Excerpt: Very easy to setup. I use the Andriod version to transfer files from my Olympus EM5, seems more reliable to use than my wife's iPhone version. Very pleased with the wireless file transfer. This card supports these formats: jpg, raw, and movie files.
Excerpt: I use this card for real estate photography for a wireless connection to my laptop for larger previews of photographs. Takes about 8 minutes to set up the laptop so images will start to show on Lightroom, as the Eye-Fi card has to first connect, then download a test image, then you have to delete the test image and point Lightroom to the proper file. The larger previews on the laptop allow me to better judge the quality of the shots that I am taking.
Excerpt: I purchased this to use with my Olympus e-PL5 and although I've yet to have complete success integrating the two, I have been able to use the card in other ways, and the problem does not seem to be on it's end. It's pretty cool what this card can do, and at the time I was researching it, it seemed by far the most feature rich of the wifi capable SD cards.
Excerpt: This is a great product. I use it inside a Canon 5d MII to send jpgs and raws to a device for immediate vision. I tried it with all my macs devices, including desktop and laptop, ipad and iphone5s. It's working as declared. Jpg transmission is faster that raws, so i just send jpegs to iphone and ipad for sharing images online immediately. It changed the way i shoot images for social networks, and jobs.
Excerpt: I received the product and inserted it into my computer and followed the directions for installation and set up. The process went smoothly and I was even able to set it up so the images I took automatically imported into Lightroom. This is a great product and worked as promised. I now need to take a few pictures away from my network to see if that function works. So far very good product and imports with raw images very well.
Excerpt: I bought this SD card for a PR job I was shooting that required I email photos to their team as the event progressed. There was no wi-fi network available, so buying the Eye-Fi card was a no-brainer. Tether my iPhone to my Nikon, set the camera to record medium jpeg to the Eye-Fi (for immediate social media usage) and RAW files to my CF card (for backup), and I was good to go.The problem was that the connection between the card and my iPhone wold drop every time my...
Pros: Amazing Technology, Very handy
Cons: Buggy software, Difficult To Use, Unreliable
Excerpt: I bought this as a way to tether my camera to a display device — iPad — to facilitate my digital photography workflow. But the fact of the matter is that it took 20 seconds to display a JPG image, even longer for a RAW image, to display on my own wi-fi network (read: not a lot of traffic). The better solution is to hardwire my camera to the iPad — faster and easier to set up.