Wireless Auto Import allows saving of images of the target device to a Mac connected through the network via Wi-Fi.
(It is necessary to authenticate the device to the Mac via USB connection prior to its usage.)
OS X v10.11 (El Capitan) is added for the supported OS.
Double click the [WirelessAutoImport1602a.dmg] icon displayed on the desktop.
It is normally saved in the Download folder.
Double click [WirelessAutoImport.pkg] in the opened folder to start installation.
Follow the instructions in the screen.。
The computer may not be able to perform the downloaded installer depending on the OS settings.
Refer to <here> for details.
Limited only to the first time, follow the below procedures to authenticate the device.
Before Use : If your camera is connected to your Mac with a USB cable, disconnect it.
Start Finder and click [Applications], and then double-click [Wireless Auto Import].
The [Wireless Auto Import] settings window is displayed.
Click [Wireless Import Device Setting], and then click [Set].
If you are prompted to enter an administrator password, enter it.
Connect the camera to your Mac with a USB cable.
The driver will be installed, and your Mac is set as the import destination for videos and photos.
Disconnect the camera from your Mac.
* Notes :
If "Cannot find a camera. Check that the camera is connected to the computer with a USB cable." is displayed when you have connected your camera to a Mac with an USB cable, disconnect the USB cable, reboot your Mac, then perform the [Wireless Import Device Setting] setting.
The [Wireless Import Device Setting] settings must be configured when you import videos and photos to your Mac for the first time.
From the second time, if you want to select another Mac as the import destination, you must configure the [Wireless Import Device Setting] settings again.