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Sharing Photos With Your Samsung NX Camera

Here's a few tips on sharing photos with your NX camera.

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Sharing Photos With Your Samsung NX Camera: Samsung NX1000 Body Top

Recently, it's become the standard to have Wi-Fi built in to cameras, allowing you to share and back your images up really quickly and easily.

Sharing photos with your Samsung Smart NX camera is quick, and really simple to set up. Smart NX camera models, such as the Smart NX 1100, feature one touch wireless sharing. For example, there is a Smart Link Hot key button on the top of the camera, next to the mode dial. 

If your smart phone has NFC enabled, you can simply touch the camera to your smart phone to automatically enable sharing. 

You can upload photos to Facebook, or even email them directly to your loved ones straight from the camera. Using the Smart Link Hot key, you can save photos to a compatible smart phone, too.

Enabling the auto share function on the camera will automatically and simultaneously send every picture you take to a compatible smartphone, making both sharing and backing up your images a breeze.

Find out more about the capabilities of Smart NX cameras on the Samsung website


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