Nikon launched version 2.6 of its wireless image transfer app Snapbrige yesterday, and the latest update comes with two long-awaited features: RAW image transfer and wireless camera control for Snapbridge compatible DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.
Users of Nikon’s older DSLRs like the D750 could already do some of this with the old Wireless Mobile Utility app, but for all its design and usability advantages, the Snapbridge app was still limited… until now.
With the release of version 2.6, Nikon is adding RAW (both NEF and NRW) image transfer for WiFi enabled cameras; DSLR and Mirrorless camera control for focus, aperture, shutter speed, white balance and more; faster automatic image transfer for 2MP JPEGs; an optimized initial pairing process; a new power-saving mode that helps keep your smartphone battery going; and user-selectable location information for improved accuracy.
All of this comes in a redesigned package that is supposed to be both easier to use and faster:
To learn more, head over to the Nikon website or pick up SnapBridge 2.6 for free on either the Google Play and iOS App Store.