Olympus has included built-in WiFi on the Olympus OM-D E-M1. This is a new feature from the predecessor E-M5 model. The latest version of the Olympus PEN cameras (E-P5) also features built in Wi-Fi.
Olympus has created iOS and Android versions of its Olympus Image Share app to utilize the WiFi features of the Olympus OM-D E-M1. However, there doesn’t appear to be a solution to connect the WiFi to a laptop or desktop computer at this time.
The Olympus Image Share app currently has the following features.
The Remote Control feature allows you to remotely control and take photos with the camera over WiFi. The app controls many of the basic functions of the camera including: shooting mode, shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, ISO, white balance, and sequential shooting / self timer.
The app also has the ability to display photos on the SD card in the camera and transfer them to your mobile device.
The photo editing function lets you edit photos on your mobile devices. The editing features include art filters and the ability to add a signature to the photo.
The Geotagging feature adds location data to your photo by using the GPS information from your phone. Logging must be switched on in the app to record location information.
The app matches time stamps in the geotagging log with photos on the camera in order to add the location information to the photos. Turning on the logging in the Olympus Image Share App will also drain your cell phone battery faster.