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Wi-Fi for your camera

Monoprice's inexpensive adapter is a quick and easy way to add wireless to any camera that uses SD cards for storage.

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Bring your own microSD cards

Though the adapter is inexpensive, you have to supply a microSD card up to 32GB for storage.

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Makes its own network

Once in your camera, the card appears as a Wi-Fi network in your wireless settings. Just select it and put in the supplied password.

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No apps, just a browser

There's no extra software or apps to download and install. All you need to do is open a browser window and your images appear.

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Select and download

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Up to five connections

The card acts like a hotspot, allowing up to five devices or computers to connect to it at the same time.

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Download one or all

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Group downloads

If you download multiple images at the same time, they are compressed into one TAR file, so you'll need basic decompression software like WinZip or StuffIt to extract them.

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Simple, but good

For less than $35, the Monoprice Wi-Fi microSD adapter is a simple option for viewing and transferring a great shot from your camera to your smartphone to share with friends or family.

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