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Capacity: 32 GB | Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
Use the Eyefi Mobi WiFi SD card and apps, to send your pictures from your camera to your favorite iOS (Apple), Android or Kindle device as you take them. With Eyefi Cloud - a private, photo-centric cloud service – make those high-quality shots instantly available on any Web-enabled device within seconds of being captured. No more swapping cards, no cables and no e-mailing photos to yourself to view on your tablet, TV desktop or smartphone. *USA Units Sales (NPD 2013)
With Eyefi Mobi you can easily add the benefits of instant photo transfer without the expense of purchasing a new camera. Eyefi Mobi works like a regular SDHC card, works in most cameras and includes built-in WiFi that pairs your camera to your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac so you can take photos and videos and watch them appear instantly.
Simply install the Eyefi Mobi card, download the free app, start taking photos and watch them appear. It’s that easy.
With Eyefi Mobi, important details such as date, time, event, location are captured immediately rather than after the fact when details are forgotten. The Eyefi Mobi mobile app automatically organizes, groups and sorts your photos as you take them so you don't have to. Build your own albums, or add specific tags. With an Eyefi Cloud membership, any organization you create is automatically synced to all your devices. No sifting through hundreds of photos to find the one you want.
Take a picture and it's instantly available on all your other devices. With an Eyefi Cloud membership, your entire photo collection is in sync, at your fingertips and ready for whatever you have in mind. Not only are photos in sync on every device, but the albums and tags stay in sync too. Every photo is accessible whenever and wherever you want — even offline.
Share to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter via the free Eyefi Mobi mobile app or, as a member of the Eyefi Cloud, share photos through a secure, unique link-back to individual shots or albums online. Your friends and family won't need to create new accounts or log-in just to view them. Automatic notification alerts them when new photos are added.
Eyefi Mobi works with most cameras and a variety of popular camera models from Canon, Nikon, Sony and other well-known brands include additional integrated Eyefi technology to improve your overall experience. These connected cameras detect when an Eyefi card is being used and 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 Eyefi card WiFi via the camera menu. To learn more about the Eyefi Connected and the Eyefi product go to eyefi. com.
It works great to transfer pictures to our phones or Kindle Fire.
With the Eye-Fi Mobi card, I can take photos on the go with my nice camera, and instantly share them, because they are already on my phone!
And each time the connection drops, I have to get back into "settings" on the iPad and re-establish it.
Clever idea. Bad implementation. Tried for days to get it to work consistently with my Nikon D7000 (which Eye-Fi says is supported) but I could never get reliable transfer to my... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Albert Nurick
The housing for this card is breaking down more and more. A corner of the plastic broke off and the housing has split in half. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Jewell E. Green
Got a chance to use this card on my latest vacation. It worked flawlessly transferring pictures from my Nikon D3200 to my iPhone to upload to Facebook. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Bob Mattson
Works quite well. I already had the older x2 connect which I use at trade shows to take attendee’s pictures and “instantly” print on a template with information about us. Read morePublished 2 days ago by cgreg
Worked like a charm. No problems transferring pictures to a Kindle while traveling....the Kindle does not have an SD card slot.............yetPublished 2 days ago by Dana R Pizarro