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Nikon Keymission 360 app now ready for download

The app for controlling the Nikon Keymission 360 is now available for download. You won’t be able to do much with it without a Keymission 360 or 170 though because the first thing the app does is to try to connect to a camera. 

Nonetheless, we can see from the app preview that the interface looks simple and there’s a self-timer. It shows the shutter speed which gives me hope that the user can select the shutter speed (either shutter priority or manual). I don’t see any ISO indicator but my understanding is that you can select ISO from 100 to 1600. Exposure compensation will also be adjustable +/- 2EV.

I’m going to post a review as soon as I receive it (possibly by next weekend). 

Nikon Keymission 360 user manual and desktop software now available for download
Nikon Keymission 360 unboxing
Announcement and specifications
New sample videos
Comparison with Samsung Gear 360 and Kodak SP360 4k
Free accessory pack with preorders
Free shipping offer; available accessories
Keymission 360 comes with these accessories
Sample full resolution photo from Nikon Keymission 360
Hands-on report on the Nikon Keymission 360 from Photokina 2016

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  • The app is nothing more than a SD card space waster, it is about as dysfunctional as a app can get. Tried it hundreds of times, it hasn't worked reliably yet. Looks like all nikon apps are written by interns, without even one beta tester. $6000 D1 bluescreened computer from day one that was 16 yrs ago… nikons apps haven't improved one bit.