Excerpt: Just fantastic!!! I'll admit I was initially skeptical. Thought it a gimmick, but I love it. I bought an 8GB and now this one to beef up my storage. Could not be any easier to use. Might take a moment to set up, but be patient, you'll be thrilled you did it.
Excerpt: The card has this complication of being very slow transferring files to the computer specially in large sizes and of course in RAW files. In a photoshooting it is definitively not an advantage. I bouth it thinking it was going to save me time and it definitively cannot.
Cons: Not Functional, Not Univadapter Friendly, Slow Transfering Big File
Excerpt: I used this with my Canon 5D Mark II and 16 GB X Pro Eye-Fi memory cards when my client wanted me to be able to live-upload. I admit I was a bit skeptical, but this worked. It also works with normal SD cards. Make sure to carefully slide in the SD card and that it's all the way in.
Excerpt: After reading some of the negative reviews I almost didn't get this card but I am glad that I did. It works and does a decent job transferring pictures from my 7D ii to my iPad. I only transfer selected jpegs to the iPad for review while shooting, it's much easier to see how things are looking on...
Excerpt: I currently use this card in my Nikon D5200 dslr. I also have one of the original Eye-fi cards in my Pentax K10D dslr. My 3rd card is an Eye-fi Mobi card which is useful for instantly sending photos to my cell phone or tablet for sharing on the social networks. It is used in both cameras.
Pros: Convenience, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Reliable
Excerpt: I got this card to use with a cf adapter card for my canon 5d Mark II. I wanted to shoot direct to my Ipad for clients to view. It took a while for me to actually set up a network after plugging into my computer ( by the way, the software that comes with it is terrible, especially the app for the...
Cons: Bad Software, Difficult To Use, Not Functional
Excerpt: I doubt that this thing would be good for anyone. It took an hour to download 40 pics with the camera three inches away from my brand new laptop (Asus G751). Has a range of ten feet at best when it wasn't dropping the connection. The setup was a guess-fest. The website was no help.
Cons: Difficult To Use, Not Functional, Poor Design