Wire­less shootin g

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Wire­less net­work­ing isn’t just for com­put­ers, smart­phones and tablets. Some Nikon D-SLRs ei­ther have the func­tion­al­ity built-in or are able to ac­cept a wire­less sig­nal, en­abling you to stand some dis­tance away and still fire the shut­ter. Op­tions in­clude third-party re­motes, like those made by Häh­nel, and the range of Nikon re­motes. There’s also a Nikon re­mote app, which is avail­able for An­droid and Ap­ple smart­phones, al­low­ing you to pre­view, shoot and up­load your images re­motely with a Wi-Fien­abled D-SLR.

Be­ing able to stand at a dis­tance from your cam­era and still cap­ture an im­age has ob­vi­ous ad­van­tages for, say, long-ex­po­sure land­scape shots, es­pe­cially in in­hos­pitable con­di­tions; or for when your cam­era is out of reach, such as when it's at­tached to the out­side of a car.

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