Apr 25, 2016

SnapBridge Technology: A first for the Nikon D500

Nikon has been in the industry for quite some time now and is happy to announce that the Nikon D500 is the very first among its cameras to feature SnapBridge. Quality speaks when it's Nikon, and increases the brand loyalty of its customers for this all-new SnapBridge feature.

The SnapBridge technology helps photographers connect their smartphone and camera using Bluetooth and transfer images all at the same time. Available for both iOS and Android Platform, after installing the app to your smartphone you're all set to sync it with your camera. For other expected features, the Nikon D500 is a DX-format camera that has an ISO range of 100 to 51,200. The Nikon D500 is a DSLR camera with a 20.9MP sensor, 153 autofocus, and a Multi-CAM 20K autofocus sensor. The Nikon D500 has the Expeed 5 image processing engine and a 4K Ultra HD video recording and Wi-Fi capabilities for transferring images.

What's great about the Nikon D500 is that while you are shooting pictures you can easily transfer the images to your smartphone. Not only that, transferring of images continuously happens even if the camera is turned off. These pictures get saved in a JPEG format. The SnapBridge application automatically sets the location and time on the smartphone and the camera without the need to continuously reset or change it especially when you travel. You just freely keep on taking shots.

The images are all stored up in media cards wherein the SD and XQD can be used at the same time. The D500 costs around USD 1,999.95.

The SnapBridge feature is said to be available on all Nikon cameras starting this 2016 following the D500 model.

It's a perfect camera for professional photographers and also for those who are pursuing in becoming one. The Nikon D500 delivers fast, convenient transferring and sharing of images to your smartphone or on social media. Nikon says, "The camera today is not just another device for taking photos, it's the latest innovation in connectivity."