First, some context so maybe someone will have a good suggestion: I'm currently touring with my bike. My Android smartphone is basically my computer, and it's ok (considering the weight saved, it's even more than ok). I use Snapseed on my phone to do basic treatment on the photos I take (mostly light & dark and colors).

I shoot in RAWs zith a Sony RX100 mk 3. For now, the only way for me to get the RAWs on my smartphone is to switch the SD card, which is a pain. I only need to transfer a few photos at a time. Sony's official app (Play Memories) only sends jpegs.

Is there a way to send RAWs by WiFi?


Maybe an Eye-Fi card could be a solution to your problem?

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  • That could have been an idea, but I'm currently in the middle of Patagonia, so I fear it's too ate to get that.
    – Shan-x
    Nov 18 '19 at 21:33

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