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The Canon WFT-E6 Wireless File Transmitter has been launched alongside the Canon EOS-1D X DSLR to offer the ability to wirelessly transmit images from your camera to a computer it gives enhanced remote capture, media server functionality, linked shooting, plus built-in Bluetooth connection functionality.
The new WFT-E6 unit takes the WiFi possibilities with the EOS-1D X to a new level by offering advantages such as 802.11a/b/g and n compatibility,
DLNA compliance, FTP, EOS Utility and WFT Server shooting, as well as Linked Shooting for remote shutter triggering of other WiFi-enabled EOS-1D X cameras.
Who is it for?
Great for sports and news photographers the WFT-E6 unit will allow rapid transfer of images to an access point and out to a picture desk.
However, It is not just for news and sports photographers as studio photographers will enjoy the ability to see previews of their images on a large screen by transmitting JPEGs to their computer.
Travel, landscape and wildlife photographers will like the built-in Bluetooth compatibility that allows them to use a Bluetooth connection to a GPS device for geo-tagging,
and those photographers who like experimenting with technology to push the boundaries of what is possible will find the linked shooting and advanced WFT Server modes especially appealing.
There are several wireless standards for data transmission over wireless networks. By incorporating the 802.11a standard Canon has ensured that the WFT-E6 unit is compatible with a wide range of standards. The 802.11a network operates on a frequency of 5GHz, which is an un-crowded band and is less affected by radio wave interference making transfer rates more stable.
By contrast, 802.11b and 802.11g networks can be affected by interference from Bluetooth devices, cordless telephones, microwave ovens and other devices operating in the 2.4GHz band which can make transfer rates unstable. 802.11n is the fastest of the standards and enables transfer speeds about three times faster than 802.11a. This makes it possible to transfer large files wirelessly without having to wait a long time. The maximum link speed through an 802.11n connection with the WFT-E6 is around 150Mbps, while the transfer speed is around 60Mbps. Equally, like 802.11a, 802.11n is much less susceptible to radio frequency interference.
Many consumer electronics devices are compatible with the Digital Living Network Alliance (DNLA). These include items such as many of the latest generation of game consoles as well as some recent televisions and digital photo frames. After establishing a connection between the DLNA device and the WFT-E6, JPEG images stored on the camera can be viewed on the remote device.
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