10-27-2016 08:32 PM
Well I just wondered if there is or ever will be a solution to my enduring problem getting my camera to transfer photos over WiFi. All was fine under Mavericks as I recall. However I never got hings to work with succeeding OS's. I read some people have had success with the latest version of Sierra 10.12.1 - alas not so for me.
The camera is able to see my Macbook Pro via my access point over 2G - but connection fails every time. I have tried via WPS and manually with the same conclusion. I erase the WiFi settings each time to ensure a clean sheet. Setup was flawless with Mavericks.
Anyone pointers would be gratefully received. Thanks.
11-24-2016 08:24 PM
I have the same problem. Every time I try to open the CameraWindow software I am immediately greeted with the No camera was found message. I don't see any capacity to make any settings changes or alter any settings. The camera can find my computer, but my computer does not in any way recognize the camera.
04-26-2017 09:10 AM
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04-28-2017 05:03 AM
Hi - I downloaded the latest software and i am still unable to connect via WiFi with MacOS Sierra. I have tried all options - manual - WPS etc to no avail. I repeatedly get a 'connection fail' on the camera. I reset the WiFi settings on the camera before trying each option.