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Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility Käyttöohje(Android)
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Wireless Mobile Utility (Android)
User’s Manual
Install the Wireless Mobile Utility on your smart device (smartphone or tablet) to download pictures from a camera or take
pictures remotely.
The Wireless Mobile Utility supports the following cameras. See
the section for your camera for more information on using the
Wireless Mobile Utility.
A
D750, D610, D600, D7200, D7100, D5500,
D5300, D5200, D3300, Df
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B
D3200, COOLPIX A
0 32–60
C
Nikon 1 Cameras
0 61–88
D
Other COOLPIX Cameras *
089–121
2–31
* Available only with models that feature built-in Wi-Fi or support the optional wireless mobile adapter. For information on
supported COOLPIX cameras with built-in Wi-Fi, visit:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nikon.
wu.wmau&hl=en
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D750, D610, D600, D7200, D7100, D5500,
D5300, D5200, D3300, Df
This section describes the options available when the Wireless
Mobile Utility is used to connect to D750, D610, D600, D7200,
D7100, D5500, D5300, D5200, D3300, and Df cameras.
Features
Use the Wireless Mobile Utility to:
Take pictures remotely (0 11): Tap the shutter icon in the Wireless Mobile Utility to
take pictures and download them to
the smart device.
Download pictures as they are taken (0 14):
Take pictures with the camera and save
them to the smart device.
View pictures (0 16): View the pictures stored on the smart device or
the camera memory card.
Download pictures (0 20): Download existing pictures from the camera memory card.
Share pictures (0 23): Share pictures via e-mail or upload pictures to
photo-sharing sites.
For information on establishing a connection, see page 4.
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Notices
• No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without Nikon’s prior written permission.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described in this manual at any time and
without prior notice. Nikon will not be held liable for damages
that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain.
D Using This Application for the First Time
You must accept the terms and conditions of the End User License
Agreement (EULA) before connecting. Be sure also to grant access
to location data and storage if prompted.
D Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established by
selecting the camera SSID (0 6). Be sure to enable Wi-Fi security
on the smart device after connecting for the first time.
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Installing the App
1
Locate the app on Google Play.
Connect to Google Play on the smart device and search for
“Wireless Mobile Utility”.
2
Install the app.
Install the Wireless Mobile Utility.
Establishing a Wireless Connection
The procedure varies with the type of camera.
Cameras with Built-in Wireless LAN
See the camera manual.
NFC Devices
If both the camera and smart device support NFC, a connection
can be established simply by touching the smart device to the
camera.
1
Enable NFC on the smart device.
See the documentation provided with the device for details.
2
Touch the NFC antenna on the smart device to the g (N-Mark)
on the camera.
The Wireless Mobile Utility will launch and establish a
connection to the camera; connection status is shown
in the camera monitor. See pages 11 and 16 for information on taking and viewing pictures once a connection
is established.
A NFC Antennas
See the documentation for the camera and smart device for information on the locations of the NFC antennas.
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Cameras Without Built-in Wireless LAN or NFC
1
Connect the wireless mobile adapter.
Attach the wireless mobile adapter to the camera and turn
the camera on. See the manual supplied with the wireless
mobile adapter for details.
2
Ready the smart device.
Select Wi-Fi settings > WPS button connection. The smart
device will wait for a signal from the camera.
3
Press the WPS button.
Press the WPS button on the wireless mobile adapter for
about 5 s until the LED on the wireless mobile adapter flashes red and green.
4
Launch the Wireless Mobile Utility.
When a connection is established, the LED on the wireless
mobile adapter will glow green and the main dialog for the
Wireless Mobile Utility will be displayed on the smart device. For information on taking pictures, see page 11. For information on viewing pictures, see page 16.
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A NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) is an international standard for
short-range wireless communications technology.
A WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard designed to make it easy
to establish a secure wireless network. For information on the steps
involved and the length of time the smart device will wait for a connection, see the documentation supplied with the smart device.
A Manual Wi-Fi Connections
1 Display Wi-Fi settings for the smart device.
2 Select the appropriate SSID (the default SSID begins with
“Nikon”). If you are using a wireless mobile adapter, the LED will
light green when a connection is established.
3 Enable Wi-Fi security (0 7).
A Connection Status
Connection status is shown by an icon in the
home display:
: Connection established.
•
•
: No connection. Tap the icon to open the
smart device Wi-Fi settings menu and check
Wi-Fi settings.
D The Wireless Mobile Adapter
While the adapter is inserted, the camera exposure meters will not
turn off; monitor the camera battery level to ensure that the camera does not power off unexpectedly. In addition, some camera
menu items may be grayed out and unavailable and the camera
can not be used for playback or live view. Movie recording can
not be used.
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Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not
automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established
by selecting the camera SSID (0 6). Security can be enabled by
opening the Wireless Mobile Utility settings menu (0 29) and following the steps below.
1
Tap Wireless Mobile Adapter settings.
2
Tap Authentication/encryption.
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Select WPA2-PSK-AES.
Select WPA2-PSK-AES and tap OK.
4
Tap Password.
5
Enter a password.
Enter a password and tap SAVE (0 30). Passwords may be
from 8 to 63 characters long.
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6
Enable wireless security.
Tap
. A confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap OK.
A Viewing Wireless Security Settings
To view the current password and authentication/encryption settings, tap Current settings in the Wireless Mobile Adapter settings
menu.
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D Security
Although one of the benefits of a wireless-enabled device is that
it allows others to freely connect for the wireless exchange of data
anywhere within its range, the following may occur if security is
not enabled:
• Data theft: Malicious third-parties may intercept wireless transmissions to steal user IDs, passwords, and other personal information.
• Unauthorized access: Unauthorized users may gain access to
the network and alter data or perform other malicious actions.
Note that due to the design of wireless networks, specialized attacks may allow unauthorized access even when security is enabled.
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Taking Photos
Take pictures remotely from the smart device, or take pictures
with the camera and save them to the smart device.
Remote Photography
Follow the steps below to take photos from the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
The camera viewfinder will go dark and the smart device
will display the view through the camera lens. If prompted
to grant storage access, do so from the device settings app.
2
Focus.
In normal- and wide-area AF AF-area modes, tap the subject
in the display to focus (if subject-tracking AF is selected, the
camera will focus using wide-area AF).
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3
Tap the shutter icon.
The shutter will be released after you
remove your finger from the icon; the
resulting photo is first saved to the camera memory card and then downloaded
to the smart device. There is no need to
point the smart device at the camera.
D Remote Photography
Remote photography ends automatically when the battery in the
camera or smart device runs low. Note that using remote photography for an extended period may cause the camera’s internal
temperature to rise; if necessary, remote photography will end automatically to minimize damage to camera circuits.
The smart device can not be used to adjust camera settings; use
camera controls to adjust settings before starting Step 1. Regardless of the release mode selected with the camera, only one picture
will be taken each time you tap the shutter icon. Note that the
display may not update smoothly depending on the device and
network conditions, and that panoramas can not be recorded using the easy panorama feature for the D3300.
A shutter speed of “Time” is available in mode M. Choose a shutter speed of A on the camera and select remote photography
mode on the smart device, then tap the shutter icon to open the
shutter. Shooting ends when the icon is tapped again. Note that
the smart device will not display the view through the camera lens
at a shutter speed of “Bulb”, and that the smart device can not be
used in shooting mode when “Time” is selected.
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A The Remote Photography Display
Mode selection: Tap
to select photo
capture mode (page 14).
Self-timer icon: Displayed when the selftimer is on.
Camera settings: Shutter speed, aperture,
etc. Not displayed when device is in
landscape orientation.
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
Settings: The following photographyrelated options can be accessed by
pressing and holding the “back” button
on the smart device:
• Live view: Turn the live view display
on or off.
• Remote shooting auto download:
Choose whether to download pictures
to the smart device after shooting (remote shooting mode only).
• Self-timer: If ON is selected, the camera shutter will be released 2 s after
you tap the shutter icon. The timer
turns off automatically after the shutter is released.
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Downloading Photos as They Are Taken
Take photos with the camera and save them to the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
2
Tap .
The dialog shown below at right will be displayed (page 15).
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3
Take photos.
Frame photos in the camera viewfinder and shoot. Photos
are downloaded to the smart device after being saved to
the camera memory card.
A The Photo Capture Display
The photo capture display is shown below.
Mode selection: Tap
to select remote
shooting mode (page 11).
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
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Viewing Photos
Tap View photos to view the pictures stored on the smart device. You can also view the pictures on the camera memory card
and download selected images to the smart device.
Viewing Pictures
View the pictures in camera memory or on the smart device.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pictures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any images are currently selected. Tap
CANCEL to view pictures.
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2
Choose a device.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera
memory card, Pictures on smart device to view the pictures
stored on the smart device. The pictures will be displayed
as small “thumbnail” images (in some cases, a folder list may
be displayed; tap a folder to view the pictures it contains).
3
View pictures.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to view additional pictures.
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A The Full-Frame Display
The full-frame display is shown below.
Tap picture to hide or
view icons
Return to shooting
mode (available only
if display was accessed
by tapping thumbnail
in shooting display)
Zoom in or out
D Movies
Movies can not be viewed using the Wireless Mobile Utility, but
movies can be played back by tapping the movie or playback icon
in the thumbnail list to display a list of movie apps and choosing
an app from the list.
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A Folders
Downloaded pictures are stored in folders with names consisting
of “C” (for new photos downloaded during shooting) or “D” (for existing pictures downloaded during playback) followed by the date,
an underscore, and a 3-digit folder number. A new folder is created
each time you launch the Wireless Mobile Utility and either capture new photos or download existing pictures. To view pictures in
other folders, tap the folder icon at the top of the display and tap a
folder to display its contents.
On the smart device, the path to folders created for new photos
downloaded during shooting is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Capture”, while
the path to those created for existing pictures downloaded during
playback is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Card”.
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Downloading Existing Pictures
Download pictures from the camera memory card.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pictures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any images are currently selected. Tap
OK to begin download.
2
A
Tap Pictures on camera.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera.
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3
Select pictures for download.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to display the desired picture and
tap the check mark to select or deselect.
Press the “back” button on the smart device to return to the thumbnail list.
Alternatively, you can select multiple
pictures by touching and holding a
thumbnail until check boxes are displayed at the top right corner of each
picture and then tapping thumbnails
to select or deselect. You can also tap
Select all in the smart device menu to
select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
A Folders
To select all images in a folder, tap the folder icon at the top of the
display and then touch and hold the folder in the folder list.
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Tap Download.
If only one picture is selected, you will be
prompted to choose the size at which
the picture will be copied to the smart
device.
If multiple pictures are selected, a confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap
DOWNLOAD to download the pictures
at the size selected for Image size in the
Settings menu (page 30).
A Image Size
Regardless of the size selected, pictures may sometimes be downloaded at their original size.
A Location Data
The options shown at right will be displayed if
Settings > Embed location data > Pictures
on camera is enabled (page 29).
D Dropped Connections
If the wireless connection is lost while a picture is being downloaded, the picture will not be saved to the smart device (connection
loss may occur if, for example, the camera turns off during download). Any pictures downloaded before the connection was interrupted are unaffected.
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Sharing Pictures
Connect to the Internet before sharing pictures via third-party
apps or social networking sites or other services. If you are currently connected to the camera via Wi-Fi, end the connection
and connect to a network with Internet access.
zzSharing Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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zzSharing Multiple Picture
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to share until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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A Sharing Folders
To share all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be shared by
tapping Share as described in Step 3.
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Deleting Pictures
Downloaded pictures can be deleted from the smart device one
at a time or in groups. The Wireless Mobile Utility can not be
used to delete pictures from the camera memory card.
zzDeleting Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Delete.
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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zzDeleting Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to delete until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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A Deleting Folders
To delete all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be deleted by
tapping Delete as described in Step 3.
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Wireless Mobile Utility Options
To access the options listed below, either:
• press and hold the “back” button on the
smart device and select Settings from the
menu that appears, or
• tap the c icon at the top right corner of
the display.
Settings
Option
Description
Choose whether to synchronize the camera clock with
Synchronize clock
the smart device.
Battery options
Remote photography will end automatically when the
camera or smart device battery reaches the selected level.
Thumbnails
Choose the size of the thumbnails in the playback display.
Choose whether to embed smart device location data in
pictures not already containing location data provided
by the camera. If prompted to grant access to location
data, do so from the device settings app.
Embed location
data
Note that devices not equipped with GPS or comparable location data functions may fail to supply the correct location.
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Option
Description
Image size
When downloading multiple images, select Recommended size or VGA to copy images at sizes approximately equivalent to 1920 × 1080 or 640 × 480, respectively.
App auto launch
If ON is selected, the Wireless Mobile Utility will launch
automatically when the smart device detects a signal
from the camera.
Adjust network settings for the wireless mobile adapter.
Wireless Mobile Note that the Auto power-off delay and Advanced settings
Adapter settings > WPS PIN/WPS mode options are not available with cameras featuring built-in Wi-Fi.
SSID
Choose an SSID for the wireless mobile adapter. The
smart device displays the SSID when you connect to
the network manually.
Authentication/ Choose the authentication method used for connection
encryption
to the network.
Password
Enter a password. The password type is selected using
Advanced settings > Password entry: choose ASCII for an
8- to 63-character alphanumeric password, HEX for a 64digit hexadecimal password.
Channel
Choose the wireless channel used by the network.
Auto power-off Choose the delay before the wireless mobile adapter
delay
enters sleep when there is no wireless connection.
Advanced
settings
A
WPS PIN: Set the wireless mobile adapter WPS PIN.
WPS mode: Select the adapter WPS mode.
Password entry: Choose the password type.
Sub-net mask: Enter a subnet mask.
DHCP server IP address: Enter the wireless mobile adapter IP address.
• DHCP client IP address: Enter the smart device IP address.
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Option
Description
Current settings View current wireless mobile adapter settings.
Format settings Tap YES to restore default settings.
Language
Choose the language in which the user interface for the
Wireless Mobile Utility is displayed.
Info
Option
Description
Camera
The name of the camera currently connected.
Wireless Mobile
Adapter
View information about the wireless connection. The
serial number and firmware version are displayed
only if the camera is connected via the wireless mobile adapter.
Link speed
View the transmission rate.
Serial number
View the product serial number.
Firmware version
App
View the current firmware version.
Select About to view Wireless Mobile Utility version information, Check for updates to connect to
the Google Play service and check for updates, or
License Terms and Conditions to view the terms of use
for this application.
Exit
Exit the Wireless Mobile Utility.
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B
D3200, COOLPIX A
This section describes the options available when the Wireless
Mobile Utility and an optional wireless mobile adapter are used
to connect to D3200 and COOLPIX A cameras.
Features
Use the Wireless Mobile Utility to:
Take pictures remotely (0 40): Tap the shutter icon in the Wireless Mobile Utility to
take pictures and download them to
the smart device.
Download pictures as they are taken (0 43):
Take pictures with the camera and save
them to the smart device.
View pictures (0 45): View the pictures stored on the smart device or
the camera memory card.
Download pictures (0 49): Download existing pictures from the camera memory card.
Share pictures (0 52): Share pictures via e-mail or upload pictures to
photo-sharing sites.
For information on inserting the adapter, see page 34.
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Notices
• No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without Nikon’s prior written permission.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described in this manual at any time and
without prior notice. Nikon will not be held liable for damages
that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain.
D Using This Application for the First Time
You must accept the terms and conditions of the End User License
Agreement (EULA) before connecting. Be sure also to grant access
to location data and storage if prompted.
D Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established by
selecting the camera SSID (0 35). Be sure to enable Wi-Fi security
on the smart device after connecting for the first time.
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Installing the App
1
Locate the app on Google Play.
Connect to Google Play on the smart device and search for
“Wireless Mobile Utility”.
2
Install the app.
Install the Wireless Mobile Utility.
Establishing a Wireless Connection
1
Connect the wireless mobile adapter.
Attach the wireless mobile adapter to the camera and turn
the camera on. See the manual supplied with the wireless
mobile adapter for details.
2
Ready the smart device.
Select Wi-Fi settings > WPS button connection. The smart
device will wait for a signal from the camera.
3
Press the WPS button.
Press the WPS button on the wireless mobile adapter for
about 5 s until the LED on the wireless mobile adapter flashes red and green.
4
Launch the Wireless Mobile Utility.
When a connection is established, the LED on the wireless
mobile adapter will glow green and the main dialog for the
Wireless Mobile Utility will be displayed on the smart device. For information on taking pictures, see page 40. For information on viewing pictures, see page 45.
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A WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard designed to make it easy
to establish a secure wireless network. For information on the steps
involved and the length of time the smart device will wait for a connection, see the documentation supplied with the smart device.
A Manual Wi-Fi Connections
1 Display Wi-Fi settings for the smart device.
2 Select the appropriate SSID (the default SSID begins with
“Nikon”). The LED will light green when a connection is established.
3 Enable Wi-Fi security (0 36).
A Connection Status
Connection status is shown by an icon in the
home display:
•
: Connection established.
•
: No connection. Tap the icon to open the
smart device Wi-Fi settings menu and check
Wi-Fi settings.
D The Wireless Mobile Adapter
While the adapter is inserted, the camera exposure meters will not
turn off; monitor the camera battery level to ensure that the camera does not power off unexpectedly. In addition, some camera
menu items may be grayed out and unavailable and the camera
can not be used for playback or live view. Movie recording can
not be used.
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Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not
automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established
by selecting the camera SSID (0 35). Security can be enabled by
opening the Wireless Mobile Utility settings menu (0 58) and following the steps below.
1
Tap Wireless Mobile Adapter settings.
2
Tap Authentication/encryption.
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Select WPA2-PSK-AES.
Select WPA2-PSK-AES and tap OK.
4
Tap Password.
5
Enter a password.
Enter a password and tap SAVE (0 59). Passwords may be
from 8 to 63 characters long.
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6
Enable wireless security.
Tap
. A confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap OK.
A Viewing Wireless Security Settings
To view the current password and authentication/encryption settings, tap Current settings in the Wireless Mobile Adapter settings
menu.
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D Security
Although one of the benefits of a wireless-enabled device is that
it allows others to freely connect for the wireless exchange of data
anywhere within its range, the following may occur if security is
not enabled:
• Data theft: Malicious third-parties may intercept wireless transmissions to steal user IDs, passwords, and other personal information.
• Unauthorized access: Unauthorized users may gain access to
the network and alter data or perform other malicious actions.
Note that due to the design of wireless networks, specialized attacks may allow unauthorized access even when security is enabled.
B
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Taking Photos
Take pictures remotely from the smart device, or take pictures
with the camera and save them to the smart device.
Remote Photography
Follow the steps below to take photos from the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
The camera viewfinder will go dark and the smart device
will display the view through the camera lens. If prompted
to grant storage access, do so from the device settings app.
2
Tap the shutter icon.
Tap the shutter icon. If the camera is able
to focus, the shutter will be released
after you remove your finger from the
icon; the resulting photo is first saved
to the camera memory card and then
downloaded to the smart device. There
is no need to point the smart device at
the wireless mobile adapter.
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D Remote Photography
Remote photography ends automatically when the battery in the
camera or smart device runs low. Note that using remote photography for an extended period may cause the camera’s internal
temperature to rise; if necessary, remote photography will end automatically to minimize damage to camera circuits.
The smart device can not be used to adjust camera settings; use
camera controls to adjust settings before starting Step 1. Regardless of the release mode selected with the camera, only one picture
will be taken each time you tap the shutter icon. Note that the
display may not update smoothly depending on the device and
network conditions.
In normal- and wide-area AF AF-area modes, the camera will focus
on the subject in the focus area selected with the camera; if subjecttracking AF is selected, the camera will focus using wide-area AF.
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A The Remote Photography Display
Mode selection (D3200 only): Tap
to select photo capture mode (page 43).
Self-timer icon: Displayed when the selftimer is on.
Camera settings: Shutter speed, aperture,
etc. Not displayed when device is in
landscape orientation.
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
Settings: The following photographyrelated options can be accessed by
pressing and holding the “back” button
on the smart device:
• Remote shooting auto download:
Choose whether to download pictures
to the smart device after shooting (remote shooting mode only).
• Self-timer: If ON is selected, the camera shutter will be released 2 s after
you tap the shutter icon. The timer
turns off automatically after the shutter is released.
B
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Downloading Photos as They Are Taken (D3200 only)
Take photos with the camera and save them to the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
2
Tap .
The dialog shown below at right will be displayed (page 44).
B
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3
Take photos.
Frame photos in the camera viewfinder and shoot. Photos
are downloaded to the smart device after being saved to
the camera memory card.
A The Photo Capture Display
The photo capture display is shown below.
Mode selection: Tap
to select remote
shooting mode (page 40).
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
B
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Viewing Photos
Tap View photos to view the pictures stored on the smart device. You can also view the pictures on the camera memory card
and download selected images to the smart device.
Viewing Pictures
View the pictures in camera memory or on the smart device.
1
B
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
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2
Choose a device.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera
memory card, Pictures on smart device to view the pictures
stored on the smart device. The pictures will be displayed
as small “thumbnail” images (in some cases, a folder list may
be displayed; tap a folder to view the pictures it contains).
3
View pictures.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to view additional pictures.
B
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A The Full-Frame Display
The full-frame display is shown below.
Tap picture to hide or
view icons
Return to shooting
mode (available only
if display was accessed
by tapping thumbnail
in shooting display)
Zoom in or out
D Movies
Movies can not be viewed using the Wireless Mobile Utility, but
movies can be played back by tapping the movie or playback icon
in the thumbnail list to display a list of movie apps and choosing
an app from the list.
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A Folders
Downloaded pictures are stored in folders with names consisting
of “C” (for new photos downloaded during shooting) or “D” (for existing pictures downloaded during playback) followed by the date,
an underscore, and a 3-digit folder number. A new folder is created
each time you launch the Wireless Mobile Utility and either capture new photos or download existing pictures. To view pictures in
other folders, tap the folder icon at the top of the display and tap a
folder to display its contents.
On the smart device, the path to folders created for new photos
downloaded during shooting is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Capture”, while
the path to those created for existing pictures downloaded during
playback is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Card”.
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Downloading Existing Pictures
Download pictures from the camera memory card.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
2
Tap Pictures on camera.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera.
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3
Select pictures for download.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to display the desired picture and
tap the check mark to select or deselect.
Press the “back” button on the smart device to return to the thumbnail list.
Alternatively, you can select multiple
pictures by touching and holding a
thumbnail until check boxes are displayed at the top right corner of each
picture and then tapping thumbnails
to select or deselect. You can also tap
Select all in the smart device menu to
select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
A Folders
To select all images in a folder, tap the folder icon at the top of the
display and then touch and hold the folder in the folder list.
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4
Tap Download.
If only one picture is selected, you will be
prompted to choose the size at which
the picture will be copied to the smart
device.
If multiple pictures are selected, a confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap
DOWNLOAD to download the pictures
at the size selected for Image size in the
Settings menu (page 59).
A Image Size
Regardless of the size selected, pictures may sometimes be downloaded at their original size.
A Location Data
The options shown at right will be displayed if
Settings > Embed location data > Pictures
on camera is enabled (page 58).
D Dropped Connections
If the wireless connection is lost while a picture is being downloaded, the picture will not be saved to the smart device (connection
loss may occur if, for example, the camera turns off during download). Any pictures downloaded before the connection was interrupted are unaffected.
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Sharing Pictures
Connect to the Internet before sharing pictures via third-party
apps or social networking sites or other services. If you are currently connected to the camera via Wi-Fi, end the connection
and connect to a network with Internet access.
zzSharing Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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zzSharing Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to share until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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A Sharing Folders
To share all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be shared by
tapping Share as described in Step 3.
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Deleting Pictures
Downloaded pictures can be deleted from the smart device one
at a time or in groups. The Wireless Mobile Utility can not be
used to delete pictures from the camera memory card.
zzDeleting Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Delete.
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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zzDeleting Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to delete until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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A Deleting Folders
To delete all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be deleted by
tapping Delete as described in Step 3.
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Wireless Mobile Utility Options
To access the options listed below, either:
• press and hold the “back” button on the
smart device and select Settings from the
menu that appears, or
• tap the c icon at the top right corner of
the display.
Settings
Option
Description
Choose whether to synchronize the camera clock with
Synchronize clock
the smart device.
Battery options
Remote photography will end automatically when the
camera or smart device battery reaches the selected level.
Thumbnails
Choose the size of the thumbnails in the playback display.
Choose whether to embed smart device location data in
pictures not already containing location data provided
by the camera. If prompted to grant access to location
data, do so from the device settings app.
Embed location
data
Note that devices not equipped with GPS or comparable location data functions may fail to supply the correct location.
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Option
Description
Image size
When downloading multiple images, select Recommended size or VGA to copy images at sizes approximately equivalent to 1920 × 1080 or 640 × 480, respectively.
App auto launch
If ON is selected, the Wireless Mobile Utility will launch
automatically when the smart device detects a signal
from the wireless mobile adapter.
Wireless Mobile
Adjust network settings for the wireless mobile adapter.
Adapter settings
SSID
Choose an SSID for the wireless mobile adapter. The
smart device displays the SSID when you connect to
the network manually.
Authentication/ Choose the authentication method used for connection
encryption
to the network.
Password
Enter a password. The password type is selected using
Advanced settings > Password entry: choose ASCII for an
8- to 63-character alphanumeric password, HEX for a
64-digit hexadecimal password.
Channel
Choose the wireless channel used by the network.
Auto power-off Choose the delay before the wireless mobile adapter
delay
enters sleep when there is no wireless connection.
Advanced
settings
B
WPS PIN: Set the wireless mobile adapter WPS PIN.
WPS mode: Select the adapter WPS mode.
Password entry: Choose the password type.
Sub-net mask: Enter a subnet mask.
DHCP server IP address: Enter the wireless mobile adapter IP address.
• DHCP client IP address: Enter the smart device IP address.
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•
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Option
Description
Current settings View current wireless mobile adapter settings.
Format settings Tap YES to restore default settings.
Language
Choose the language in which the user interface for the
Wireless Mobile Utility is displayed.
Info
Option
Description
Camera
The name of the camera currently connected.
Wireless Mobile
Adapter
View information about the wireless mobile adapter.
Link speed
View the transmission rate.
Serial number
View the product serial number.
Firmware version
App
View the current firmware version.
Select About to view Wireless Mobile Utility version information, Check for updates to connect to
the Google Play service and check for updates, or
License Terms and Conditions to view the terms of use
for this application.
Exit
Exit the Wireless Mobile Utility.
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Nikon 1 Cameras
This section describes the options available when the Wireless
Mobile Utility is used with Nikon 1 cameras that offer built-in WiFi or support the optional wireless mobile adapter.
Features
Use the Wireless Mobile Utility to:
Take pictures remotely (0 70): Tap the shutter icon in the Wireless Mobile Utility to
take pictures and download them to
the smart device.
View pictures (0 73): View the pictures stored on the smart device or
the camera memory card.
Download pictures (0 77): Download existing pictures from the camera memory card.
Share pictures (0 80): Share pictures via e-mail or upload pictures to
photo-sharing sites.
For information on establishing a connection, see page 63.
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Notices
• No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without Nikon’s prior written permission.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described in this manual at any time and
without prior notice. Nikon will not be held liable for damages
that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain.
D Using This Application for the First Time
You must accept the terms and conditions of the End User License
Agreement (EULA) before connecting. Be sure also to grant access
to location data and storage if prompted.
D Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established by
selecting the camera SSID (0 65). Be sure to enable Wi-Fi security
on the smart device after connecting for the first time. If you are using a Nikon 1 J5, enable security on the camera before connecting.
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Installing the App
1
Locate the app on Google Play.
Connect to Google Play on the smart device and search for
“Wireless Mobile Utility”.
2
Install the app.
Install the Wireless Mobile Utility.
Establishing a Wireless Connection
The procedure varies with the type of camera.
Cameras with Built-in Wireless LAN
See the camera manual.
NFC Devices
If both the camera and smart device support NFC, a connection can
be established simply by touching the smart device to the camera.
1
Enable NFC on the smart device.
See the documentation provided with the device for details.
2
Touch the NFC antenna on the smart device to the g (N-Mark)
on the camera.
The Wireless Mobile Utility will launch and establish a connection to the camera; connection status is shown in the
camera monitor. See pages 70 and 73 for information on taking and viewing pictures once a connection is established.
A NFC Antennas
See the documentation for the camera and smart device for information on the locations of the NFC antennas.
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Cameras Without Built-in Wireless LAN or NFC
1
Connect the wireless mobile adapter.
Attach the wireless mobile adapter to the camera and turn
the camera on. See the manual supplied with the wireless
mobile adapter for details.
2
Ready the smart device.
Select Wi-Fi settings > WPS button connection. The smart
device will wait for a signal from the camera.
3
Press the WPS button.
Press the WPS button on the wireless mobile adapter for
about 5 s until the LED on the wireless mobile adapter flashes red and green.
4
Launch the Wireless Mobile Utility.
When a connection is established, the LED on the wireless
mobile adapter will glow green and the main dialog for the
Wireless Mobile Utility will be displayed on the smart device. For information on taking pictures, see page 70. For information on viewing pictures, see page 73.
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A NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) is an international standard for
short-range wireless communications technology.
A WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard designed to make it easy
to establish a secure wireless network. For information on the steps
involved and the length of time the smart device will wait for a connection, see the documentation supplied with the smart device.
A Manual Wi-Fi Connections
1 Display Wi-Fi settings for the smart device.
2 Select the appropriate SSID (the default SSID begins with
“Nikon”). The LED will light green when a connection is established.
3 Enable Wi-Fi security (0 66).
A Connection Status
Connection status is shown by an icon in the
home display:
: Connection established.
•
•
: No connection. Tap the icon to open the
smart device Wi-Fi settings menu and check
Wi-Fi settings.
D The Wireless Mobile Adapter
While the adapter is inserted, the camera exposure meters will not
turn off; monitor the camera battery level to ensure that the camera does not power off unexpectedly. In addition, some camera
menu items may be grayed out and unavailable and the camera
can not be used for playback or live view. Movie recording can
not be used.
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Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not
automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established
by selecting the camera SSID (0 65). Users of the Nikon 1 V3 or J4
or the wireless mobile adapter can enable security by opening
the Wireless Mobile Utility settings menu (0 86) and following
the steps below. Users of the Nikon 1 J5 should instead enable
security on the camera before connecting.
1
Tap Wireless Mobile Adapter settings.
2
Tap Authentication/encryption.
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Select WPA2-PSK-AES.
Select WPA2-PSK-AES and tap OK.
4
Tap Password.
5
Enter a password.
Enter a password and tap SAVE (0 87). Passwords may be
from 8 to 63 characters long.
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6
Enable wireless security.
Tap
. A confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap OK.
A Viewing Wireless Security Settings
To view the current password and authentication/encryption settings, tap Current settings in the Wireless Mobile Adapter settings
menu.
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D Security
Although one of the benefits of a wireless-enabled device is that
it allows others to freely connect for the wireless exchange of data
anywhere within its range, the following may occur if security is
not enabled:
• Data theft: Malicious third-parties may intercept wireless transmissions to steal user IDs, passwords, and other personal information.
• Unauthorized access: Unauthorized users may gain access to
the network and alter data or perform other malicious actions.
Note that due to the design of wireless networks, specialized attacks may allow unauthorized access even when security is enabled.
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Taking Photos
Follow the steps below to take photos from the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
The camera viewfinder will go dark and the smart device
will display the view through the camera lens. If prompted
to grant storage access, do so from the device settings app.
2
Tap the shutter icon.
The shutter will be released after you
remove your finger from the icon and
the camera focuses (note that no photo
will be taken if the camera is unable to
focus); the resulting photo is first saved
to the camera memory card and then
downloaded to the smart device. There
is no need to point the smart device at
the wireless mobile adapter.
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D Remote Photography
Remote photography ends automatically when the battery in the
camera or smart device runs low. Note that using remote photography for an extended period may cause the camera’s internal
temperature to rise; if necessary, remote photography will end automatically to minimize damage to camera circuits.
The smart device can not be used to adjust camera settings; use
camera controls to adjust settings before starting Step 1. Regardless of the release mode selected with the camera, only one picture
will be taken each time you tap the shutter icon. Note that the
display may not update smoothly depending on the device and
network conditions.
Regardless of the settings selected with the camera, pictures will be
taken in mode P (programmed auto) using single-servo autofocus
(AF-S) and auto-area AF. Face-priority AF is disabled and the focus
point is not displayed.
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A The Remote Photography Display
The remote photography display is shown below.
Brightness (Nikon 1 J5 only): Tapping
displays a slider that lets you adjust image
brightness using the camera’s exposure
compensation control.
Darker
Brighter
Camera settings: Shutter speed, aperture, etc.
Not displayed when device is in landscape
orientation.
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
You can also access the following photography-related options by
pressing and holding the “back” button on the smart device.
• Remote shooting auto download: Choose whether to download
pictures to the smart device after shooting.
• Self-timer: If ON is selected, a
icon will be displayed and the
camera shutter will be released 2 s after you tap the shutter icon.
The timer turns off automatically after the shutter is released
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Viewing Photos
Tap View photos to view the pictures stored on the smart device. You can also view the pictures on the camera memory card
and download selected images to the smart device.
Viewing Pictures
View the pictures in camera memory or on the smart device.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pic­tures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any im­ages are currently selected. Tap
CANCEL to view pictures.
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2
Choose a device.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera
memory card, Pictures on smart device to view the pictures
stored on the smart device. The pictures will be displayed
as small “thumbnail” images (in some cases, a folder list may
be displayed; tap a folder to view the pictures it contains).
3
View pictures.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to view additional pictures.
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A The Full-Frame Display
The full-frame display is shown below.
Tap picture to hide or
view icons
Return to shooting
mode (available only
if display was accessed
by tapping thumbnail
in shooting display)
Zoom in or out
D Movies
Movies can not be viewed using the Wireless Mobile Utility, but
movies can be played back by tapping the movie or playback icon
in the thumbnail list to display a list of movie apps and choosing
an app from the list.
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A Folders
Downloaded pictures are stored in folders with names consisting
of “C” (for new photos downloaded during shooting) or “D” (for existing pictures downloaded during playback) followed by the date,
an underscore, and a 3-digit folder number. A new folder is created
each time you launch the Wireless Mobile Utility and either capture new photos or download existing pictures. To view pictures in
other folders, tap the folder icon at the top of the display and tap a
folder to display its contents.
On the smart device, the path to folders created for new photos
downloaded during shooting is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Capture”, while
the path to those created for existing pictures downloaded during
playback is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Card”.
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Downloading Existing Pictures
Download pictures from the camera memory card.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pic­tures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any im­ages are currently selected. Tap
OK to begin download.
2
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Tap Pictures on camera.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera.
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3
Select pictures for download.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to display the desired picture and
tap the check mark to select or deselect.
Press the “back” button on the smart device to return to the thumbnail list.
Alternatively, you can select multiple
pictures by touching and holding a
thumbnail until check boxes are displayed at the top right corner of each
picture and then tapping thumbnails
to select or deselect. You can also tap
Select all in the smart device menu to
select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
A Folders
To select all images in a folder, tap the folder icon at the top of the
display and then touch and hold the folder in the folder list.
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4
Tap Download.
If only one picture is selected, you will be
prompted to choose the size at which
the picture will be copied to the smart
device.
If multiple pictures are selected, a confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap
DOWNLOAD to download the pictures
at the size selected for Image size in the
Settings menu (page 87).
A Image Size
Regardless of the size selected, pictures may sometimes be downloaded at their original size.
A Location Data
The options shown at right will be displayed if
Settings > Embed location data > Pictures
on camera is enabled (page 86).
D Dropped Connections
If the wireless connection is lost while a picture is being downloaded, the picture will not be saved to the smart device (connection
loss may occur if, for example, the camera turns off during download). Any pictures downloaded before the connection was interrupted are unaffected.
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Sharing Pictures
Connect to the Internet before sharing pictures via third-party
apps or social networking sites or other services. If you are currently connected to the camera via Wi-Fi, end the connection
and connect to a network with Internet access.
zzSharing Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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zzSharing Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to share until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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A Sharing Folders
To share all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be shared by
tapping Share as described in Step 3.
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Deleting Pictures
Downloaded pictures can be deleted from the smart device one
at a time or in groups. The Wireless Mobile Utility can not be
used to delete pictures from the camera memory card.
zzDeleting Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Delete.
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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zzDeleting Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to delete until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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A Deleting Folders
To delete all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be deleted by
tapping Delete as described in Step 3.
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Wireless Mobile Utility Options
To access the options listed below, either:
• press and hold the “back” button on the
smart device and select Settings from the
menu that appears, or
• tap the c icon at the top right corner of
the display.
Settings
Option
Description
Choose whether to synchronize the camera clock with
Synchronize clock
the smart device.
Battery options
Remote photography will end automatically when the
camera or smart device battery reaches the selected level.
Thumbnails
Choose the size of the thumbnails in the playback display.
Choose whether to embed smart device location data in
pictures not already containing location data provided
by the camera. If prompted to grant access to location
data, do so from the device settings app.
Embed location
data
Note that devices not equipped with GPS or comparable location data functions may fail to supply the correct location.
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Option
Description
Image size
When downloading multiple images, select Recommended size or VGA to copy images at sizes approximately equivalent to 1920 × 1080 or 640 × 480, respectively.
App auto launch
If ON is selected, the Wireless Mobile Utility will launch
automatically when the smart device detects a signal
from the wireless mobile adapter.
Wireless Mobile Adjust network settings for the wireless mobile adapter.
Adapter settings Not available with the Nikon 1 J5.
SSID
Choose an SSID for the wireless mobile adapter. The
smart device displays the SSID when you connect to
the network manually.
Authentication/ Choose the authentication method used for connection
encryption
to the network.
Password
Enter a password. The password type is selected using
Advanced settings > Password entry: choose ASCII for an
8- to 63-character alphanumeric password, HEX for a
64-digit hexadecimal password.
Channel
Choose the wireless channel used by the network.
Auto power-off Choose the delay before the wireless mobile adapter
delay
enters sleep when there is no wireless connection.
Advanced
settings
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WPS PIN: Set the wireless mobile adapter WPS PIN.
WPS mode: Select the adapter WPS mode.
Password entry: Choose the password type.
Sub-net mask: Enter a subnet mask.
DHCP server IP address: Enter the wireless mobile adapter IP address.
• DHCP client IP address: Enter the smart device IP address.
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Option
Description
Current settings View current wireless mobile adapter settings.
Format settings Tap YES to restore default settings.
Language
Choose the language in which the user interface for the
Wireless Mobile Utility is displayed.
Info
Option
Description
Camera
The name of the camera currently connected.
Wireless Mobile
Adapter
View information about the wireless mobile adapter.
Link speed
View the transmission rate.
Serial number
View the product serial number.
Firmware version
App
View the current firmware version.
Select About to view Wireless Mobile Utility version information, Check for updates to connect to
the Google Play service and check for updates, or
License Terms and Conditions to view the terms of use
for this application.
Exit
Exit the Wireless Mobile Utility.
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D
Other COOLPIX Cameras
This section describes the options available when the Wireless
Mobile Utility is used with COOLPIX cameras that offer built-in
Wi-Fi or support the optional wireless mobile adapter.
Features
Use the Wireless Mobile Utility to:
Take pictures remotely (0 101):Tap the shutter icon in the Wireless Mobile Utility to
take pictures and download them to
the smart device.
Download pictures as they are taken (0 104):
Take pictures with a compatible camera and save them to the smart device.
View pictures (0 106): View the pictures stored on the smart device or
the camera memory card.
Download pictures (0 110): Download existing pictures from the camera memory card.
Share pictures (0 113): Share pictures via e-mail or upload pictures to
photo-sharing sites.
For information on establishing a connection, see page 91.
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Notices
• No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without Nikon’s prior written permission.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described in this manual at any time and
without prior notice. Nikon will not be held liable for damages
that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain.
D Using This Application for the First Time
You must accept the terms and conditions of the End User License
Agreement (EULA) before connecting. Be sure also to grant access
to location data and storage if prompted.
D Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established by
selecting the camera SSID (0 93). If you are using a wireless mobile
adapter, be sure to enable Wi-Fi security on the smart device after
connecting for the first time. If you are using a camera with builtin Wi-Fi, enable security on the camera before connecting (0 98).
D Wi-Fi
The camera Wi-Fi function is available only when a memory card is
inserted and no USB or HDMI cables are connected.
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Installing the App
1
Locate the app on Google Play.
Connect to Google Play on the smart device and search for
“Wireless Mobile Utility”.
2
Install the app.
Install the Wireless Mobile Utility.
Establishing a Wireless Connection
The procedure varies with the type of camera.
Cameras with Built-in Wireless LAN
See the camera manual.
NFC Devices
If both the camera and smart device support NFC, a connection
can be established simply by touching the smart device to the
camera.
1
Enable NFC on the smart device.
See the documentation provided with the device for details.
2
Touch the NFC antenna on the smart device to the g (N-Mark)
on the camera.
The Wireless Mobile Utility will launch and establish a
connection to the camera; connection status is shown
in the camera monitor. See pages 101 and 106 for information on taking and viewing pictures once a connection
is established.
A NFC Antennas
See the documentation for the camera and smart device for information on the locations of the NFC antennas.
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Cameras Without Built-in Wireless LAN or NFC
1
Connect the wireless mobile adapter.
Attach the wireless mobile adapter to the camera and turn
the camera on. See the manual supplied with the wireless
mobile adapter for details.
2
Ready the smart device.
Select Wi-Fi settings > WPS button connection. The smart
device will wait for a signal from the camera.
3
Press the WPS button.
Press the WPS button on the wireless mobile adapter for
about 5 s until the LED on the wireless mobile adapter flashes red and green.
4
Launch the Wireless Mobile Utility.
When a connection is established, the LED on the wireless
mobile adapter will glow green and the main dialog for the
Wireless Mobile Utility will be displayed on the smart device. For information on taking pictures, see page 101. For information on viewing pictures, see page 106.
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A NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) is an international standard for
short-range wireless communications technology.
A WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard designed to make it easy
to establish a secure wireless network. For information on the steps
involved and the length of time the smart device will wait for a connection, see the documentation supplied with the smart device.
A Manual Wi-Fi Connections
1 Display Wi-Fi settings for the smart device.
2 Select the appropriate SSID (the default SSID begins with
“Nikon”). If you are using a wireless mobile adapter, the LED will
light green when a connection is established.
3 Enable Wi-Fi security (0 94).
A Connection Status
Connection status is shown by an icon in the
home display:
: Connection established.
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: No connection. Tap the icon to open the
smart device Wi-Fi settings menu and check
Wi-Fi settings.
D The Wireless Mobile Adapter (for Cameras Without Built-in Wi-Fi)
While the adapter is inserted, the camera exposure meters will not
turn off; monitor the camera battery level to ensure that the camera does not power off unexpectedly. In addition, some camera
menu items may be grayed out and unavailable and the camera
can not be used for playback or live view. Movie recording can
not be used.
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Wi-Fi Security
Password protection and other Wi-Fi security features are not
automatically enabled for manual Wi-Fi connections established
by selecting the camera SSID (0 93). If you are using a wireless
mobile adapter, be sure to enable Wi-Fi security on the smart
device after connecting for the first time (see below). If you are
using a camera with built-in Wi-Fi, enable security on the camera
before connecting (0 98).
The Wireless Mobile Adapter
To enable wireless security, open the Wireless Mobile Utility settings menu (0 119) and follow the steps below.
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Tap Wireless Mobile Adapter settings.
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Tap Authentication/encryption.
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Select WPA2-PSK-AES.
Select WPA2-PSK-AES and tap OK.
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Tap Password.
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Enter a password.
Enter a password and tap SAVE (0 120). Passwords may be
from 8 to 63 characters long.
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Enable wireless security.
Tap
. A confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap OK.
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A Viewing Wireless Security Settings
To view the current password and authentication/encryption settings, tap Current settings in the Wireless Mobile Adapter settings
menu.
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Cameras with Built-in Wi-Fi
Wireless security can be enabled from the camera Wi-Fi options
menu or using the Wi-Fi options item in the setup menu. The
example below shows the menus for the COOLPIX S5200.
1
Select Wi-Fi options.
Highlight Wi-Fi options in the camera setup menu and
press h.
2
Enable encryption.
Select Auth./encryp. to display encryption options. Highlight WPA2-PSK-AES and press h to return to the Wi-Fi options menu.
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3
Select Password.
Highlight Password and press h.
4
Enter a password.
Enter a password and press
. The password may be
between 8 and 16 characters long. The smart device may
prompt you to enter the password the next time you connect to the camera.
A Viewing Wireless Security Settings
To view the current password and authentication/encryption settings, highlight Current settings in the Wi-Fi options menu and
press h.
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D Security
Although one of the benefits of a wireless-enabled device is that
it allows others to freely connect for the wireless exchange of data
anywhere within its range, the following may occur if security is
not enabled:
• Data theft: Malicious third-parties may intercept wireless transmissions to steal user IDs, passwords, and other personal information.
• Unauthorized access: Unauthorized users may gain access to
the network and alter data or perform other malicious actions.
Note that due to the design of wireless networks, specialized attacks may allow unauthorized access even when security is enabled.
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Taking Photos
Take pictures remotely from the smart device, or take pictures
with the camera and save them to the smart device.
Remote Photography
Follow the steps below to take photos from the smart device.
1
Tap Take photos.
The camera viewfinder will go dark and the smart device
will display the view through the camera lens. If prompted
to grant storage access, do so from the device settings app.
2
Tap the shutter icon.
The shutter will be released after you remove your finger from the icon and the
camera focuses; the resulting photo is
first saved to the camera memory card
and then downloaded to the smart device. There is no need to point the smart
device at the camera.
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D Remote Photography
Remote photography ends automatically when the battery in the
camera or smart device runs low. Note that using remote photography for an extended period may cause the camera’s internal
temperature to rise; if necessary, remote photography will end automatically to minimize damage to camera circuits.
The smart device can not be used to adjust camera settings; use
camera controls to adjust settings before starting Step 1. Regardless of the release mode selected with the camera, only one picture
will be taken each time you tap the shutter icon. Note that the
display may not update smoothly depending on the device and
network conditions.
Regardless of the settings selected with the camera, pictures will be
taken in C (auto) mode using target finding autofocus. The focus
point is not displayed.
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A The Remote Photography Display
Mode selection: Tap to select photo capture mode (compatible cameras only;
page 104).
Self-timer icon: Displayed when the selftimer is on.
Camera settings: Shutter speed, aperture,
etc. Not displayed when device is in
landscape orientation.
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
Optical zoom: Tap T to zoom in, W to zoom
out.
Settings: The following photographyrelated options can be accessed by
pressing and holding the “back” button
on the smart device:
• Remote shooting auto download:
Choose whether to download pictures
to the smart device after shooting (remote shooting mode only).
• Self-timer: If ON is selected, the camera shutter will be released 2 s after
you tap the shutter icon. The timer
turns off automatically after the shutter is released.
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Downloading Photos as They Are Taken
(Supported Cameras Only)
If the camera supports photo capture, the
icon shown at right will appear in the shooting display. When photo capture is enabled
by tapping the icon, photos will be downloaded to the smart device as they are taken.
1
Tap Take photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
2
Tap .
The dialog shown below at right will be displayed (page 105).
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3
Take photos.
Use the camera to frame and shoot photos. Photos are
downloaded to the smart device after being saved to the
camera memory card.
A The Photo Capture Display
The photo capture display is shown below.
Mode selection: Tap
to select remote
shooting mode (page 101).
Thumbnail area: Downloaded pictures.
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Viewing Photos
Tap View photos to view the pictures stored on the smart device. You can also view the pictures on the camera memory card
and download selected images to the smart device.
Viewing Pictures
View the pictures in camera memory or on the smart device.
1
Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pictures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any images are currently selected. Tap
CANCEL to view pictures.
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2
Choose a device.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera
memory card, Pictures on smart device to view the pictures
stored on the smart device. The pictures will be displayed
as small “thumbnail” images (in some cases, a folder list may
be displayed; tap a folder to view the pictures it contains).
3
View pictures.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to view additional pictures.
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A The Full-Frame Display
The full-frame display is shown below.
Tap picture to hide or
view icons
Return to shooting
mode (available only
if display was accessed
by tapping thumbnail
in shooting display)
Zoom in or out
D Movies
Movies can not be viewed using the Wireless Mobile Utility, but
movies can be played back by tapping the movie or playback icon
in the thumbnail list to display a list of movie apps and choosing
an app from the list.
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A Folders
Downloaded pictures are stored in folders with names consisting
of “C” (for new photos downloaded during shooting) or “D” (for existing pictures downloaded during playback) followed by the date,
an underscore, and a 3-digit folder number. A new folder is created
each time you launch the Wireless Mobile Utility and either capture new photos or download existing pictures. To view pictures in
other folders, tap the folder icon at the top of the display and tap a
folder to display its contents.
On the smart device, the path to folders created for new photos
downloaded during shooting is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Capture”, while
the path to those created for existing pictures downloaded during
playback is “/sdcard/Nikon_WU/Card”.
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Downloading Existing Pictures
Download pictures from the camera memory card. Note that 3D
images are downloaded as 2D JPEG images.
1 Tap View photos.
If prompted to grant storage access, do so from the device
settings app.
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If the camera has an option that can be
used to select pictures for transfer, a
confirmation dialog will be displayed if
any images are currently selected. Tap
OK to begin download.
Tap Pictures on camera.
Tap Pictures on camera to view the pictures on the camera.
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3
Select pictures for download.
Tap a thumbnail to display the picture
full frame. You can then swipe left or
right to display the desired picture and
tap the check mark to select or deselect.
Press the “back” button on the smart device to return to the thumbnail list.
Alternatively, you can select multiple
pictures by touching and holding a
thumbnail until check boxes are displayed at the top right corner of each
picture and then tapping thumbnails
to select or deselect. You can also tap
Select all in the smart device menu to
select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
A Folders
To select all images in a folder, tap the folder icon at the top of the
display and then touch and hold the folder in the folder list.
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4
Tap Download.
If only one picture is selected, you will be
prompted to choose the size at which
the picture will be copied to the smart
device.
If multiple pictures are selected, a confirmation dialog will be displayed; tap
DOWNLOAD to download the pictures
at the size selected for Image size in the
Settings menu (page 120).
A Image Size
Regardless of the size selected, pictures may sometimes be downloaded at their original size.
A Location Data
The options shown at right will be displayed if
Settings > Embed location data > Pictures
on camera is enabled (page 119).
D Dropped Connections
If the wireless connection is lost while a picture is being downloaded, the picture will not be saved to the smart device (connection
loss may occur if, for example, the camera turns off during download). Any pictures downloaded before the connection was interrupted are unaffected.
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Sharing Pictures
Connect to the Internet before sharing pictures via third-party
apps or social networking sites or other services. If you are currently connected to the camera via Wi-Fi, end the connection
and connect to a network with Internet access.
zzSharing Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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zzSharing Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to share until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Share.
Tap Share and choose from a list of
picture-sharing apps and functions (the
specific contents of the list vary from device to device).
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A Sharing Folders
To share all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be shared by
tapping Share as described in Step 3.
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Deleting Pictures
Downloaded pictures can be deleted from the smart device one
at a time or in groups. The Wireless Mobile Utility can not be
used to delete pictures from the camera memory card.
zzDeleting Pictures One at a Time
1
Display the smart device menu.
Display a picture full-frame and press
and hold the “back” button on the smart
device to view menu options.
2
Tap Delete.
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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zzDeleting Multiple Pictures
1
Display check boxes.
In the thumbnail list, touch and hold any
of the pictures you want to delete until a
check mark is displayed in the top right
corner and check boxes appear on the
remaining images.
2
Select pictures.
Tap thumbnails to select or deselect.
You can also tap Select all in the smart
device menu to select all images or Deselect all to deselect all images.
3
Tap Delete.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed;
tap YES.
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A Deleting Folders
To delete all pictures in a folder, tap the folder
icon at the top of the display to view folders,
then touch and hold a folder to select all the
pictures it contains. Selected pictures are indicated by check marks and can be deleted by
tapping Delete as described in Step 3.
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Wireless Mobile Utility Options
To access the options listed below, either:
• press and hold the “back” button on the
smart device and select Settings from the
menu that appears, or
• tap the c icon at the top right corner of
the display.
Settings
Option
Description
Choose whether to synchronize the camera clock with
Synchronize clock
the smart device.
Battery options
Remote photography will end automatically when the
camera or smart device battery reaches the selected level.
Thumbnails
Choose the size of the thumbnails in the playback display.
Choose whether to embed smart device location data in
pictures not already containing location data provided
by the camera. If prompted to grant access to location
data, do so from the device settings app.
Embed location
data
Note that devices not equipped with GPS or comparable location data functions may fail to supply the correct location.
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Option
Description
Image size
When downloading multiple images, select Recommended size or VGA to copy images at sizes approximately equivalent to 1920 × 1080 or 640 × 480, respectively.
App auto launch
If ON is selected, the Wireless Mobile Utility will launch
automatically when the smart device detects a signal
from the camera.
Wireless Mobile Adjust network settings for the wireless mobile adapter.
Adapter settings Not available with cameras featuring built-in Wi-Fi.
SSID
Choose an SSID for the wireless mobile adapter. The
smart device displays the SSID when you connect to
the network manually.
Authentication/ Choose the authentication method used for connection
encryption
to the network.
Password
Enter a password. The password type is selected using
Advanced settings > Password entry: choose ASCII for an
8- to 63-character alphanumeric password, HEX for a
64-digit hexadecimal password.
Channel
Choose the wireless channel used by the network.
Auto power-off Choose the delay before the wireless mobile adapter
delay
enters sleep when there is no wireless connection.
Advanced
settings
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WPS PIN: Set the wireless mobile adapter WPS PIN.
WPS mode: Select the adapter WPS mode.
Password entry: Choose the password type.
Sub-net mask: Enter a subnet mask.
DHCP server IP address: Enter the wireless mobile adapter IP address.
• DHCP client IP address: Enter the smart device IP address.
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Option
Description
Current settings View current wireless mobile adapter settings.
Format settings Tap YES to restore default settings.
Language
Choose the language in which the user interface for the
Wireless Mobile Utility is displayed.
Info
Option
Description
Camera
The name of the camera currently connected.
Wireless Mobile
Adapter
View information about the wireless connection. The
serial number and firmware version are displayed
only if the camera is connected via the wireless mobile adapter.
Link speed
View the transmission rate.
Serial number
View the product serial number.
Firmware version
App
View the current firmware version.
Select About to view Wireless Mobile Utility version information, Check for updates to connect to
the Google Play service and check for updates, or
License Terms and Conditions to view the terms of use
for this application.
Exit
Exit the Wireless Mobile Utility.
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A Trademark Information
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Android,
Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google
LLC. The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described
in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License. N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, Inc., in the United
States and other countries. All other trade names mentioned in
this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective holders.
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