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Nikon Imaging Cloud makes debut

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Nikon has just launched the Nikon Imaging Cloud, a free cloud service that offers direct-to-camera firmware updates as well as camera-to-cloud image storage, and exclusive image recipes.  

Nikon's new Imaging Cloud service launches today. It's free, which is always a good thing, especially when it offers some interesting new features to Nikon users. Not had a chance to play with it yet - when they say new, they mean new - but here's the list of features according to the company.

Direct camera-to-cloud image transfer: Nikon Imaging Cloud keeps image files safe with automatic transfers from camera to the cloud—whenever the camera is on and connected to the internet.

One-time setup: the connection between camera and Nikon Imaging Cloud only needs to be set up once. After that, whenever the camera’s on, it’s connected to the cloud.

30 days unlimited image storage: images are stored for free, for up to 30 days after they’re first transferred.

Exclusive image recipes, straight to camera: get free colour-profile image recipes from Nikon and Nikon Creators. Up to nine recipes can be saved in the cloud at any one time: once transferred to the camera, they appear as new Picture Control profiles.

Always-easy firmware updates: set up automatic updates to have the latest firmware installed on the camera when it’s charging. Or go for manual updates: a yellow dot will appear next to the tool icon in the main camera menu to signal new firmware is available.

More info in the vid below...


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