DThe Setup Menus ([CONNECTION SETTING])
Adjust settings for connection to other devices.
To access connection settings, press [MENU]/[OK], select the D ([SET UP]) tab, and choose [CONNECTION SETTING].
For more information on wireless connections, visit:
- [Bluetooth SETTINGS]
- [NETWORK SETTING]
- [instax PRINTER CONNECTION SETTING]
- [CONNECTION MODE]
- [SMARTPHONE WIRELESS COM. FREQUENCY SETTING]
- [GENERAL SETTINGS]
- [RESET WIRELESS SETTING]
Adjust Bluetooth settings.
|[PAIRING REGISTRATION]||To pair the camera with a smartphone or tablet, select this option, then launch FUJIFILM Camera Remote on the smart device and tap [PAIRING REGISTRATION].|
|[SELECT PAIRING DESTINATION]||Choose a connection from a list of devices with which the camera has been paired using [PAIRING REGISTRATION]. Select [NO CONNECTION] to exit without connecting.|
|[DELETE PAIRING REG.]||Delete pairing information for selected devices. Choose the device in the device list. The selected device will also be removed from the devices listed in [SELECT PAIRING DESTINATION].|
[ON]: The camera automatically establishes a Bluetooth connection with paired devices when turned on.
[OFF]: The camera does not connect via Bluetooth.
|[AUTO IMAGE TRANSFER]||
[ON]: Mark photos for upload as they are taken. Mark JPEG photos for upload as they are taken.
[OFF]: Photos are not marked for upload as they are taken.
|[SMARTPHONE SYNC. SETTING]||
Choose whether to synchronize the camera to the time and/or location provided by a paired smartphone.
[LOCATION&TIME]: Synchronize the time and location.
[LOCATION]: Synchronize the location.
[TIME]: Synchronize the time.
[OFF]: Synchronization off.
Install the latest version of the FUJIFILM Camera Remote app on your smartphone or tablet before pairing the device with your camera or uploading images.
When [ON] is selected for both [Bluetooth ON/OFF] and [AUTO IMAGE TRANSFER] or images are currently selected for upload using the [IMAGE TRANSFER ORDER] option in the C (playback) menu, upload to paired devices will begin shortly after you exit to playback or turn the camera off. [IMAGE TRANSFER ORDER] can also be used to select pictures for upload when [AUTO IMAGE TRANSFER] is off.
Adjust settings for connection to wireless networks.
|[WIRELESS ACCESS POINT SETTING]||
[SIMPLE SETUP]: Connect to an access point using simple settings.
[MANUAL SETUP]: Manually adjust settings for connection to a wireless network. Choose the network from a list ([SELECT FROM NETWORK LIST]) or enter the name manually ([ENTER SSID]).
|[WIRELESS IP ADDRESS SETTING]||
[AUTO]: The IP address is assigned automatically.
[MANUAL]: Assign an IP address manually. Manually choose the IP address ([IP ADDRESS]), network mask ([NETMASK]), and gateway address ([GATEWAY ADDRESS]).
[instax PRINTER CONNECTION SETTING]
Adjust settings for connection to optional Fujifilm instax SHARE printers.
The Printer Name (SSID) and Password
The printer name (SSID) can be found on the bottom of the printer; the default password is “1111”. If you have already chosen a different password to print from a smartphone, enter that password instead.
Adjust settings for connection to external devices.
|[USB CARD READER]||Connecting the camera to a computer via USB automatically enables data transfer mode, allowing data to be copied to the computer. The camera functions normally when not connected.|
|[USB TETHER SHOOTING AUTO]||
The camera can be controlled from computers, gimbals, drones, or other devices connected via USB. The camera automatically enters “tethered shooting” (i.e., remote-control) mode when the external device is turned on and returns to normal operation when the external device turned off or disconnected.
|[USB TETHER SHOOTING FIXED]||As for [USB TETHER SHOOTING AUTO], except that the camera remains in “tethered shooting” (remote-control) mode when the external device is off or not connected, allowing the device to resume control when the connection is re-established after an accidental disconnection or other disruption. At default settings, pictures are not recorded to the memory card.|
|[WIRELESS TETHER SHOOTING FIXED]||ChooseChoose this option for wireless remote photography. Select a network using D[CONNECTION SETTING] > [NETWORK SETTING].|
|[USB RAW CONV./BACKUP RESTORE]||
Connecting the camera to a computer via USB automatically enables USB RAW conversion/backup restore mode. The camera functions normally when not connected.
D[POWER MANAGEMENT] > [AUTO POWER OFF] settingssettings also apply during tethered shooting. To prevent the camera turning off automatically, select [OFF] for [AUTO POWER OFF].
Visit the websites below to learn more about or download the following computer software:
[SMARTPHONE WIRELESS COM. FREQUENCY SETTING]
Choose a wireless band for use with Camera Remote.
|[2.4GHz (IEEE802.11 b/g/n)]||[5GHz (IEEE802.11 a/n/ac)]|
Some countries and regions prohibit outdoor use of certain channels in the 5 GHz band. Check whether use of the 5.2 GHz (W52) band is permitted before selecting the 5 GHz option.
The options available vary with the country or region of sale.
Adjust settings for connection to wireless networks.
|[NAME]||Choose a name ([NAME]) to identify the camera on the wireless network (the camera is assigned a unique name by default).|
|[RESIZE IMAGE FOR SMARTPHONE] H||
Choose whether to resize images for upload to smartphones. Resizing applies only to the copy uploaded to the smartphone; the original is not affected.
[ON]: Larger images are resized to H for upload. This setting is recommended.
[OFF]: Images are uploaded at their original size.
|[GEOTAGGING]||Choose whether location data downloaded from a smartphone are embedded in pictures as they are taken.|
|[LOCATION INFO]||Display the location data last downloaded from a smartphone.|
Choose the role played by function buttons assigned the [WIRELESS COMMUNICATION] function.
s[PAIRING/TRANSFER ORDER]: The buttons can be used for pairing and selecting images for transfer.
r[WIRELESS COMMUNICATION]: The buttons can be used for wireless connections.
View the camera’s MAC and Bluetooth address.
[RESET WIRELESS SETTING]
Restore wireless settings to their default values.