Introducing Airnef, my open-source utility for downloading images and movies from your WiFi-equipped Nikon camera. Airnef runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It supports all Nikon cameras that have built-in WiFi interfaces, along with those using external Nikon WU-1a and WU-1b WiFi adapters. Airnef may also work with Nikon’s WT-4A and WT-5A wireless adapters for the D3/D4/D8x, although I don’t have any of these adapters on hand to test. Airnef supports Canon cameras as well, although Canon supplies its own excellent EOS Utility for wireless downloads. Airnef is licensed under GPL v3. For more information about Airnef including download links please visit the Airnef Homepage. For questions and support head over to the Airnef Forum. I also have an Airnef Developer Notes blog for those interested in the ongoing work behind future releases.
Recent Forum Topics
- 64-bit support?
- Canon SX740HS Connected w/airnef but "Waiting to connect" on camera
- Unable to download – Mac 10.10.5
- good news D500 firmware v1.20
- Camera stuck in "Waiting for connection" screen
- Windows 10 Download Problem
- cannot connect laptop to nikon d850
- Only first image downloaded from Canon Camera
- AirNef still download previous images with –realtimedownload
- Entry-model Canon DSLR compatible with Airnef?
Firstly, thank you f9or created the utility. Next, I’m trying to use my Nikon D4 with the WT-5 with airnef. Do you know of anyone who has had success with their setup that can help me with my setup?
Sorry for the late reply. I haven’t tried at WT-5 myself and unfortunately don’t have access to one to test. I haven’t heard from anyone else who has tried it either.
This seems like the perfect utility for me. Have you thought about creating a synology NAS package or even a docker image?
I try to avoid using a PC where possible.
I haven’t thought about creating custom builds because I’m not sure there would be enough demand to warrant the effort. Sorry about that!
Does airnef work for Nikon P900 cameras to laptop computers? Not having much luck.