snapbridge – Nikon D5600 Photos come out blurry when zoomed

I am a beginner at photography and recently got a camera (Nikon D5600). I watched a few videos on how to use it but I am still finding it difficult to operate. I have several questions but the main one is how to make pictures sharper?

I have an iPhone X which takes better pictures, when I zoom in I can see the image clearly, however when I zoom in on a photo with my camera, everything is kind of blurry. The photos I’m using as comparison are the ones from SnapBridge app. I will also give my usual settings if needed.

Does anyone have any tips on how to learn the best way to take pictures or how to at least make my pictures a higher resolution?
Picture from iPhone

Picture from Nikon D5600

nikon – How can I transfer photos over SnapBridge that are taken after the 9999th photo?

Most DSLRs, when they roll over, will create a new sub-directory under DCIM, the naming of which often can be controlled by some of the configuration options in the camera menu, and then start over with images numbering from 0000 in that new directory.

I don’t use SnapBridge, so I’m not sure how to tell it to switch to the new directory, but I would guess there would have to be an option to do that somehow…

Can Snapbridge, with a Nikon D3500, let you see what the camera lens sees?

Probably not, unless Nikon has changed the way they do the D3x00 series. We’ve got a number of related questions that all deal with the D3x00 series of cameras not having the ability to do tethered shooting. Even Nikon cameras that are capable of tethered shooting don’t give real time Live Views off camera with the major tethering software applications. There are some other apps that claim they can do it with upper tier Nikon cameras, such as the D7x00 series or the three digit (D850, D300, etc.) and single digit (D5, D4,etc.) models.

Is there a way to replicate Nikon D3100 live view on my laptop screen?
Can I tether my Nikon D3200 to Lightroom?
how could I duplicate my Nikon D5300 live view on both my PC and camera itself?
Can I live view my Nikon D3200 via laptop/ tablet etc?
Is Nikon D3200 compatible with external monitor?
How can I use live view while tethering a Nikon D810 to LightRoom 5 CC?
Are there any free Windows programs to get a live view for a Nikon D700 in tethered capture mode?
Nikon D3200 Android USB control

nikon – Is there a way to keep the LCD on a D3500 active while using Snapbridge?

I have looked around and found out that as of now, the D3500 has limited use with the Snapbridge app. I understand that the App will not show me what my camera is seeing and is mostly just there to push the button to take the picture. (I think that is a pretty lame extent of the app as do most others I have seen)

So my question has to do with the camera itself. While using Snapbridge, the camera screen will also go black and will force you to use the view finder. Is there a way to continue to use the camera screen while using Snapbridge as the basic remote?

Nikon D3500 with Snapbridge – Photography Stack Exchange

I have looked around and found out that as of now, the D3500 has limited use with the Snapbridge app. I understand that the App will not show me what my camera is seeing and is mostly just there to push the button to take the picture. (I think that is a pretty lame extent of the app as do most others I have seen)

So my question has to do with the camera itself. While using Snapbridge, the camera screen will also go black and will force you to use the view finder. Is there a way to continue to use the camera screen while using Snapbridge as the basic remote?

dslr – Can a Nikon D3500 shutter be released remotely without using the Snapbridge app?

Officially, the only way to remotely trigger your D3500 is with the Snapbridge app.

Unofficially, and if you consider USB-connected to be “remote”, you can control some of the functions of your camera using qDSLRDashboard on either your computer or your Android device, tethered via USB cable (to PC) or USB-on-the-go cable (to Android).

The D3xxx line isn’t officially supported by qDSLRDashboard, but it reportedly works for some limited functionality, according to this dpreview.com forum post:

If you have a USB-OTG adapter/cable, I recommend the QDSLRDashboard app for PC and mobile. The D3XXX cameras aren’t officially supported, but basic functionality works for me. Live View and video recording don’t work, but you have full control over the basic camera settings and you can use the built-in bracketing feature. I think it’s well worth the $9 for mobile, despite the limitations for our camera.

Nikon 3500 with Snapbridge – Photography Stack Exchange

Probably not, unless Nikon has changed the D3x00 series. We have a number of related questions, all relating to the D3x00 series cameras, which are unable to take tied pictures. Even Nikon cameras, which are capable of taking pictures with cables, do not provide real-time viewing from the camera with the main software applications for tethering. There are a few other apps that claim they can do this with top-of-the-line Nikon cameras, such as D7x00 series or three-digit (D850, D300, etc.) and single-digit (D5, D4, etc.) models.

Is there a way to replicate the Nikon D3100 live view on my laptop screen?
Can I connect my Nikon D3200 to Lightroom?
How can I copy my Nikon D5300 live view on my PC as well as on the camera itself?
Can I watch my Nikon D3200 live via laptop / tablet etc.?
Is the Nikon D3200 compatible with an external monitor?
How can I use live view while a Nikon D810 is connected to LightRoom 5 CC?
Are there free Windows programs to get a live view of a Nikon D700 in embedded capture mode?
Nikon D3200 Android USB control

iphone – Why is not my Remote-WLAN-App (Snapbridge) releasing the shutter of my D5600?

I'm on an iPhone 6 and use Nikon's Snapbridge. The app works. I can make a Wi-Fi connection to change the camera settings with my phone. I can even Use my phone to release the lock but only when I go into settings on snapbridge and first turn off the live view. In essence, the only way to publish them is when there's no way to see what the camera actually sees.

The Wi-Fi connection is Work. I can see the view in my phone. The camera simply can not be released when I click on the white button on my phone. I tried all the release settings, and I tried to hold down the button, double-tap, everything. Any hints? Any help would be appreciated.

Nikon – Snapbridge and D500 worked with the transfer of Bluetooth images to my iPhone. Does not work now

I have the Nikon D500 with the latest firmware and have not changed anything on the camera.

Snapbridge worked for the image transfer between the camera and an iPhone with iOS 11. I would select the image to send and the D500 would automatically connect to my phone and transmit the image.

I have removed the D500 from my phone and my phone from the D500 and reinstalled through all the steps. I have a connection between the two and the Bluetooth icon on Snapbridge indicates a connection with my phone. It also indicates if the D500 battery is getting low. I can not transfer the pictures via Bluetooth. I can get them when I switch to Wi-Fi, but I like the lightness and convenience of Bluetooth.

Suggestions would be great.