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The NFC option does not appear in the network configuration.
Attached screenshot of the manual, where it appears, and those of the menu of my setup, where not.
Who knows what might be due?

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I would say, that you should try it out: here it works for most equipment although it is not mentioned. NFC is NFC and it does not necessarily need special drivers.

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On 12/27/2019 at 8:44 PM, LexS said:

I would say, that you should try it out: here it works for most equipment although it is not mentioned. NFC is NFC and it does not necessarily need special drivers.

Thanks for your reply, and apologies for not responding soon: - /
In fact, I can connect the camera to the iPhone without problems and with full functionality of both image download and remote control of the camera.

However, my doubt remains: The menu of the WLAN settings in your camera, what does it look like? Like the one you see in the first image I posted, which is the one in the user manual, or the other two, the ones that appear on my camera?

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