Summary: This Eye-Fi is a must have for anyone who owns a digital camera. Very easy to set up (less than 5 minutes) and works flawlessly. Takes all the hassle out of transferring your photos to your computer and websites such as Facebook, Snapfish, etc. Highly recommend!
Summary: EyeFi should be more popular considering what a great item it is. All of my friends and family are amazed by it. It moves images and video seamlessly over my wireless N network. It is super fast and it has never botched one transfer, out of hundreds. You don't even have to think about it. They just upload automatically when your PC is on and available on the network. If you have a digital camera that accepts SD you should have one of these cards.
Just started using it but so far it is living up to expectations.
3 September 2013
Summary: Living up to advertising and my expectations! Bought it for a Doxie Scanner but am using it in my camera instead. Makes it easy to download photos to computer and managing the chip space in the camera.
Summary: I'm able to transfer my pictures via WiFi to my iPad/iPhone from my basic digital camera which doesn't have this built-in feature. Also, able to print directly from the memory card to a printer. Setup was a little cumbersome but the WiFi support centre talked me through it - no problem.
Summary: This review is relatively in depth, but you can read the last paragraph for an overview. I used this card in my Nikon D7000 (DSLR). I LOVE THIS PRODUCT! I'll tell you why: when I bought this, my main purpose was to be able to upload the occasional photo to my phone from my camera in order to upload that picture from my phone to facebook/instagram/etc. It does this perfectly. THE BAD REVIEWS SAY...
Summary: I have two independent security cameras with motion detection sensing. They capture a 20 second video when alarmed and transfer the data to an SDHC card. In order to few any of the video's, I hade to manually remove the SDHC cards, load them the files on my computer to few them. I also have a wireless router, used exclusively for internet access.
Summary: i hook this up to my Samsung Galaxy S3. when i finish a shoot i upload the photos i like to my dropbox and send a link to clients. it definitely is not as fast as shooting tethered to Lightroom but its wireless. the setup took a little bit of reading but i got through it.