Along with yesterday's announcement of the D5 and D500, Nikon also announced a new solution for transferring images from the camera to iPhone and Android. SnapBridge will be coming with the D500 (not D5) will use Bluetooth along with Wi-Fi for transferring images.
Nikon already has Wi-Fi built in to a few cameras for image transfer (D7200, D750) and a few others can use an adaptor. The current app is Wireless Mobile Utility ("WMU"). Do you think that SnapBridge will replace WMU? Will it work with the older cameras? The current WMU app seems buggy, unfinished and outdated. I often experience issues with connectivity and transfer and the feature set is limited. It would be great if the SnapBridge app would replace WMU.