After recent trips to Europe for the Christmas markets and a Key West getaway where my wife used my V2, I showed her the J4 recently on closeouts. She liked that it was white and that the 10-30 PD-Zoom lens didn't have a cap. I've been pretty impressed with the sharpness of the lens versus the old 10-30 but really like the ability to wirelessly transfer RAW files to her iPhone. Below is the steps so others can see how it works and determine whether it might be useful. (All pictures taken with an iPhone so excuse the quality.)

First step is to turn on wi-fi on the J4. This creates a wireless SSID.

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Then you connect your iPhone to the J4's SSID:

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After opening the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility (WMU), you connect to your camera:

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Select the image(s) you want to transfer:

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And what size images you want. The interesting thing is that I captured the image on the J4 in RAW.

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Once the image is on your iPhone, you can use something like Google's Snapseed (highly recommended) and do Viveza-like edits. Pretty darn slick!!!

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