How To Wirelessly Transfer Photos from DSLR

Every once in a while, a new technology breakthrough comes along that is just downright fun. For me, being able to wirelessly transfer photos from DSLR cameras, or even from my point & shoot camera, to my iphone has been exactly that. I take a lot of photographs – no surprise there. But I also love to share them, too. And, to be honest, I kinda like to share them right away. Whether it’s to facebook, twitter, instagram, or just emailing something to a friend – whatever the case may be, sharing our experiences is something we are becoming more and more accustomed to nowadays. I used to just do all this with my phone, but I get such better photographs with my Nikon 1 V3 or my Nikon D750, both wifi-enabled, that being able to just send it right to my phone on the fly has really changed the game for me. Since I’ve been posting more and more images from my main cameras, I’ve gotten several questions about how this works. I filmed a simple walkthrough of exactly how you can QUICKLY wirelessly transfer photos from DSLR cameras (or your point & shoot) to your phone in this brand new reDefine Show for Adorama TV: As always, huge thanks to Adorama.com! You check out all tons of other content by very talented Adorama TV hosts, Joe McNally, Mark Wallace, Richard Harrington, Bryan Peterson and Gavin Hoey by heading over to AdoramaTV.com.