Nikon released a new update for SnapBridge version 2.0.1 with some major improvements including improved remote control functionality.
Snapbridge is an always-on image transfer service that enables a constant connection between Nikon cameras and smart devices. See below for the Nikon SnapBridge 2.0.1 changes.
By maintaining a constant, automatic connection between your camera and your smart device, SnapBridge gives you easy control over your photographic life. Now you can sync images to your smartphone or tablet while you shoot, and share Nikon quality images in an instant. You can also control key camera functions via your phone, keep your camera on time and up-to-date, and more. You don’t need to worry about battery life. Unless SnapBridge is actively syncing images, it utilises Bluetooth® low energy (BLE) for negligible drain.
Nikon SnapBridge 2.0.1 Released with major improvements
Here is the full list of changes:
- We have made the pairing process easier to understand.
- Camera settings can now be adjusted remotely, allowing a wider variety of photos to be taken by remote control.
- The app can now pair the device with up to five cameras.
- Images on the camera now display faster when viewed on the smart device before download.
- We added a power-saving mode that reduces the amount of data exchanged between the camera and the smart device, letting you use the app without worrying about the battery level.
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