Basic steps: Install PlayMemories Mobile on iPhone. I have a Sony 6300, which has wi-fi to transfer photos. If your phone is not already rooted, you can find instructions for your specific make and model on sites such as and forum. Once connected, you can start the PlayMemories Mobile app on your iPhone. There are a couple of ways to do it but in each case the camera tells you what to do. I'm able to successfully connect the sony playmemories app on both the iphone and ipad to a sony rx100M2. They convert one device output to another device input.
I have had the same experience with transferring images, and from Sony's perspective they aren't going to change anything yet. Enter this password your camera is now connected to your iPhone. The Photo Importer app refers to an on-the-go cable. You should connect to it. Here is the simple guide on how to use a wireless adapter to transfer photos from camera to iPhone: Step 1: To start with, you need to download the Wireless Utility App from the App Store and the app does support the wireless adapter you are using. Nowadays, as more and more camera are Wi-Fi available, it is easier to carry out photo transferring process to iPhone. Still wondering what to do.
I found it quite helpful, clever even. It should not take more than 1-2 minutes. If hitting your data cap is a concern, select Over Wi-Fi Only. The phone receives the network signal; I can see it in the Settings but it doesn't connect to it. Thanks for contributing an answer to Photography Stack Exchange! Or is there some other approach entirely that's easier? Step 2: After that, plug the adapter to your camera to make Wi-Fi hotspot. However, I didn't like the answer. Meaning: although you can directly connect the camera to the tablet with a cable or combination of cables, I am personally convinced that my camera and my tablet will not talk to each other.
I have not purchased any cable to try this because all research online gives me no indication that my Nikon will actually talk to the Fire tablet. I can't be the only one seeing these issues?! In this article, we are going to focus on how to transfer photos from Sony camera to iPhone. If you want photos on the Fire, you upload them to your Amazon Drive account and Prime Photos using a computer , then download from there. To enable this feature: 1. But for professional photographers or those who need that extra bit of quality, be it depth of field or low-light photography, a dedicated shooter is the way to go. Fortunately, simply copying the files to your phone will trigger the automatic upload feature on popular applications such as Dropbox, Facebook and Google+. Im usually pretty good with this electronic stuff but this still has me stumped.
If you still have problem, please leave a comment, we will reply as soon as possible. Did you know with a simple adapter from the Apple Store you can copy those photos to your iPad or iPhone? If you have one that does, consider services like and Google Photos Apple's is cloud-based, too, but it requires an iPhone or Mac. See our for more details. Only trouble is, I have no idea what cable to buy. My phone allows me to preview what it is that I'm about to copy from my camera to my phone, so I can see that the video is there.
You can register only one smart-phone on the camera. If you have many images on your card, your iPhone or iPad may take a few moments to display this screen. It is not really for transferring images ready for full on editing. They aren't cheap, but when combined these two products provide easy camera mounting, re-positioning and movement either for video work or time lapse photography. As novel as they are, though, there are some drawbacks.
Any insight into what I am missing? I can obviously hack out a solution that way: email it to myself at full resolution, then save the enclosure, etc. To use this application, install PlayMemories Mobile on your smartphone or tablet computer. Tap Back up video and select an upload option. You can purchase either from any Apple retail store, or online via the accessories section of your device. Now with third-party software and apps, there are some easier ways for users to transfer photos between camera and smart phone. The guys are always really helpful there Hi Vlad. Most of us have a digital camera laying around in a draw or desk.
Discovered Rollit via a friend after I restored my iPhone but the Camera Roll remained empty. It's not a huge deal though. Any settings have not been changed, I have never needed to reinstall anything so far. As a result I just use max, though it means I generally email the photo and don't typically keep it in my galleries on my phone. Without a Mac to move the images from a Google Drive folder, the only solution was to use an intermediary app to transfer pictures and videos to the Camera Roll, then enable iCloud Photo Library once done. Make sure the slider is set to On.
The solution I found that works is to just kill the sony app running on the iphone and then restart it. Used Rollit to transfer the backed up images using numbered image transfer option and it made a new folder 120 with my photos in there starting from 0001! Use of this product is subject to the Sony Entertainment Network Terms of Service and the PlayMemories Camera Apps Application Terms and Conditions, reviewable through the links at the bottom of this page. Though I do like to tell my friends it's just a photo from my phone and they wonder why theirs don't look like that. Here in this post, we will concentrate on how to transfer photos from Sony camera to iPhone. While the images are being transferred, a notification will be displayed on your smartphone. I have playmemories mobile installed on my iphone 5. But it won't let me copy it no matter what I do.