The advent of digital technology and digital cameras has changed the way professional and amateur photographers take and store their pictures. Recent developments have seen professional grade digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera bodies being built with an internal Wi-Fi transmitter. Photographers can now shoot and have their pictures transmit automatically to a remote computer. This is a great advancement for indoor sport shooters who may need to work to a tight deadline or a portrait photographer who wants to be able to view the pictures they are taking on a larger screen.
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Turn your DSLR camera on and adjust the camera settings for the assignment you are about to shoot.
Obtain the IP address of the computer you will be transmitting to.
Press the menu button on the back of the DSLR and scroll through the menu options and select the appropriate menu for the DSLR's internal Wi-Fi transmitter.
Click "Settings," input the appropriate address for the computer you are transmitting to and save your selections. You are ready to start shooting.
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