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Toshiba Flash Air III Wireless SD Memory Card 16GB (PFW016U-1CCW)
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- The Flash Air III Wireless SD Card includes a wireless LAN chip plus an antenna that makes it accessible to any WLAN-capable PC, smartphone or tablet. Its internet pass-through feature allows you to access the card and the internet at the same time.
- Enhanced with Class 10 speed, Flash Air III Wireless SD Card enables fast data transfers for uploading images and videos within seconds. It also offers high storage capacities-either 16 GB or 32 GB so you've got plenty of room for photos and memories.
- Flash Air III Wireless SD Card is easy to use and is compatible with most digital cameras. Simply slide the card into a digital camera or camcorder. Its built-in wireless LAN access point requires no Internet connection to share pictures on devices.
- No internet connection is required to access Flash Air III. So as soon as your images are uploaded, your friends can take a look. And the free Flash Air app makes it easy to share with iOS and Android devices.
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Want to share photos anytime, anywhere-without the hassle of pulling the memory card from your camera? The Flash Air III Wireless SD Card is your ticket to ultimate convenience, letting you share your life's moments with others wirelessly and instantly, right from a tablet, PC or smartphone. Like all SD cards, the Flash Air III holds lots of pictures, videos and files-now with capacity up to 32GB. Yet the Flash Air III is so much more than a simple storage device. By creating its own wireless LAN access point, the Flash Air III lets your friends and family view pictures on your camera through a browser on your PC, smartphone or tablet, quickly, easily and securely. They can download them, too. All they need is a wireless LAN connection-no special driver, software, cables or even an Internet connection. Built to last thanks to Toshiba innovation, the Flash Air III Wireless SD Card is guaranteed to make sharing photos and videos more fun and social than ever.
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My camera: Nikon D5100
My device: Android phone running Lollipop
Like you, I was looking for a way to wirelessly transfer photos from my camera to my mobile device without the need for a computer. This card does that, and many of the issues being complained about here aren't necessarily the card's fault.
1. Put your camera in "Review" mode.
If you are having trouble staying connected to the FlashAir's hotspot (or can't connect at all!) Try putting your camera in it's "Review" mode, where you can browse the photos on the card. Your camera has to keep its connection to the card "open", ensuring the FlashAir gets the volts it needs to stay on. If your camera has settings that let you control the screen's off timer like mine does (see attached screenshot from my D5100 menu), I recommend you keep the screen on for a few minutes so your camera, and the card, don't go to sleep. I set my review mode to 10 minutes.
2. Check your device's WiFi settings
The app is supposed to connect to the FlashAir hotspot automatically. Turns out my phone had a setting in the WiFi menu that would disconnect it from WiFi if no Internet connection is detected (See attached screenshot). So, check your device's WiFi settings if you are having connectivity issues.
3. Connect to the FlashAir hotspot manually
If you know your camera is on, and the app isn't connecting to the hotspot, connect to it yourself from the WiFi settings on your device. Once you are connected to the hotspot the app is guaranteed to work.
4. Photos taking a long time to load? Try lowering your image quality.
I have a 16MP DSLR, and I'm not shooting for prints. So I turned my quality settings from "Fine" to "Medium" and from "Large" to "Medium". My photos are now ~2MB compared to ~10MB. And forget about shooting RAW. If you are shooting to post online, you don't need huge photos. You'll browse through the FlashAir much faster if the photos are under 5MB. Your pics get downsized and compressed when you upload to Facebook/Instagram anyway.
The card is great and I recommend it. I'm definitely buying one for my wife, who won't use the DSLR I bought her because she hates having to upload to the computer, then to her phone. The issues other users have with the card are probably the fault of their camera's battery-saving settings, or their mobile device's WiFi settings, as I explained above. Just follow my tips and you'll be fine. Ask me any questions below.
Took off one star because I will really just use this card when I'm on a trip, again, to be able to save the burden of a laptop. However, I won't use this when I'm at homeland due to the fact that it won't transfer RAW files. Still love how it's able to do the job as stated tho.
See how easy that is Toshiba? Now the app can see the card and log in and one should see photos. There are a few settings once logged into the Flash app that have to do with internet passthrough, I didn't change them, wasn't needed for pictures to load. I did see one that a user can change how long the card transmits out a wifi signal. It can be 1 minute or off or other durations. Left on I would imagine the power drains from the camera faster so select the one best for you. Remember if it is set to Automatic one could just turn the device off then back on to get the card to wake up and within a minute log onto the Flash wifi and app (if set to a 60 second timeout). I do know if you change the key from 12345678 to ChicagoBears and the card is formated in a new device the key is changed to default 12345678.
There you have it folks. I have a Nikon 5200 and it loaded fine the few times I tested. I had to turn the camera on, go to my phone's Wifi and select the Flash network, log in, then open the app on the phone. Again, the app wont load diddly until your phone or tablet is on the FlashAir network and as a friendly reminder the key needed is 12345678.