a wireless connection, turn the camera on and tap Remote photography in the tab.

Remote Photography

Remote photography is available with Wi-Fi-equipped cameras only and cannot be used to record movies. NEF/NRW (RAW) and TIFF formats are supported but the resulting photographs will not be downloaded to the smart device. Note that a Wi-Fi connection cannot be established while the camera is off; be sure to turn the camera on before proceeding.

Procedure

Android

01. Tap "Remote photography" in theĀ  tab.
02. Remote photography requires Wi-Fi. If you are prompted to switch to Wi-Fi, tap "OK" to connect. Shooting controls will be displayed once a Wi-Fi connection has been established.
03. To choose the exposure mode (P, S, A, or M) and adjust shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, ISO sensitivity, and white balance, tap the desired control and choose a setting.
04. Focus.

SnapBridge-compatible action and compact digital cameras: Tap the area outlined in red below to zoom in and check focus.

SnapBridge-compatible D-SLR cameras: Tap anywhere in the frame to focus on the selected location.
05. Tap the shutter-release button to take the photo and download it to the smart device.
iOS

01. Tap Remote photography in theĀ  tab.
02. Remote photography requires Wi-Fi. If you are prompted to switch to Wi-Fi, tap "OK" to connect.

Note: Dialogs displayed by the camera and smart device may differ from those shown here, and operations may differ depending on the camera firmware, version of SnapBridge, and iOS version.

Shooting controls will be displayed once a Wi-Fi connection has been established.
03. To choose the exposure mode (P, S, A, or M) and adjust shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, ISO sensitivity, and white balance, tap the desired control and choose a setting.
04. Focus.

SnapBridge-compatible action and compact digital cameras: Tap the area outlined in red below to zoom in and check focus.

SnapBridge-compatible D-SLR cameras: Tap anywhere in the frame to focus on the selected location.
05. Tap the shutter-release button to take the photo and download it to the smart device.

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