The photographers like to work fast because in order to get the best possible shot, you have to be fast. Companies are manufacturing cameras in such ways that will assist the photographers to work fast and efficiently.
Built-in Wi-Fi is one of the feature of any camera that saves a lot of time that was previously consumed in transferring images or videos over the wire. Therefore, cameras with built-in Wi-Fi are now becoming increasingly more popular among the photographers of every kind.
There are some other advantages of Wi-Fi enabled cameras too like being able to quickly upload your shots to social media, or email important shots to a client.
Best WiFi DSLR Cameras 2017
Canon EOS 6D
Currently, the Canon EOS 6D is Canon’s only full-frame camera which is capable of wireless connectivity built-in to the body itself. It can transfer images between other Canon WiFi cameras, can be paired with a smart phone, print images through a WiFi printer or connect to a web service. There’s a free Canon Camera Window app (for iOS and Android) which can be downloaded to get a remote control over the camera.
Like Canon, Nikon too is placing WiFi connections in its professional cameras, and you can get the full-frame DSLR, the D750 with built-in WiFi. There’s also a free app which can be downloaded to use the Nikon D750 with the phone or tablet which enables you to both control the camera remotely and share your images with your phone for uploading to social media and whatnot.
Critics wait for a time of four years so that the Nikon may replace the D300. The company skipped the D400 and gone directly to the Nikon D500. Along with different other features, one of the new features of the camera is the built-in WiFi. The D500 is an APS-C camera which is aimed at serious hobbyists, and is available to pre-order now through different channels.
Those who are seeking a travel camera which provides a long zoom then the Panasonic’s TZ range would suit them well. The latest Panasonic TZ80 has a 30x optical zoom. It is great if you’re on holiday taking great photographs which can be shared fortunately through the TZ80 inbuilt Wi-Fi. Also, last year’s Panasonic TZ70 also has WiFir if you’re a bit tight on the budget. Panasonic’s free app is easy to use and provides the capability to have remote coaccess of the camera, download shots to the phone or tablet, or upload directly to social media.
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II
Most of the compact system cameras presently available are WiFi enabled, so the users won’t face any problem and would be able to find something that suits their needs among various of the manufacturers. The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is also a good example of how quick and easy WiFi can be to use. With this camera, you can pair your phone or tablet very quickly using a QR code displayed on the camera’s screen. Once the camera is connected, user can download pictures or take remote control of the camera.