Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Using a camera with built-in wireless or an adapter, part of Tethered Shooting Fundamentals (2014).
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…Many cameras come with built-in WiFi capabilities these days, making it very…easy to control, or at least transfer images, without a lot of work.…In the case here, I'm using a Nikon D600, and it included…an external WiFi adapter that I just plug into the USB port.…Some cameras have this functionality built right in, and I think you're going to…continue to see that more and more do so, because it's truly useful.…What's nice though is not…so much the controlling ability, although I will show you that in a second.…It's the ability to wirelessly browse the device and pull images down.…
Let's make sure we're connected.…I've got the wireless adapter chosen. It shows up.…I can now launch the Nicon app.…Let's go ahead and view some photos. I could see all of the ones on there.…Now in this case, I can switch.…I started with this card in a D7000 but I can switch folders and choose the D600.…There's all the images on that particular card, both the RAW and the JPEG.…Now, I could choose one that I'm interested in and get a good…
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- The benefits and drawbacks of tethered shooting
- Creating a stable platform
- Tethering the camera
- Building a tethered station
- Tethering with Lightroom, Aperture, and more
- Choosing a wireless memory card
- Connecting a CamRanger
- Shooting with a GoPro