Official complaint on Nikon’s advertisement over D500’s Wifi

Official complaint on Nikon’s advertisement over D500’s Wifi

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Limping over several defeating conditions, Nikon has a serious and official complaint for its faux advertisement stating ‘D500 is WIFI integrated‘. A Nikon user from Germany has filed this complaint, that he bought D500 for exploring its WIFI feature which isn’t there unfortunately.

This came from a NEWS portal, heise.de, stated that a customer has voiced against NIKON’s D500 as “Andreas V from Burzenbach has delivered a cease and desist notice to Nikon, demanding among other things to stop advertising the D500 as a camera with ‘integrated WiFI.’”

This piece of NIKON is not like the other cameras of it being integrated with wifi. This needs to be bluetooth connected and it asks for a smartphone app called the SnapBridge app. Pushing all these aside, if you need direct wifi enablement, Nikon’s WT-7 WiFi-adapter is needed.

The Nikon WT-7A wifi adapter costs a whopping $750.

 

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