Nikon SnapBridge
N-Photo: the Nikon magazine|August 2020
Nikon SnapBridge
Mike Harris takes a look at SnapBridge, which can be used to remotely control your camera and instantly download images
Mike Harris

Where to get Nikon SnapBridge


– Available for iOS and Android platforms, you’ll find Google Play and Apple App Store links at

Connectivity is a hugely important factor in this digital age. We’re used to our phone’s ability to quickly capture and upload images online anytime, anywhere. And with the Nikon SnapBridge app, you can transfer media from your camera directly to a smart device in a jiffy too.

SnapBridge allows Nikon users to pair up to five compatible cameras to their smart device. It was announced way back in 2016, but a recent update has transformed its functionality. You can now upload Raw files, remotely control DSLR and mirrorless cameras, and make use of a power-saving mode, among many other things.


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August 2020