Originally Posted by Ian
Not sure what you mean, Graham? Do you mean WiFi v.s. Bluetooth, or which WiFi setup is best?
One thing that was pointed out to me is that you should not mix slower devices on a Wireless N network - if you can, use two access points, once for G-type devices (54Mb/sec and one for N-type (up to 300Mb/sec) devices exclusively otherwise your N-type network will slow down to the speed of the slowest connected device.
That's well worth remembering - Thanks
As for the original question - There are different systems, as you point out, therefore there will be pros & cons for each.
With the Olympus OM-D, for example, there is the PEN Pal and Eye-Fi cards, I assume Nikon has similar systems that work in different ways depending on the level at which the model is aimed at.
With Eye-Fi cards some do RAW while others only Jpeg. The range of "systems" seems to be growing, with the new Nikon WU-1a being compatible only with smart devices running the Android OS.
The idea of any type of "Standard" in this, as with so many other things, is non existent and some systems do things that others don't
I've resigned myself to not having wireless teathered shooting (without a megabucks investment
) so these alternatives may be the next best thing...
Any opinions would be welcome.