Wireless Transfer from Cameras Made Possible By Eye-Fi

November 21, 2009 | By | Reply More

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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Eye-Fi. All opinions are 100% mine.

Transferring photos and videos from your camera can be a hassle especially if you can’t find the right USB cable at home or somehow forgot to bring it along with you on a leisure trip or conference and you need your photos uploaded online right away for live blogging.

In these situations, you definitely need a medium that would help you do the job efficiently without the added clutter. You don’t necessarily need to be a professional photographer in order to use an Eye-Fi card, a wireless SD memory card that allows seamless transfer of image and video files from your camera to your PC via its built-in Wi-Fi.

Eye-Fi enables streamlined file uploading capability from camera to PC or from camera to file sharing sites like Flickr and social networks like Facebook, respectively without the need of a computer by simply having an SDHC capable camera and a wireless router.

Wireless SD memory cards like this revolutionizes the way data are transferred from one point to another which means that we’ll be saying goodbye to USB cables anytime soon should memory card manufacturers make a 360-degree turn into this development.

Would you spare the cable or adopt the wireless?

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