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. These cards work well, the software is very good, and the convenience of downloading your photos to your computer or mobile device without removing them from your cameras is awesome.
Pros: Convenience, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Reliable
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.
Excerpt: I use this for my photography business. Clients get a feel of the shots we take by using my ipad to show them. Its a great tool also for my wedding clients where Im able to capture key shots that we could use on our Facebook to do instant update during client wedding.
Excerpt: We've been Eye-Fi users for a few years and it's something that separates us from the pack for small commercial work. Other photographers get bogged down trying to tether their camera to a laptop, our images simply transmit from their own WIFI source to an iPad for the art director to review. It's fast, getting more and more reliable all the time (it was a little fussy for a while with connectivity, but those bugs have been worked out it seems).
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: 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.