Many Nikon cameras now feature SnapBridge, which uses Bluetooth to keep your camera constantly connected to up to five smart devices, so images and movies are automatically streamed to your phone or tablet as you shoot. Not only does this mean they are ready and waiting for you to review, edit and share, but SnapBridge will even resize your shots so they're quick to upload to social media, including to Instagram.
Set-up is simple: install the free SnapBridge app on your smartphone or tablet, switch on your camera, and select it from the in-app list of available devices, and you can then transfer shots as you shoot without needing to reconnect each time. All the shooting data goes with your image onto your smart device too, and your camera will automatically sync its location and time information to that on your smart device.
If your camera doesn't have SnapBridge, use Nikon's WU-1a or WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapters and your smartphone or tablet. For these you'll first need to download and install the free Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility app, then follow the instructions in your camera manual, or check out our comprehensive guide to wireless shooting and sharing here .