Summary: I am using this card with a Nikon D 5000, and an iMac, iPad and iPhone. It works as advertised. I also have apple tv, I can shoot, then view them on the big screen using home shairing. 12 mp upload time is less than 5 seconds per photo, using apple airport extreme wifi. In short it's very cool.
Pros: Fast wireless transfer.
Cons: Set up may take a little bit of effort for beginners. well worth it.
Memory Card Great - BestBuy Employees Not As Great
1 October 2013
Summary: I went into Besy Buy to purchase a new camera for an upcoming Europe trip. I was helped by a sales person who recommended the NIKON - Coolpix S6200 Black 16.0-Megapixel Digital Camera. She was also going to Europe and recommended the Eye-Fi products. Because I wanted to upload photos while on the trip she recommended the wireless mobile card.
Pros: wireless transfer
Cons: wireless transfer not always compatible with cameras
Summary: I got this to transfer photos to my iPad while at events for my business and spent some time on it and could not get the photos to transfer. I have been using these cards for about 3 years now and have had mediocre results. I have worked with support in the past but could not fix the issue I was having. I have not talked to support yet on this particular issue as I have not had the time to spend to do it yet.
Pros: ease to transfer images to a computer and photo site.
Summary: The cards are great, the cheap USB reader that comes with it (which is necessary to configure the wireless on the card) is a piece of junk. The first eye-fi card I got was DOA right out of the box. The USB reader never powered on when plugged into a PC or a mac. The second card I got the reader worked fine the first 3 times I had to use it. The fourth time it died. No power.
Summary: This little jewel works like a charm in my Sony NEX 5 camera.It simply does exactly what it is supposed to do: transfer my RAW files to a specific folder on a specified drive (internal or external). Setup is a piece of cake, a no-brainer. Transfer times are very fast. The only thing I wish it could do that it don't,is work within a SD/CF adapter so I could use it in my Canon 7D.
Pros: Backup your photos via Eye-Fi app for android or iOS
Cons: You need to check with their website to verify if your camera is supported before purchase
Summary: These are a little high priced but I bought it on sale and I'm glad I did. I don't even need to connect my camera (Nikon DSLR 3100) to my computer or ever even take the memory card out of my camera at all.
Summary: This card works just like a regular memory card with the extra plus of being able to wirelessly upload your photos to your iPhone (or similar device) no matter where you are. It's called DIRECT mode and you do not need to be in a wireless spot. It creates it's own wireless spot. So if you are traveling and want to post pictures on Facebook you can transfer them from your camera directly to your phone and then onto FB (relying on your phone's connectivity).
great for copying photos from my camera to my Android phone
10 November 2012
Summary: I use this card for copying JPEG photos from my camera to my Android smartphone. This allows me to email photos immediately in the field via my phone's data connection, without having to plug the card in to my laptop and search for a WiFi hotspot. This is great for journalists, travelers, or just heavy Facebook or Instagram users.