Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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This option is displayed only when an Eye-Fi memory card (available separately from 
third-party suppliers) is inserted in the camera. Choose Enable to upload 
photographs to a preselected destination. Note that pictures will not be uploaded if 
signal strength is insufficient.
Observe all local laws concerning wireless devices and choose Disable where 
wireless devices are prohibited.
When an Eye-Fi card is inserted, its status is indicated by an icon 
in the information display:
d: Eye-Fi upload disabled.
e: Eye-Fi upload enabled but no pictures available for upload.
f (static): Eye-Fi upload enabled; waiting to begin upload.
f (animated): Eye-Fi upload enabled; uploading data.
g: Error — camera can not control Eye-Fi card. If a flashing W appears in the 
control panel or viewfinder, refer to page 324; if this indicator is not flashing, 
pictures can be taken normally but you may be unable to change Eye-Fi settings.
View the current camera firmware version.
Eye-Fi Upload
G button
➜ B setup menu
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Eye-Fi Cards
Eye-Fi cards may emit wireless signals when Disable is selected. If a warning is displayed in 
the monitor (
0 324), turn the camera off and remove the card.
See the manual provided with the Eye-Fi card, and direct any inquiries to the manufacturer. 
The camera can be used to turn Eye-Fi cards on and off, but may not support other Eye-Fi 
functions.
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Supported Eye-Fi Cards
As of December 2011, the camera supports 8 GB SDHC Pro X2 Eye-Fi cards. Some cards may 
not be available in some countries or regions; consult the manufacturer for more 
information. Eye-Fi cards are for use only in the country of purchase. Be sure the Eye-Fi card 
firmware has been updated to the latest version.
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Using Eye-Fi Cards in Ad Hoc Mode
Additional time may be required when connecting using Eye-Fi cards that support ad hoc 
mode. Set Custom Setting c2 (Standby timer
0 227) to 30 s or longer.
Firmware Version
G button
➜ B setup menu