Nikon Australia is pleased to announce that the NIKON IMAGE SPACE smart device app, Nikon’s online photo sharing service, has now been revamped with a user-friendly storage and share functionality.
Originally launched in January 2013, NIKON IMAGE SPACE is a free online storage service and platform for sharing and appreciating images.
NIKON IMAGE SPACE is equipped with three new modes that allow users to enjoy photos from a variety of angles. View mode supports intuitive browsing of photos, while the new Report mode enables analysis of uploaded images to evaluate aspects such as a user’s photographic style and habits. The Organise mode, for desktops only, has also been improved to enable easier and more intuitive photo organisation with a left-and-right pane layout.
Photo sharing functions have also been improved via the share duration function, which allows users to set a fixed period of time to share selected images with others. In addition, users will now also be able to receive support for their images with the introduction of a new ‘praise’ button.
A collaboration with SnapBridge, the new Nikon app announced in January 2016 that enables constant connection between a Nikon digital camera and a smart device using Bluetooth® low energy1, is also planned for development. This will enable automatic uploads of an unlimited number of 2-MP images to NIKON IMAGE SPACE from SnapBridge with a registered Nikon ID2.
1 The start of the collaboration with SnapBridge will be announced once the schedule has been determined
2 “Nikon ID” refers to a new individual ID for user registration necessary to enjoy Nikon services. E-mail addresses registered with SnapBridge will serve as Nikon IDs, allowing users to receive services provided by Nikon. Registration is free. A Nikon ID registration site was launched on February 22, 2016