I’ve purchased a bluetooth dongle (similar to usb thumbdrive but smaller). Question: I’ve got a Sony camera with built in bluetooth (Sony ZV-1F vlogging camera). Will I be able to pair this with the computer and possibly transfer photo’s or video’s instead of a USB cable connnect to the camera? I thought I’d give this a try by purchasing one of these for this very purpose. I was able to pair it with my samsung cell phone but would that would give me ‘cloud’ storage up to 5 gig. I was thinking this would be a quicker means to transfer video to computer without the hassle of a USB cable (which is faster I’m sure). Any thought’s or idea’s would be welcome.
I don’t know why you think it would be faster. Bluetooth 5.0 can only transfer at 50 Mbps (megabits per second).
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I don’t think I suggested it was faster than a usb cable connection. . . . I know that. I was looking at the possibility of not having to remove the memory card or constantly using a micro usb connection that can possibly wear out in the camera. That’s the premise I was suggesting. Maybe it could be another method without all of the wired connections and removal and insertion of the memory card. . . . Not as fast in downloading but still effective without the wear and tear of cable connections etc.