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Eyefi 16GB Pro X2 SDHC Class 10 Wireless Flash Memory Card Frustration Free Packaging EYE-FI-16PC-FF

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  • 16GB storage capacity
  • Wirelessly transfer your photos (RAW and JPEG) and videos via Wi-Fi or via an ad hoc connection
  • Wi-Fi Security: Static WEP 64/128, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK Mac and PC Compatible
  • Wireless range of 90+ feet outdoors and 45+ feet indoors
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Product Details

Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Item Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • 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: B0090XWU8S
  • Item model number: EYE-FI-16PC-FF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (517 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2012

Product Description

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Eye-Fi Pro X2
The power of WiFi for the camera you love.

Eye-Fi Pro X2
Easily preview and edit images via WiFi.
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Eye-Fi Pro X2

Streamline Your Workflow with the Pro X2

Only the Pro X2 quickly and reliably delivers your high-quality images bit-for-bit to your computer, smartphone or tablet using built-in WiFi. That's right: Eye-Fi built a wireless transmitter right into an SDHC memory card, giving you the power to wirelessly transfer photos and videos to the device of your choice. And with ultra-fast Class 10 performance and 16GB capacity, the Pro X2 easily captures hours of HD video, low-light, and fast-action shots.

  • Ditch the Cable: Eliminate clumsy cables, reduce clutter, and get content where you want it as you shoot it.
  • Mobile Previews: Download free Eye-Fi iOS or Android apps to get photos and videos to your mobile device in near real-time. Instant, large format reviews means faster, more effective photo shoots, anywhere.
  • Use Your Own Tools: Desktop support means you organize, edit, and back up using the software and apps you already know and love.
  • Multi-platform: Works with Mac or Windows computers, and iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.
  • Convenience Factor: Works anywhere, anytime. Take it to the studio, family reunion, or on location.
  • Cloud Back-up: Optional integrated cloud back-up.

Wireless Raw File Uploads: Edit Like A Pro

The Eye-Fi Pro X2 not only wirelessly uploads JPEGs and video, but also RAW files. Whether you're a pro or not, now you can edit like one. You can even install watch folders to set Adobe's Lightroom or PhotoShop to automatically pull your RAW files and apply presets automatically. It's never been this easy to get your photos where you want them.

Eye-Fi Pro X2

Works With Your Camera

The Pro X2 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 www.eye.fi/cameras for compatibility.

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 and 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.

Requirements

  • SDHC-compatible digital camera
  • Computer with MAC OS 10.5 or later; Windows SP3/Vista/Win7
  • Wi-Fi router 802.11 b/g/n 2.4Ghz
  • Compatible iOS or Android device

Technical Highlights

  • Class 10 SDHC performance
  • Built-in WiFi for photo & video transfer from camera to connected 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,RAW
  • 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)
Eye-Fi Pro X2

What's in the Box

Eye-Fi Pro X2 16GB Wireless SDHC Memory Card; Eye-Fi Center Software for Windows & MAC OS X; Free Eye-Fi app for iOS and Android; USB card reader for set-up; and Set-up Guide.

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 www.eye.fi/cameras.

Does Pro X2 support RAW?

Yes. The card will support RAW over WiFi to your computer for faster processing using your own tools, like Adobe Lightroom.

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 Pro X2 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.

Which devices work with the Pro X2?

Connect the card to a home WiFi network to deliver images directly to a Mac or PC. When out of network range, the Pro X2 creates its own WiFi to deliver content to a smartphone or tablet.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So cool to have your pictures wirelessly transfer from your camera to your computer automatically once you get things set up.
Chuck
I had this happen many times having to turn on and off the phone or remove and replace the card to get the pictures to start downloading.
islandsound
After contacting Eye-Fi customer support found out software had to be downloaded from the Eye-Fi site yet no instructions to this affect.
Jeff Gallery

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

130 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Randall K. Faulkner on November 11, 2012
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This is my 3rd Eye-Fi... what I like about it is that as I am shooting a wedding, it will send my photos directly to my Android Tablet, which is connected to a large monitor (no computer needed) near the gifts table at the reception so that people can see a slide show of all the wedding shots within a few seconds of my shooting them! Plus, using the built in Wi-Fi in my tablet, the photos are automatically loaded to the Eye-Fi site - so I have the photos in THREE locations - on the card, on my tablet and in the cloud... I doubt that all THREE locations would corrupt - so I feel really safe shooting those ONCE IN A LIFETIME events!
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139 of 164 people found the following review helpful By S. Moore on June 16, 2013
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I took about 3000 pictures with a Nikon D5200 using this card, enough to to fill it several times. I learned a lot about the card:

- The card will only "upload" an image ONCE. So if you view the image on an iPhone or tablet, it won't upload later to your laptop.
- Direct mode makes an attempt every time the camera is powered "on". Don't turn your camera off between shots, otherwise direct mode will attempt upon every power-on.
- You can't preview images over iPhone or tablet. The entire image will transfer. So make sure your device has plenty of storage space. The Nikon D5200 images (JPG) can be 10MB each. RAW images are much larger.

These findings resulted in many negative usability attributes:

- The card depletes the battery faster than a normal memory card.
- If direct mode is enabled, the battery life is tremendously reduced. This can be somewhat relieved if you don't turn the camera off between shots. But then your battery life is reduced because the camera is always on.
- The card seized several times and the Nikon refused to take pictures unless the memory card was removed and re-inserted.
- Several pictures were intact but with corrupt EXIF information that prevented the pictures from post-processing (for example, with DxO).
- Viewing the pictures with an iPhone made them inaccessible with my laptop later (pictures can only be accessed once with the Eye-Fi).
- The included Eye-Fi software (for Windows) is clunky and was not feasible to integrate into my workflow.
- Online storage is expensive.

The only useful application of this card is if you are a photographer that needs to immediately display or email your shots to clients. If you don't have this requirement, then this card is not for you.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Larry Petro on January 7, 2013
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I bought this to replace a Transcend Wi-Fi 16 GB SD card that would not work for me. I have a Canon T4i that is programed to accept and activate the Eye-Fi card, and a Linksys E1200 router for my home network. The router is located in a bedroom and covers the house fairly well...I stream HD movies in the living room and download large programs/files in the dining room on my Mac Book Pro without any problems. Before installing this card I researched the internet to gleam any tips/hints regarding instillation and printed several pages to make sure I did not encounter the sorts of problems that other reviews had warned of, especially slow download speeds. I was also very concerned about comments stating that all photos you take and download to your device with the card ALSO are sent to an Eye-Fi server. I contacted Eye-Fi customer service prior to getting the card and was assured by the rep that this option could be easily disabled on the setup page. I thought this was perhaps a part of the problem with slower downloads. The Eye-Fi rep was totally correct...there is a box you tick off to keep your photos from uploading to their server.
The instillation went smoothly, no thanks, however, to the worthless booklet sent with the product. My primary goal was to transfer photos as I take them, one at a time, to my Mac Book Pro in order to make camera setting adjustments "on the fly" after seeing the pics on my laptop. I took my first photo in the living room and checked my laptop right away...but I really did not need to rush. After about two or so minutes a small window appeared on my laptop screen showing the beginning of a photo download. Not sure exactly how long I watched that progress bar creep SLOWLY to the right...
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103 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Matt Roberts on November 25, 2012
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EDIT 12/13/2012

I have returned this item after being fairly frustrated with it. The lack of iPad integration into the standard photo stream was the final nail in the coffin. On iPhone/iPad, it has its own app with its own photo library. There may be a way around this (perhaps syncing the photos to the web, downloading the synced Eye-Fi photos back to the iPad or taking screen caps...) Also the inability to configure access to secure networks through the camera or iPad was just another thing that would make this a serious challenge for travel. Anyway, it was all too much given the technical challenges coupled with the usability issues just made this not work for me. I bought the iPad camera connection kit with a standard SD card, sucked all the photos in quickly (including RAW) and I was good to go. I REALLY wanted this to work, but it didn't for me. If they make improvements, I wouldn't hesitate to buy from them in the future.

Thanks to Amazon for an easy return process.

ORIGINAL FOLLOWS

Had it not been for the long Holiday weekend, I would have returned this item. Taking this on as a technical challenge, I've nearly figured out all the intricacies of this product. Long story short, it now works approximately as I thought it would even though at times I thought it was malfunctioning or just a terrible product.

Longer story follows so others may benefit from my learning....
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