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Welcome to SnapBridge — Nikon's new family of services to enrich your image experience. Using Bluetooth® low energy technology, SnapBridge eliminates the barrier between your camera and compatible smart device. The stories you capture with your Nikon camera and lenses are automatically transferred to the device. High-quality photos taken with Nikon camera can be shared via e-mail or social media just as you would photos taken with your smart device. Supported Digital Cameras as of November D, D, D, D, D, COOLPIX A, A, B, B, W, W, KeyMission The foregoing may include. Take a photo and share it instantly, with Nikon SnapBridge it's automatically available to your device. See our full list of SnapBridge connected cameras.
SnapBridge. Other products. Manuals. Manuals; Firmware; Software. Download product manuals. Title Language Size. SnapBridge Connection Guide (for D‑SLR Cameras) English MB Download. SnapBridge Connection Guide (for COOLPIX) English KB Download. SnapBridge Connection Guide (for. Important: If you are unable to connect via Bluetooth or connect or download images via Wi-Fi after pairing is complete, try: turning paired cameras off and then on again,; switching tabs in SnapBridge,; quitting and restarting SnapBridge, and/or; ending and restarting pairing. Important: Be sure to use the latest versions of the. 3 May Snapbridge is Nikon's always-on image transfer service that enables a constant connection between Nikon cameras and smart devices. Photos transfer to your.
Find out how you can easy it is to share amazing images and bring your social networking sites to life in seconds with Nikon Snapbridge. Always connected!. 1 Dec SnapBridge is Nikon's official app that enables users to “easily and seamlessly” share images and control certain Nikon cameras from a smartphone or tablet. Nikon just released version of the app, which brings a number of new features, including full manual control and a revamped user interface. 30 Nov Snapbridge Version has been redesigned with a 'more intuitive' and 'easier to use' interface, as well as a few nifty new feature like support for multiple cameras and the full manual control of select Nikon DSLRs.