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Access wireless networks and connect to computers, smartphones, or tablets.

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a Connecting to Smartphones and Computers

Smart Phones and Tablets: FUJIFILM [Camera Remote]

Connect to the camera via Bluetooth or wireless LAN.

To establish a wireless connection to the camera, you will need to install the latest version of the FUJIFILM [Camera Remote] app on your smartphone or tablet.

FUJIFILM [Camera Remote]

Once a connection has been established, you can use FUJIFILM [Camera Remote] to:

  • Control the camera and take pictures remotely
  • Receive pictures uploaded from the camera
  • Browse the pictures on the camera and download selected pictures
  • Upload location data to the camera
  • Release the camera shutter
  • Update camera firmware

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a FUJIFILM [Camera Remote]

Smart Phones and Tablets: Bluetooth® Pairing

Use r[CONNECTION SETTING] > [Bluetooth SETTINGS] > [PAIRING REGISTRATION] to pair the camera with smartphones or tablets. Pairing offers a simple method for downloading photos from the camera.

Photos are downloaded via a wireless connection.

Once pairing is complete, you will be able to synchronize the camera clock and location data with the smartphone or tablet (a[SMARTPHONE SYNC. SETTING]).

Smartphones and Tablets: Wi-Fi

Use the r[WIRELESS COMMUNICATION] options in the shooting menu or the playback menu to connect to a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi.

Computers: FUJIFILM [PC AutoSave]

Install the latest version of [FUJIFILM PC Autosave] to your computer to upload pictures from the camera over wireless networks.

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a FUJIFILM [PC AutoSave]

Computers: Wireless Connections

You can upload pictures from the camera using the s[PC AUTO SAVE] option in the playback menu.

You can also upload pictures by pressing and holding the [Fn1] (function 1) button in playback mode.