Source: Nikon News
Oh, snap! Nikon has released version 2.0 of their SnapBridge mobile application with major improvements and changes. The application is designed to tether your mobile device to a Bluetooth-enabled Nikon camera—but the original version was plagued with many issues. Version 2.0 promises to fix many of those issues and improve user experience.
“SnapBridge Version 2.0 reflects feedback from users of earlier versions of the app, and represents a complete overhaul of screen design and menu structure,” reads a Nikon press release. In addition, the new application makes it much easier to pair your camera with step-by-step instructions. Once paired, you can download and display images right away.
For land use only, SnapBridge 2.0 offers increased versatility with remote photography when connected to WiFi. Now, users can adjust the following settings: exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, ISO, and white balance.
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