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Canon 6d wifi and video... ?

 
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Jun 21, 2014 18:36 |  #1

I saw some promotional video shot with a fujifilm X-t1 wirelessly. I have several Canon cameras (50d, sl1, 7d) and purchased the 6d thinking i could take video with wifi.

Wrong.

So the question is why? It must be do-able if fuji cameras can allow video mode and wifi.

Very disappointing...!




  
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Jun 22, 2014 07:22 |  #2

Nope, won't work.
http://www.magiclanter​n.fm/forum/index.php?t​opic=4704.0 (external link)

I don't understand why you would buy a 6D based on a different company's camera promo video and assume it has the same features/functions. That is nonsense.




  
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Jun 22, 2014 07:39 |  #3

Are you saying the X-t1 can send HD video files via WiFi?


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Jun 22, 2014 07:49 as a reply to  @ msowsun's post |  #4

If you can use the IR remote control RC-6, then your 7D can do it.
I haven't investigated if you can do it using WiFi as well, but that does require the WFT-E5, of course. It works for still images at least.


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