Nikon SnapBridge 2.6 is now out for both iOS and Android

Nikon has just released SnapBridge 2.6, an app for transferring images and videos from Nikon cameras, for both iOS and Android devices.

The SnapBridge app for iOS and Android is said to be the “fastest, easiest” way to transfer your photos and videos from your camera, according to Nikon. This app will work with Nikon cameras with a Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities.

Many Nikon cameras work with SnapBridge 2.6. This applies to Nikon DSLRs, Mirrorless, and COOLPIX cameras.

Automatically from camera to smartphone

After taking shots from your Nikon camera, the app will automatically have a 2 Megapixel web-ready version of your shots ready on your smartphone. Larger JPEGs and RAW files can be manually transferred.

What’s new in SnapBridge 2.6?

The new SnapBridge now allows RAW (NEF/NRW) images can be downloaded. Also, Nikon says automatic image transfers are faster, along with the initial pairing process. DSLR camera controls can now adjust focus, aperture, shutter speed, and white balance. There’s also now a power-saving mode for increasing battery life and an “improved” design that should make the app easier to use.

SnapBridge 2.6 overview

  • RAW (NEF/NRW) images can be downloaded
  • Faster automatic image transfers
  • Adjust focus
  • Aperture
  • Shutter speed
  • White balance
  • Faster, easier initial pairing process
  • Power-saving mode
  • Location information
  • Improved app design

SnapBridge 2.6 DSLR and Mirrorless control features

  • Access Live View on your smartphone
  • Take single or continuous shots
  • Change focus by touching
  • Select shooting modes (P/S/A/M)
  • Adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO
  • Adjust exposure compensation and white balance
  • Video Start/Stop

SnapBridge 2.6 COOLPIX control features

  • Smartphone as a remote monitor
  • Zoom in and out
  • Take pictures


You can get SnapBridge 2.6 on Google Play. Additionally, you can get it in the App Store. So, if you want to learn more, you can go to to learn more.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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