Excerpt: I used this to activate the Wi-Fi in my Mark III. It was very easy to just install, download the app to my iPhone and they connected! I have used it to transfer photos to my phone while still out shooting and sending to a friend. Have only had it a short while but so far no problems.
Excerpt: I shoot mainly RAW however I needed something to I could post my photos instantly to my Social Media sites. I purchased the smallest Eye-fi I could find because I was just going to have my camera (Nikon) save jpeg to the SD card while the RAW files went onto my CF card.
Excerpt: So happy with my eyefi card! Works so well with my Nikon D7000 and my iPhone, I'm very pleased. I do wish I could select which pictures I send to the phone, but haven't figured out a way to do that. That's the only negative.
Excerpt: I was looking for a cheap way to do a live wireless transmission from my Nikon d7000 to my iPad and iPhone so customer and students can review my work as soon as I go shooting. It is just amazing how quick it transfers the photographies, all my customers and my students are just amazed with this...
Pros: Allow Multiple Connection, Easy To Use, Fast transfer
Cons: Losses Connection, Not Easy First Time Setup
Excerpt: I tried the eye-fi app for a camera without built-in wifi and found it fell far short of my expectations. Unlike most apps you cannot select the photos you wish to transfer, instead all photos start to transfer when you connect.
Excerpt: Once I learned how to link to phone and turn it on the WIFI worked great and the card performed as well as any SD card I have owned. It allowed me to take much better photos than a phone camera would and then send them to family while still on vacation without a computer to download photos to for...
Excerpt: Setup was fairly easy, and it worked right from the start. Well, once I read the instructions... It was a bit slow to establish a wifi connection while in Midtown Manhattan, but works like a charm in the boondocks.