OLYMPUS Image Share




    Paired with a compatible Olympus camera, the OLYMPUS Image Share smartphone app makes shooting more enjoyable than ever. With this app, images captured with an Olympus camera can easily be imported to a smartphone, and shared with family and friends. With OLYMPUS Image Share you can actually add Art Filters, one of the most popular features on Olympus cameras, to imported photos, use your smartphone as a remote control to a compatible Olympus camera, and also add GPS tags to photos.

    1. Import pictures from your camera
    Photos on the camera can be imported via Wi-Fi. Simply touch the share icon on the camera monitor for photos you wish to add to your import list to make the importation smooth and easy. Once imported, you can easily select and share photos with friends on social networking sites.

    2. Smartphone remote shooting
    (1) "Live View" mode
    OLYMPUS Image Share allows you to see the camera's Live View on your smartphone screen. It also lets you operate the camera from your smartphone -- touch your smartphone screen to specify the AF point or release the shutter. You can also adjust camera settings such as shooting mode (iAUTO, P, A, S, M or ART) and drive mode (Single, Burst and Self timer), as well as control the zoom for electronic zoom lenses.
    (2) "Remote Shutter" mode
    In addition, you can choose to control camera settings directly on the camera, and use the smartphone just for releasing the shutter, as if using remote cables. You can "half-press" on your smartphone screen to only focus, and "full-press" to relesae the shutter.

    3. Enhance your photos
    OLYMPUS Image Share is equipped with Art Filter, one of the most popular features on Olympus cameras. Add filters like Dramatic Tone and Pop Art to turn your photos into works of art. You can also add stamps to images taken using Photo Story, to make your works even more attractive.

    4. Add GPS tags to photos on the camera
    By simply transferring the GPS log recorded with a smartphone, GPS tags can be added to photos captured with a compatible camera.
    * Be aware that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

    5. Easy setup
    All you need to do is scan the QR code displayed on the screen of a compatible camera with OI.Share to easily set up Wi-Fi connection settings.
    * When using a FlashAir card, use the FlashAir card connection information to connect from the smartphone's Wi-Fi setting screen.

    * Available functions will differ depending on the camera.
    * Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
    * FlashAir is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation.

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    Users review

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    Users comments for OLYMPUS Image Share

    Paint S

    by Paint S

    Jan 17, 2018  |  "Poor"

    The app now sucks! Please UPDATE it! I'm using Samsung S8 and S7 and I cannot select photos to import. ("Select all" works but who the heck wants to do that?) Sometimes the photos are not even shown in "Import Photos". PLEASE! I need this app to be updated so I can use my Olympus with peace!

    kiko Oonji

    by kiko Oonji

    Jan 16, 2018  |  "OK"

    What's wrong with this app????!!!! It worked perfectly fine until recently it would load only 3-4 photos and that's It!! I even turned off my camera and restart my phone, it didn't work. I also uninstalled the app and reinstall, still didn't work. VERY FRUSTRATED!!!!

    Dzul Tahar

    by Dzul Tahar

    Jan 15, 2018  |  "Poor"

    Cant open at all..useless apps

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jan 13, 2018  |  "Awesome"

    Great app!

    Ana Marzo

    by Ana Marzo

    Jan 13, 2018  |  "Poor"

    It's 2018 and this app is still unusable! Can't transfer pictures from my omd em10 m2, looks like olympus isn't reading user feedbacks ?

    Luke Howard

    by Luke Howard

    Jan 12, 2018  |  "Good"

    Well, to start with the ok bits: transfer usually works, and is useful if you use Share Order in the camera to pre-select the photos you want; remote is useful, esp with an electronic zoom lens; we, that's it. On the downside: - the WiFi connection can be tricky (phones & tablets will always prefer a WiFi with internet do may refuse to connect) and slow; - obv while your WiFi is tied up with the camera your internet connection must be 3g or 4g so the 'share' option will be slow and possibly expensive - renaming files is REALLY stupid: loses the (excellent unique and info-rich) names created by the camera, fills in sequence gaps so your new photos cannot be sorted by name, will give duplicate names if you have moved pics into folders... Almost worth messing about with USB cables and otg smartphone apps or iPad card readers just to avoid this NONSENSE - I like using 'share order' to pre-select the photos to transfer to phone, but I hate the way it then clears the selection from the camera My old Canon G12 with an EyeFi card did this better! Come on, Olympus, get this fixed!