Excerpt: Haha, doesn't sound very funny because it doesn't rhyme. Nevertheless the card works fine in my Canon 5D Mark III. also in my Fuji X-Pro1. I would've bought a larger size, like 32GB, but 16GB was all they had available at BH Photo.
Excerpt: I recently bought a new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200, which is (I think) a fabulous just below professional level camera. My only complaint is that it did not have built in Wi-Fi to transfer my images to my computer. So I was excited when I heard about the Eye-Fi memory card, which seemed to make my camera perfect—at least for me.
Excerpt: We use these Eye-Fi card in several Pentax digital camera throughout our veterinary practice. We wirelessly upload pictures to the appropriate files for viewing by doctors. They have made the process much quicker and simpler.
Excerpt: Serves a purpose but like I said don't throw away your card reader. I'm 30 yrs old and good with consumer tech products. Here are my experience's with the pro x2. I initially used the pro x2 to transfer photo's over my home wifi network from my dslr to my computer with poor results. The transfers took forever (a few minutes per 5/mb jpeg). The photo transfers took so long my dslr battery would die most times. I had much better luck using the pro x2 in direct mode.
Excerpt: I use this to transfer my images when on the road to my mobile device to edit. This card is great for journalism work or for anyone doing publishing, you will need your images to get online ASAP and this is how you do it. It fits very well in my flow, as you travel anywhere in the world you dont need any wifi connection at all only from the card in your camera to your mobile wifi and there you have it straight to your device on the fly.