FUJIFILM Photo Receiver

FUJIFILM Photo Receiver


If your digital camera is equipped for connection to wireless networks, the FUJIFILM Photo Receiver app will make uploading pictures to a smartphone or tablet a snap.

[Supported Cameras]
FUJIFILM X-A2, XQ2, X30, X100T, X-T1, X-E2, X-M1, X-A1, XQ1,
FinePix S9900W, XP80, S1, F1000EXR, F900EXR, F800EXR, Z2000EXR, Z1100EXR, XP200, XP70, S9400W and S8400W

[Smartphone System Requirements]
Android Smartphone/Tablet: Android OS Ver.2.1 to 4.4

[How to use "Send Email to Us"]
1.When the email window is launched, click "Send" without the title and description changed.
2.The link to "Contact Us" website will be sent to you.
3.Please send your inquiries and messages to us via the website.
Thank you for your cooperation.

[Using FUJIFILM Photo Receiver]
1. Start FUJIFILM Photo Receiver.
2. On the camera, select playback mode and display a picture you want to upload.
3. Simultaneously tap Connect on the smartphone and the “connect to smartphone” icon on the camera.
4. When the camera locates the smartphone, its name will appear in the camera display.
5. Confirm that the name of the destination smartphone is correct and tap Start sending on the camera.
6. To upload additional pictures, display them on the camera and tap the “connect to smartphone” icon. Up to 30 pictures can be uploaded in a single session.
7. To end the session, tap End on the smartphone or BACK on the camera.
8. The app can be launched by pressing the SNS button.

Recent changes:
・Added supported cameras
・Some bug fixes.
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3.8
User ratings
1272
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
1016 kb
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About FUJIFILM Photo Receiver
If your digital camera is equipped for connection to wireless networks, the FUJIFILM Photo Receiver app will make uploading pictures to a smartphone or tablet a snap.

[Supported Cameras]
FUJIFILM X-A2, XQ2, X30, X100T, X-T1, X-E2, X-M1, X-A1, XQ1,
FinePix S9900W, XP80, S1, F1000EXR, F900EXR, F800EXR, Z2000EXR, Z1100EXR, XP200, XP70, S9400W and S8400W

[Smartphone System Requirements]
Android Smartphone/Tablet: Android OS Ver.2.1 to 4.4

[How to use "Send Email to Us"]
1.When the email window is launched, click "Send" without the title and description changed.
2.The link to "Contact Us" website will be sent to you.
3.Please send your inquiries and messages to us via the website.
Thank you for your cooperation.

[Using FUJIFILM Photo Receiver]
1. Start FUJIFILM Photo Receiver.
2. On the camera, select playback mode and display a picture you want to upload.
3. Simultaneously tap Connect on the smartphone and the “connect to smartphone” icon on the camera.
4. When the camera locates the smartphone, its name will appear in the camera display.
5. Confirm that the name of the destination smartphone is correct and tap Start sending on the camera.
6. To upload additional pictures, display them on the camera and tap the “connect to smartphone” icon. Up to 30 pictures can be uploaded in a single session.
7. To end the session, tap End on the smartphone or BACK on the camera.
8. The app can be launched by pressing the SNS button.

Recent changes:
・Added supported cameras
・Some bug fixes.

User reviews of FUJIFILM Photo Receiver
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 12, 2015
Rubbish this app works on my sony experia m2 but does mot work on my samsung pad
A Google User
Apr 9, 2015
Fuck sick I can't send pictures to Samsung S4
A Google User
Apr 3, 2015
Sigh I'm not surprised it's so bad but it's still disappointing. I've only gotten it to work once and I think that was just the law of large numbers, it's a total dumpster fire otherwise. No indication of what to do and it always just fails without doing anything. 2014 Moto X running 5.0.
A Google User
Mar 28, 2015
Fails to connect 95% of the time Fails to connect to Fuji X100T via the Wi-Fi feature the vast majority of the time. Somewhere around a 5% success rate. I gave up and just use a USB SD card reader that plugs directly into my phone.
A Google User
Mar 23, 2015
Good
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