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The first commercially available SD card with an integrated wireless transmitter and its compatible successors. Competitor of the Toshiba FlashAir.

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Does the Eyefi X2 Pro transfer files point-to-point in “private network” mode?

The EyeFi X2 Pro has three network modes: private, direct, and "hotspot". The hotspot mode is part of a previous offering where they had a deal with AT&T and others to allow use of various ...
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How can I make a non-PRO Eye-fi transfer RAW files?

I have an Eye-Fi card, and it looks like it's not the PRO series, and therefore not allowed to transfer RAW images. The card transfers JPG files without problem, but not RAW. If I rename a RAW file to ...
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Would Wi-Fi enabled SD cards affect battery performance?

There's an ongoing craze for Wi-Fi enabled SD cards. The concept is clear and impressive, but I would like expert opinions or experiences with these SD cards. Currently there are only a few ...
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How to automatically sync photos from the Eye-fi import software to iPhoto on a Mac?

I bought an eye-fi SD card to enable wifi upload of the photos from my non wifi capable camera. It works fine. My trouble starts in the postprocessing part of my workflow. To use eye-fi one has to ...
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What Eye-Fi cards support Ad Hoc networks (Wireless SD Cards)?

Simple question: What Eye-Fi cards support adhoc networks? On the Eye-Fi website, there are not many details of the cards and there are three types listed: Pro Mobile Connect In addition on ...
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EyeFi doesn't support CF cards. Are there any alternatives that do?

Pretty much as what the title asks. Any ideas anyone? Is there any particular, technical limitation for using this technology with CF cards?