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Nikon releases SnapBridge 2.0

Available to download now SnapBridge 2.0 offers stable connections and more.

Nikon has announced the release of version 2.0 of its SnapBridge app allowing you to connect your smart device to your camera via low-energy Bluetooth®.

The new version has an updated design and menu structure and includes instructions to help you connect to your camera. Further additions include a power-saving mode, more stable connections, the ability to control camera settings  and faster displaying of images.

SnapBridge is available for iOS and Android device. For more information, please visit the Nikon website.

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