Nikon has released latest updates for its popular Nikon D5600 and Nikon D3400 DSLR, to fix out some connectivity issues between the iOS app and snapbridge. You can download the firmware from the official website of Nikon and the link is given below.
Both the camera features one of the class leading 24 megapixel CMOS sensor inside it, both DSLRs features amazing core specification do score highest ranking in DXO Mark Labs test score.
Pairing of Snapbridge app with the Nikon camera via bluetooth connectivity is bit tricky, Why I am telling this tricky because it it involves lot of steps that should be done critically correct.
First of all the iPhone doesn’t feature NFC connectivity and that’s why you can’t tap and connect like Andorid devices. In your iPhone you have to do it manually by pairing with the Bluetooth connectivity and once you pair your device at the end you have to unpair your device to into the connection correctly
How to connect your Nikon camera with iOS Smartphone
It’s look like Canon is fully per-pared to announce the firmware update of its flagship Canon 1DX camera. It’s a fact and not a rumor since according to a Canon 1DX user and dforum.net forum member PSNet he found firmware 2.0.8 installed on his camera after coming back from Canon professional service. However the user didn’t discuss about improvements included in the latest version of the firmware update.
We have to keep in mind that after a major firmware update of Canon 7D [see our post published, on June 28th, 2012] camera Canon took almost two years to announce Canon 7D Mark II camera.
Will the upcoming firmware update can delay the announcement date of Canon 1DX Mark II camera ?
However at this moment I don’t expect the upcoming firmware will bring any major changes in the core specification of the camera and it will only fix minor bugs related to new / wide angle lenses. Hence you don’t have to worry about the delay of Canon 1DX Mark II camera, it will arrive before Q1 of 2016.
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