Pros: This is a 8GB SD card with WiFi connectivity. While the card is in your camera it can send the pictures you take or the videos you record to your laptop/tablet/phone/desktop over WiFi. The included USB adapter can be left at home.
Cons: Does not work with all cameras. Make sure you check on the manufacturers website that your is before buying.
Cons: What the heck is this thing? Looks like a card reader, but is it a card reader combined with a wifi dongle? Why on earth would such a thing cost $40? What standards does it support? NEED MORE DETAILS
Summary: There is an android app for this, but it asks for a serial number off of the card. I never found this serial number. So far I haven't been able to send anything to my phone with it. My network at home is 802.11ac, it would be awesome if this card support those speeds.
Pros: It was free with my camera. Very easy to set up and use. Easiest way to send pics from a camera to a computer.
Cons: It's standard SD size (my camera uses microSD, but it wouldn't be a con with other cameras) Only works if a wiFi hub is available. (This is expected, but sometimes inconvenient) However I was able to send pictures to my laptop using a hotel based WiFi network.
Summary: I am satisfied with this product but with caveats! This produced used on an Olympus EP3 works well with my Sony handset but does not work well with another handset I have being a Samsung. I am not sure if it is the Wifi connection I have, but I don't think so! I think the receiver on my Samsung does not function as well as my sony using this card. But when it does work...its awesome!
Summary: I bought this product to assist my wife get the pictures on her camera onto her PC without any intervention from myself. the card works well, however I found that the setting up instructions could be a bit more detailed and explicit, even though I have had reasonable computer experience. Also the instructions on the web site could also be a little more user friendly. There are also issues with the card freezing on occasions.
Like the idea. Looking forward to the improvements.
11 July 2012
Summary: Using with a Panasonic GH2 and ManBook. Transfer is sluggish and programming is buggy, worked best impairing direct to iPhoto with all options,i.e. online sharing turned off. Make sure you camera has any sleep modes deactivated. I like the idea but it has a way to go.
Great product and Highly recommended for anyone with a camera!
22 January 2012
Summary: What a great little card. This thing can send your photos from your camera to your PC or iPhone or both and once transferred it can start to over-right the old files so you never run out of space. I have been using for a few weeks and love it, however this does not mean it does not have some problems. I am using this card in a Canon 60D, possibly these things are related purely to this camera.
Summary: This device lets you wirelessly transmit from a camera to web photo services, a computer or an ipad. Quite a useful product, particularly useful in Direct mode where it will upload directly to an iPad. However it is a little fiddly to get working in part because of the way wireless networking works on an iPad. It's also not instant. And has bugged out completely at one point, I ended up having to pull the SD card to get the camera to even start up.