Connect with EyeFi

by Volker Weber

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I am traveling to Southern California next week. And I am trying to pack a very small bag. And this is it. iPhone 6s Plus, OlloClip Active Lens, Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard, and for the first time in a while, a serious camera. I am leaving the Yoga 3 Pro behind because it is too unreliable.

I only had one problem: how do I get the photos from the camera to the iPhone? Thomas has the answer:

And he sent me one. Works like a charm. You install EyeFi Mobi on the iPhone, register the EyeFi SD card, and install a profile with the credentials for the card. Place the card in the camera, shoot a few photos to power the SD card and then connect to the Wifi network it creates. Photos transfer to the iPhone while you shoot, or later in a batch.

These photos reside inside the EyeFi Mobi app but can be exported to the Camera Roll, either individually or automatically.

Problem solved. And Thomas marks the day in his calendar:

Comments

@vowe: Sprachst Du nicht von SD mini od. micro (wunderte mich zwar, aber ich kenne die Fuji nicht).
EyeFi ist dabei die beste Lösung. Wobei ich die Konfiguration bei den orig. EyeFI Karten ziemlich hakelig fand. Bei SANdisk war das irgendwie mehr straight forward.

Markus Sperzel, 2015-12-03 11:57

Ja, ich habe mich verschrieben. SD, nicht microSD. Setup war sehr einfach. Man muss halt WiFi wechseln, was unterwegs automatisch geht.

Volker Weber, 2015-12-03 11:57

Ich hatte auch MicroSD gelesen, sonst hätte ich Dir den Tipp mit der eyeFi auch gegeben... ;-)

Funktioniert auch gut mit dem Ipad bei Inhouse-Shootings wenn man die Fotos gleich in groß betrachten möchte...

Ralph Hammann, 2015-12-03 12:47

Eben entdeckt:
http://www.adata.com/en/apple/feature/365

Ralph Rost, 2015-12-04 08:21

Die EyeFi Karte ist bei mir seit Jahren im Einsatz und funktioniert zuverlässig, obwohl die Software für den iMac lange Zeit Beta war - oder sogar noch ist. Aber den Komfort, dass die Bilder beim Nachhausekommen automatisch von der Nikon auf den Mac fliegen, möchte ich nicht mehr missen.

Tobias Vogel, 2015-12-04 08:29

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