Introduction: How to Simply Add Wi - Fi to Your Camera
Wouldn`t it be great to send pictures and control your camera via Wi - Fi?
A lot of cameras do not have inbuilt Wi -Fi. Buying a new camera, just because of this, would be very expensive.
We have collected here a few solutions for you. Most are easy to use. The last one works really great and is DIY
Step 1: The Wi - Fi SD Card
These are special SD cards, making it possible to send pictures directly and automatically to your Device.
We use this method in our Photo Booth and it works fine.( https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Budget-Photo-b...)
Here are some different varieties, buy it now on ebay. http://goo.gl/QVDlsK
- easiest method
- cheap in comparison to other methods
- you are not able to control your DSLR with your mobile device
Step 2: Wlan Adapter
The solutions from Canon and Nikon are working faster. There exist some special adapters to upgrade Wi - Fi to your DSLR.
In my opinion, this is just a solution for professional photographers.
- easy to use (USB)
- relatively small
- too expensive
Step 3: Camranger
This is a pretty cool device, making it possible to control your Canon and Nikon DSLR via Smartphone. There is even a app, you can use.
Buy one from Amazon: http://goo.gl/KT7HPl
- a lot of Canon and Nikon DSlRs are supported
- easy to use (via USB)
- you can send pictures as well as control your camera
Step 4: DIY Solution - Build a Camranger on Your Own
You can build a cheap cam ranger on your own!
Basically, you just have to buy this router and modify the firmware.
This router has included the same hardware as the Camranger. It is the same!
I found this instructable dealing with the subject, but there are also a lot of tutorials in the web.
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