A&P Wireless memory cards - anyone use one before?

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  1. YourMomOnRyeBun

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    My memory cards have always been wireless :hsugh:
     
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    Smartass! :)
     
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    currently i believe they are too slow and are not meant for pro use,.
     
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    Make sure you check the compatibility part of the eyefi website before you buy :o
     
  6. Wobistdu

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    paging heinzanova. he has a buddy that works for them and knows about them.

    i believe they work well for like studio use to wirelessly beam them right to your computer

    you can also get them able to upload from wifi hotspots and geotag
     
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    Yeah if you stick them in a SD to CF adapter (since they only come in SD) they are really slow due to extra interferance and most pro bodies are metal insides so that really fucks them up.

    They work with any camera for the most part. Just some camera's (D90) have firmware built in to do extra jazz with the card...



    Yeah He is an asshole though. Well not really just kidding, D is a good guy. During help portrat we used a few and had a wifi router set up with the pictures going to his mac book... I was not impressed. Slow... but it makes for no brain uploads, he uploads 100% of his shit to flickr and tagged as private then goes back and unhides stuff he likes.. I mean my last upload to flicker was like years ago... so who knows probably would make me share more.

    The geo stuff is cool, you can get a basic card and unlock it to the top model (of the same series, IE add geo) because that is done on server via meta data embeded via wifi networks around you (long story)... works pretty decent.

    You can also buy a picasa / gmail service/storage upgrade and get a free eyefi card (starting at like $40 of storage for the year).


    If I had a P&S I would put one in it, other wise I would pass.
     
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    it will work off any wifi point if you want it to.
     
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    Thanks for the info!

    I might get a small one and check it out...
     

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