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Wifi and new opportunities

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Old Tuesday 23rd June 2015, 09:44   #1
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Wifi and new opportunities

I don't know if this has been posted elsewhere, but I Had a little play with my IPad connected to my P900 in the garden. I set the camera up a yard or so from one of the bird feeders, and then switched on the wifi and was amazed to see the image on the IPad
So I sat in the comfort of my conservatory and waited for the birds to arrive................brilliant!

The possibilities for wildlife pics are exciting, one I can think of immediately is to locate a favourite perching post and set up the camera and then retire out of site.

The controls allow zooming but only single shots, but I found that you can tap the button several times and the camera will take several pics in succession.

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