A new offering from wireless SD card maker Eye-Fi promises easier photo transfer to mobile devices.
This is the flagship (flagcard?) of the Eye-Fi lineup, and it normally sells for twice the price. You'll love the convenience of wirelessly copying photos from your camera.
At CES 2010, Lori Grunin takes a First Look at Eye-Fi's second-generation Pro card.
The latest Wi-Fi SD card from Eye-Fi not only increases capacity, but uses a new architecture with a 802.11n radio that theoretically increases range and power usage characteristics.
Company brings its older cards into the high-capacity, high-speed X2 era, and adds AT&T Wi-Fi hot spots to its free uploading locations.
For this week's Crave giveaway, we're serving up the Eye-Fi Pro, a 4GB Wi-Fi memory card that's got built-in geotagging capabilities and allows you to upload photos wirelessly to photo sharing sites like Flickr, Picasa, and Facebook.
The latest version of the camera's Wi-Fi SD card line adds support for raw uploads, ad-hoc network connections, and selective uploads.
Eye-Fi is set to transform any camera into a wireless wonder this month, as the Wi-Fi SD card finally arrives in the UK
The 32GB Mobi Pro SDHC card adds some key wireless features that photography professionals and enthusiasts will want, though its specs are less impressive.
The teensy Q cameras flopped in the US, but they remain central to Pentax's effort to rebuild its business and brand. Also coming: a big price cut for the K-50 SLR -- and leaf-shutter lenses for the beefy 645Z.