Thanks for the video. I have the original iPad and I have put a few photos on it. This would be nice but a bit too involved for me. What ever happened to bluetooth. Seems like we should be able to have devices talking to each other without installing anything at all. I mean the year is 2011 after all :-P
Mitchell said:Still not clear to me how these work with CF cards. Any explanation?
Yes, a SD/SDHC to CF card adapter. They allow you to use SD or SDHC Wi-Fi cards in a CF card only camera. However, not all of them are compatible with SD/SDHC Wi-Fi cards.
Mitchell said:Eye-fi states quite strongly on their web site that they do not recommend using their SD cards with adapters. There have been reports of corrupted files.
Mitchell said:Any experiences with a D700 or D3s?
I'm gutted about that, would love a nice wireless tethered solution.You will not have any luck with the D700 though as it will not accept CFII Cards Type 1 Only. I have not seen a SD to type 1 CF adapter.
If this is my only option, I can go with it.direct connect the USB to your ipad with the adaptors. Though, by default you can't view raw..so you would have to shoot raw+jpg..just another option..but takes time to upload
I'm gutted about that, would love a nice wireless tethered solution.
If this is my only option, I can go with it.
So if I shoot raw+jpeg, it'll save them on my CF card and immediately (a few seconds) show the jpegs on the ipad, if connected by the D700's USB cable to the iapd camera connector? Or are there problems with this method too?