Using Flucard for PENTAX with K-3 Q&A - Part 1
Q： Remote Control capability by use of the O-FC1 (Flucard for PENTAX) is available for which PENTAX camera models?
A：Currently, the Flucard for PENTAX offers remote control capability with the PENTAX K-3 and PENTAX 645Z cameras.
Q：What functions are available when the O-FC1 is used in a PENTAX DSLR other than the K-3?
A：It is possble to view captured images in the communication device.
Q：What are the software requirements of the communication device to operate with the O-FC1?
A：Android OS 4.2 or higher, Chrome browser IOS 6 or higher, Safari browser
Note: the O-FC1 is not guaranteed to work with all types of devices
Q：Which image format can be transferred?
A：Only images that are saved in JPEG format can be transferred.
Q：Is it possible to monitor videos during recording with the O-FC1?
Q：What is the storage capacity of current O-FC1 memory cards?
Q：Which Wi-Fi memory cards offer the ability to transfer images from the K-3 other than the O-FC1?
A：An Eye-Fi card with a built-in wireless LAN function can be used to transfer images, but will not offer the Remote Control cabability of the O-FC1 (Flucard for PENTAX).
Q：Can the O-FC1 be used in either memory card slots 1 or memory card slot 2 in the K-3?
A：Yes, but the wireless functions will only be available when the card is used in memory card slot 2.
Q：Can the O-FC1 be protected so it will only operate wirelessly in a single device?
A：Yes, it can be protected by a network key and SSID.
Note: If you are using in the (K-3)-compatible cameras, SSID / network key is stored in the camera.If you are using a non-compatible cameras, SSID / network key is stored in the card.