Uses Of WiFi Smart Camera

WiFi cameras also known as Smart Cameras are on the rise. And if numbers can talk, at the annual 2013 CES (Consumer Electronics show), the camera industry seems poised for a mobile like growth.

Every company worth its name in the camera market has more than 3 SMART camera’s in its bag and the numbers are growing. So what exactly do these “SMART'” cameras do? How different are these cameras from the plain point and shoot ones. What value add (if any) do they provide? Read on to find out

WiFi: sjca sj4000wifi With social networking being connected is the norm rather than an exception. These cameras come with inbuilt WiFi. You can email, share or post those vacation pics instantly to Facebook, twitter and what have you social networking sites. You can also transfer them directly to your computer wirelessly.

Camera control: . No need to put the camera on timer and make a dash to be in the picture. Control is in your hands, literally. With the help of a simple smartphone application being in touch with your camera you can control certain features just like a remote control.

Accessibility: As long as you are on the same WiFi network, you can hook up more than one SMART camera and even allow others to see what you are clicking realtime. These cameras also have the ability to browse or share your friend’s photos without the need for WiFi hotspots.

Location: “Look, honey! Remember we took this pic at???” Don’t remember? Fret not. Most of these cameras come with GPS (Global positioning system ). Its a handy feature especially when you took 100’s of photos on a vacation and can’t remember where you took that one photograph which the wifey’s referring to. With GPS, your camera records the location of every photo.  Except this , get more additiona info about sandisk memory card 8gb via visiting online websites.

Edit: Lugging a computer on a vacation to edit those pics is so passé. With a range of options built into your camera, you can edit your photos either at the “shoot” stage or post process them within the camera. Plus, some of these camera’s are equipped to work along with Smartphone applications (also known as app’s). So you edit them using the inbuilt software in the camera or copy them to your Smartphone.

Updates: You’ve heard of updates to Operating systems. Your SMART camera too can receive updates via WiFi and get some more nifty features.

As you can see, SMART cameras are not just everyday ordinary Point, shoot, click, share, upload cams. With so many camera makers vying for your attention, the ones that offer simplicity of setup and a mobile like experience while retaining the Camera’s originality are the SMART winners.


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