Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility App: What It Does + How It Works!

Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility App: What It Does + How It Works!

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I recently discovered the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility App (also called the Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter App) and wanted to share this awesomeness with you guys!

With this app, you can easily download your Nikon camera photos straight to your phone in real time – so you don’t have to wait to go back home and take out your SD card, then put it on your laptop or in your phone, wait for all the photos to download…

NOPE! None of that headache. In this video, I use my Nikon D5500 to explain what the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility App does and how it works (note: this app works with other Nikon cameras too).


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Paul Misencik says:

Good overview, thanks. Also, if your Nikon does NOT have WiFi connectivity resident in the camera itself, you can still use the app by plugging the appropriate Nikon WiFi connector into your camera port (either the “Wu-1A” or “Wu-1B,” depending on the model of your Nikon.)

When taking photos through the app (thereby essentially using your smartphone as a remote trigger) you can change your focus point by touching on the area in the screen you want the camera to focus on.

It’s a fairly simple app, but works pretty well. I use it quite a bit.

Harimohan Hari says:

Hi…i have downloaded the app and connected my mobile to my nikon d5300 but I cannot see the live view mode in my mobile as u shown in this video…i can only view the images which is already in the camera…when I click on the take a picture button the screen goes blank…is there any solution?

chrisbastin2013 says:

The app is shit

Karson Cheung says:

Where can I change Exposure and Aperture ?

123 456 says:

Thank you

hhova29 says:

Wish it was this easy for an iPhone 6s. Just got a d3400, but hearing the pairing is troublesome!
Nice video.

Irvan Nur Wachid says:

it’s very useful tips, thank you..

Yvonne Jack says:

thanks girl

Nigel Harrison says:

or use an eye-fi wireless SD card – no apps – auto transfer

Jingxuenxxx says:

Can transfer videos?

hesham abd el-fttah says:

can i record video with this app?

colossal grind says:

What kind mic or you using?

Denny Christian says:

Hi, I am using Nikon D7200 at the moment. when I tried to take photo wirelessly from my android mobile phone, I wasn’t able to see the screen like when we see in the camera but I still able to take the photo. do you have any idea what was wrong with my setting?

Vikas says:

Hi !!! Can we capture Videos also by connecting the wifi? I am not talking about to transfer the videos, but to capture the video by connecting camera wifi and mobile app. Quick reply will be appreciated since its urgent . Thanks in advance….

iuriius says:

Will it download pics in a full quality or camera will compress them?

Oscar McWilliams says:

I took some good photos of cars today and downloaded to my phone from the P900 but the photos aren’t as clear as it is on the P900. Please help!

90AlmostFamous says:

any alternative apps out there ?

nick says:

is wireless transfering of pictures even safe, i mean no password setting or wmu app sorts out that problem too.

Tienlinhho says:

can you change the exposure when you are using your mobile to take the photo? thanks 🙂

Łukasz Bieroń says:

This app is bad and Nikon should feel bad

Walter Cash says:

app is worthless

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