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Nikon will release a smartphone app at the end of the month that will allow you to send pictures from your camera to an FTP server without using a computer.

Nikon last week announced NX MobileAir, a smartphone app that uploads images captured with Nikon digital cameras to an FTP server without using a computer. The app is due out on November 24th. In addition, the NX Tether computer program was presented for shooting with Nikon digital cameras connected to a PC. It allows you to change camera settings from your computer and shoot remotely. This program will be available as a free download starting November 4th.

Nikon will release a smartphone app at the end of the month that will allow you to send pictures from your camera to an FTP server without using a computer.

To use the NX MobileAir app, you will need to connect the camera to your smartphone with a USB cable. The capabilities of a smartphone are used to send to the server. In particular, when working on 5G networks, the speed will be higher. In addition, the application supports image editing functions such as cropping, adding and editing IPTC metadata information. The NX MobileAir app will be available for iOS 14 and Android 9 or later. In the first case, only Z 9 camera is supported, in the second case the list of supported cameras includes Z 9, Z 7II, Z 6II, Z 50, D6 and D5.

Nikon will release a smartphone app at the end of the month that will allow you to send pictures from your camera to an FTP server without using a computer.

The NX Tether program will be available in two flavors. One is running Microsoft Windows 10 or Windows 8.1, the other is running macOS 10.14 or later. The list of supported cameras looks like this: Z 9, Z 7II, Z 6II, Z 7, Z 6, Z 5, Z fc, Z 50, D6, D780.

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