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Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SDHC Class 10 Wireless Memory Card, Frustration Free Packaging (MOBI-16-FF) CURRENT MODEL

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16 GB
Frustration-Free Packaging
  • MOBI-16 is ready to use, just like any SDHC memory card
  • Simple activation code pairs your mobile device to your Mobi SD card
  • Wireless network not required to transfer photos from your Mobi SD card to your wireless iPhone, iPad or Android device
  • Shoot HD video and fast action shots thanks to Class 10 read and write speeds
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Compatible with thousands of cameras, likely including one you already own

Frequently Bought Together

Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SDHC Class 10 Wireless Memory Card, Frustration Free Packaging (MOBI-16-FF) CURRENT MODEL + SD-CF II: SD to CF Type II Adapter (Supports SDHC MMC) + Eye-Fi 16GB Pro X2 SDHC Class 10 Wireless Flash Memory Card Frustration Free Packaging EYE-FI-16PC-FF
Price for all three: $158.98

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Technical Details

Capacity: 16 GB | Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging

Product Details

Capacity: 16 GB | Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CS4WPHC
  • Item model number: MOBI-16-FF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (309 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 2, 2013

Product Description

Capacity: 16 GB | Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging

Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SDHC Card

The Quality of Your Digital Camera Meets the Power of Your Mobile Apps

Thanks to best-in-class technology and built-in WiFi, Mobi delivers photos from your digital camera directly into your iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire or Android camera roll. Exceptional Class 10 performance captures HD video, low light and fast action shots, while built-in WiFi instantly transfers them to your favorite mobile device. It's as easy as saying "cheese!"

Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SD Card
Get Set Up in Seconds
  1. Put the Eye-Fi Mobi card in your camera.
    Your Eye-Fi card is ready to use - just like any SDHC memory card.
  2. Install the Eye-Fi app on your mobile device
    Download the free Eye-Fi app to your iPhone, iPad or Android mobile device. Launch the app and enter the code found on the back of the SD card case.
  3. Take your first photo
    Watch the magic as your photo appears on your mobile device, in full resolution. Now your best photos & videos are instantly saved and ready to edit or share.
Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SD Card
How Does It Work?

The Eye-Fi team built WiFi technology right into the Mobi card, giving you the power to wirelessly transfer photos from your digital camera directly into your iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire or Android camera roll. A simple activation code pairs your mobile devices to your Mobi SD card, ensuring a secure connection and safe transfer of your photos and videos. No need to remove the card from your camera. No need to be on a wireless network. Mobi creates its own wireless network to connect directly to your mobile device, anywhere your camera takes you.

Share High Quality Shots

Don't settle for less; share your best digital camera shots. All your photos & videos land in your device's photo roll, ready to use with your favorite apps like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Works with Your Camera

Mobi works with your existing camera* just like regular SDHC cards. Shoot HD video and fast action shots thanks to Class 10 read and write speeds. Check Eye-Fi's website for compatibility.

Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SD Card
Eye-Fi Connected

Eye-Fi cards are compatible with thousands of cameras, very likely including the one you already own. But, a variety of popular models from Canon, Nikon, Sony and other well-known brands have integrated additional Eye-Fi technology to improve your overall experience.

Cameras with the Eye-Fi Connected logo signify an improved user experience and, in some cases, advanced features. Eye-Fi connected cameras can detect when an Eye-Fi card is being used and most of these cameras will stay powered on until the photo & video uploads are complete, have an on screen icon signaling transfer activity and provide the ability to enable or disable Eye-Fi card WiFi via the camera menu. Some camera models will even identify which photos & videos have already been uploaded with an on-screen icon.

Eye-Fi Mobi 16GB SD Card

System Requirements

  • SDHC compatible camera
  • WiFi enabled smartphone or tablet with either iOS or Android

Technical Highlights

  • Class 10 SDHC performance
  • Built-in WiFi for photo & video transfer from camera to mobile device
  • 16GB SDHC Memory (up to 8000 photos or 6 hours of video depending on camera model, file resolution and other factors)
  • WiFi transfer image support: jpeg
  • WiFi transfer video support (under 2GB per file): .mpg, .mov, .flv, .wmv, .avi, .mp4, .mts, .m4v, .3gp
  • Read/write support: all file types, including RAW
  • Latest security standards (improved WPA2-PSK plus static WEP 64/128 and WPA-PSK)

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use the camera I already own?

Eye-Fi wireless SD cards are compatible with thousands of cameras from the most popular and well-known brands. For specific compatibility information, visit Eye-Fi's website.

Is Mobi really that easy to set up?

Yes. On the back of the Mobi card case is a unique activation code. Simply install the Eye-Fi app on your compatible iPhone, iPad or Android device and enter the code when prompted.

Do videos upload wirelessly too?

Absolutely. WiFi transfer supports many types of video files (each under 2GB per file), including .mpg, .mov, .flv, .wmv, .avi, .mp4, .mts, .m4v, .3gp

Is the WiFi upload secure?

Once paired to your device, the wireless network that the Mobi card creates is encrypted with WPA2 security and a unique (to each SD card) password. As long as you don't share that password, the transfer is fully secure.

Will Mobi upload content to my computer too?

Mobi connects your camera directly to a smartphone or tablet. To transfer photos & videos wirelessly to a desktop, try the Eye-Fi Pro X2 wireless SD card.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I have contacted Eye-Fi's help support through e-mail.
Daren
In some cases, I transferred them to the iPad with minutes of taking them, so I could send pictures to friends or family while I was at places like Pike's Peak.
King Henderson
Mobi transfers photos to my IPhone & iPad quickly with no complicated setup.
S. Landry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Charles Zelnick on October 3, 2013
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free PackagingSize Name: 8 GB Verified Purchase
There is no way to plug your camera into the Kindle Fire HD and directly download pictures wihout using a computer. This presents a problem when travelilng. Who wants to lug a laptop when hiking?

I bought this for a trip to Wales. We took over 900 pictures. At the end of each day, I turned on the Kindle, and turned on wireless. opened the Eye-Fi app which you can download free from the Kindle App Store.
Turned on my Canon PS SD750, and after awhile, all the days pictures would upload into the Kindle. From there I could edit and upload to Picasaweb or email to friends whenever we got in Wifi range.

A few tricks- I turned the camera's "time out" off, otherwise after 2-3 minutes it would power down and stop the upload. Also, be patient, it sometimes takes 5-10 minutes for the camera and Kindle to sync up- this took longer the more pictures I had uploaded, I wondered if it had to reconcile and count the number of pictures already uploaded to avoid duplicates? Anyway, I would set it up, go take a shower, and come back and usually it would be done.

When I got home, discovered that the Mobi card was not read by the USB of my older Win Vista computer- (although it was recognized by the USB of my wifes laptop). but I emailed Eye-Fi and they sent an adapter within 3 days; Th is worked great, and I was impressed by the technical support and the forums online (where I got the timeout trick above).

Overall, if you travel with your Kindle and camera, you need this card.
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203 of 242 people found the following review helpful By Pandu saMson on June 5, 2013
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 8 GB Verified Purchase
Worked like a charm!!! Pretty easy to configure [ Canon 5D Mark III & iPhone5 ]
1. Install the app from [ www.Eye.fi/mobi ] to your smart phone.
2. Enter the activation code provide on the back of the card's case [don't loose this code].
- This prompts to install an unsigned profile on your phone. You can simply proceed.
3. Insert the card into your camera
- Make sure, "Eye-Fi Settings" is Enabled in your camera's Menu [ In my 5D Mark III, it is set to 'disabled' by default ]
- Note: This setting is ONLY shown when you insert an Eye-Fi card into the camera.
4. Take few pics with the cam.
5. In your iPhone ->settings-> WiFi -> you should see something like "Eye-Fi Card 60****". Connect to this network.
6. Open the app on you iPhone. And that's it!!! You see all the images getting downloaded to your device.

Note:
1. I have both JPG and RAW files getting stored on my card. But the card pushes only the JPG files to my phone [ which is what I wanted].
2. You do not have the option of selecting the images you want to be pushed [i.e., all the images will get pushed to your mobile. so be watchful]
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Garza on September 9, 2013
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free PackagingSize Name: 8 GB Verified Purchase
I wasn't thrilled with the fact that the only way this works is by sending *every* picture to your phone, but once I realized how fast it does it and that it doesn't seem to have a noticeable impact on either the camera's or the phone's battery, I got OK with it. (And, if you think about it, allowing you to pick which pictures to transfer between the devices would probably add a lot of complexity and confusion...)

One small oddity is that you can't insert this card into an SD card reader and transfer the photos and videos to your computer or whatever; the only way to use it is via wifi and the app. Not sure why that is, and I wish it weren't the case, but that's what it is.
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198 of 248 people found the following review helpful By Sacratomato VINE VOICE on June 9, 2013
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 8 GB Verified Purchase
Built for a social network world, the Mobi is almost there feature wise. This review is based upon usage with a IPad Mini.

Pro's

Very easy to setup. I've read that this wasn't always the case with Eye-Fi cards. Insert the SD card in the camera. Start the Eye-Fi app, type in the access code (only needed during the first log-in) and it's up and running. It's easier to do than to type the steps required.

Down loading photos is a quick and easy process.

Con's

The card loses wi-fi connectivity at random times. This may be a "feature" to save battery drain if the card is not used for X number of minutes. I had to remove the card and re-insert it to regain the connection.

There is no way to select which photos to transfer from the card to the IPad. They all come tumbling out. Imagine a day at Disney World, taking photos from breakfast with Mickey to the last firework display over the park. Then imagine the Eye-Fi card automatically downloading ALL of them to your Ipad. How much free space do you have? We only wanted to download certain pictures to post on the social networks and that's not possible at this time. If only in version 2.0, we could see thumbnails of the photos and select which ones to download.
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63 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Colin Brown VINE VOICE on July 31, 2013
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free PackagingSize Name: 16 GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I was looking forward to getting the Eye-Fi Mobi SDHC card as I could see a lot of uses for it, especially being able to transfer photographs onto my ipad whilst travelling for some quick touch up work.

Use is very easy, insert into your camera, download the app onto your tablet, phone, computer etc. (there is software available for most devices), type in the code that is on the plastic protective container the card comes in and start shooting. Setup takes under 10 minutes (depending on the speed of your internet connection).

The software for the phone (tested on an android device) appears to be more intelligent that the software for the iPad. The phone will automatically pick up the cards wifi signature and lock on when you start the software. On the iPad, you need to go into settings and actually select the card from the list of available wifi hotspots.
Once locked on, every shot you take will be automatically transferred to your device (or multiple devices if you like).

Now this presents a problem. Every single shot you take is transferred, so you may soon find that you have run out of available space on your receiving device. I'm hoping that there will be an update to this soon so that only thumbnails are transferred to your device and then you can choose exactly which shots you really want to transfer (the thumbnails being deleted from your device when you exit the program).

Transfers from the card to your device are quite fast with a photograph taking just a few seconds to transfer (varying with the size of image your camera takes of course). The card itself is a class 10 so speedy enough for most uses and cameras and with 16Gb there is a fair amount of space for pictures.
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