If you are one of the lucky few who now own a Nikon D4 (which means you could both shell about $6,000 and managed to get in line early enough) there is a good chance that you wondered why Nikon did not include WiFi on its flagship.
It does include an Ethernet port allowing for wired control and live view, but no WiFi.
You could of course, add WiFi with the WT-5A, but that would mean saying goodbye to another $900.
Nikon has some cool features in its WU-1A wifi dongle for the D3200. This sweet $60 dongle adds wifi capabilities to the D3200, adding a nice range of features like the ability to watch the Liveview display on a smart phone, or take... Read Post
AT&T just sweetened the pot for all of its iPhone subscribers. If you own an AT&T iPhone, you now get free WiFi access at AT&Ts 17,000 hotspots across the country, including at most Starbucks. Although just last summer AT&T teased c... Read Post