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B700 / remote operation

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Uncle Freddy

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Hello everybody I am experimenting with my B 700 and it’s ability to be remotely operated as far as the shutter is concerned via my Samsung Galaxy S 20 smart phone… I have got all the way to pairing the devices and even utilizing Wi-Fi to take a few pictures remotely using my phone to activate the shutter… My question is pretty simple,  when I am out in the wild shooting eagles and whales and mountain landscapes hi have no access to Wi-Fi and I think if I’m not mistaken that as long as I link my smart phone to the B 700 via Bluetooth, not Wi-Fi, I still have the capability to utilize my smart phone for remote controlled photography… Am I correct? 



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Snapbridge establishes a point-to-point network, so it is independent from your infrastructure.

 

It is not like a wireless printer that needs a DHCP server to get communications going.







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