When your photo collections lie dormant for months on your camera’s memory card, it’s time to consider all the latest camera technologies that let you transfer, share, and organize your pictures with ease. Here’s a look at some of those capabilities.
Transfer Images Wirelessly
To quickly upload photos and videos to social networking Web sites, there are cameras that can send files to tablets or smartphones. For instance, some models work with a free camera manufacturer app to quickly send files from your camera to an Android or iOS device.
Demand More From Your Card
Rather than manually upload and sort through hundreds of images using your digital imaging device, let your memory card handle the task. Once you pop a wireless SD card into your camera, your files will be automatically uploaded and organized whenever you are within a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Connect With Optimal Cable
Many cameras or camcorders can connect to a TV or monitor, letting you share images on a big screen for all to see. To ensure that your shots look their best, you need to select the optimal cable for your setup. For instance, for devices that support it, HDMI displays images with true-tolife detail and color.
Move Files With Bluetooth
Wi-Fi isn’t the only wireless standard to make its way to cameras and camcorders. Some models offer Bluetooth, letting them communicate with many other Bluetooth devices, such as smartphones or printers. By pairing with a supported device, you can instantly share images or print snapshots.