Excerpt: In a perfect world the app would load fast and let me ignore DNG files, thereby speeding up JPG display. But this isn't a perfect world and a wifi SD card is a bridge to offer wifi on a camera. Which is nifty, awesome and somewhat useful for all your hashtag sharing. Download Toshiba config tool for your pc or mac to speed up customization of network info. Worked on both Leica M9 and M240.
Excerpt: I was skeptical about the amount of time to make it work. Set up almost immediately with my IPad and then with my HP PC. No complaints or difficulties. Photos dowload quickly, eliminating the need to connect the camera to the computer for downloading.
Excerpt: This card hangs in the SD slot in my Nikon D7000 camera and does not make connection with the pins to allow an electrical connection. The card must be pulled out a little to make connection and it will occasionally work. Since it hangs in the slot (never had a memory card to do this before) I will be removing it and never inserting it again. Do NOT WANT TO RUIN THE MEMORY SLOT IN MY CAMERA.
Excerpt: I bought this for use with my Canon 60D. I prefer to use this camera at family gatherings and fun events, but I often find myself stopping to pull out my phone and snap at least one pic that I can share quickly with friends and family. With the Toshiba FlashAir, I can focus on taking the pics with my preferred camera and then when there's a break in the action or fun, I can pull out my phone, connect to the SD card and share a pic or too.
Excerpt: If you intend to use this to retrieve pictures with a smartphone, e.g. when you are in the street, it is very useful. You can select the pictures you want and download them to your phone using the app. But Toshiba didn't mind making an app to do this from a laptop PC or Mac. In this case you have to remove the SD card from the camera and insert it in your laptop, in the classic way.
Summary: Very good product. Card is fast and has a lot of space, compared to some of the competition. Works as advertised, if you understand it's limitations. Can be slow on transferring very large images, for example 16 Mpx jpeg. Works great for jpegs scaled in-camera to 6 Mpx, which is what you would normally try to upload anywhere online. Uploading 16 Mpx or larger doesn't make much sense, because it will take forever in any case.
Excerpt: This Wireless SD Card works exactly how it says. With quick transfers and a large GB, this has become my go-to card when paired with the CF adapter into my Canon camera. Any issues I have don't come with the card, but rather with the mobile app. It's very cumbersome to connect via the built-in WiFi as multiple attempts need to be enacted each time. But once it finally connects, it's nearly instantaneous to be able to access the photos online.
Pros: Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: I bought this in my 5DMKIII to Tweet a small jpg image at the shoot location and transmit the images to my iPhone for client review. When it when it works, it works great. But only wokrs about 50% of the time. Played with it for three weeks and cannot determine the cause of the intermittent failure. It's frustrating. Another issue it the write speed, it slows down my process a bit.