You can upload your pictures to smartphones or tablets (smart devices) or computers. Options for doing so are listed below. For more information, see the following in the Reference Manual: “Connecting to Computers and TVs” (Connecting to Computers and TVs), “Built-in Wireless” ( Built-in Wireless ), and “Ethernet/WT-6” (Ethernet/WT-6).
Uploading Pictures to Smart Devices
Use the SnapBridge app to upload pictures using the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Uploading Pictures to a Computer or FTP Server
Several options are available for uploading pictures to computers.
Use the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi to upload pictures to a computer via a wireless connection.
The WT-6 Wireless Transmitter
Use the optional WT-6 wireless transmitter to connect to wireless networks and upload pictures to computers or ftp servers. The WT-6 offers more reliable wireless connections than the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi.
Connect to networks using an Ethernet cable attached to the camera’s Ethernet connector and upload pictures to computers or ftp servers.
Connect the camera to a computer using a USB cable and transfer pictures using the NX Studio computer application.
You will need Wireless Transmitter Utility computer software when uploading pictures to a computer via the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi, the WT‑6, or an Ethernet connection.
The SnapBridge app is available from the Apple App Store® and on Google Play™.
Nikon computer software is available from the Nikon Download Center. Check the version and system requirements and be sure to download the latest version.