I am new to this forum, and I thought I would take the time to ask some of the questions that I have had for quite some time, but have never asked... I am a young photojournalist near the beginning of my career, and I would like to know how AP, getty or staff photographers for large publications transmit their images from remote locations. What programs, computers, equipment do they use to trasmit photos from desolate areas, potentially without electricity, satellite coverage, etc to their photo editors in real time? I have recent learned of the Nikon D2H digital SLR's capability of remote transmission, but what exactly does this mean? Is this function similar to that of a bluetooth chip mobile phone that is able to send information via laser? And finally, how do sports photographers operate the cameras placed in strategic locations, such as above basketball backboards or on NFL fieldgoal posts? Thank you very much for your time in reading my posting. I look forward to your responses. Have a great day and weekend!