- Also check our best rated Micro SD Card reviews
Eye-Fi Home Video 4GB Wireless SDHC Memory Card
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- SDHC Card
- Stores photos and videos like a standard memory card
- Wirelessly uploads your JPEG photos and videos via Wi-Fi to your computer
- Intelligently and securely handles your photo and video uploads
- Storage Capacity: 4.0 GB (1GB is defined as 10^9 Bytes)
Ditch the cable! The 2GB Home card makes saving easy and automatic. Dont wait months to see family photos get your photos to fly into your computer automatically and effortlessly. No cables. No hassles. No kidding.
Eye-Fi 4GB Home Video SDHC Memory Card with built-in Wi-Fi
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Although it's an SD card, by purchasing a cheap SD to CF adapter it will fit my D300. Just remove the thin metal covers on both sides of the adapter as this blocks the signal.
The Eye-Fi is the perfect low cost solution. I can send Jpeg files directly to my laptop via a router upto around 50 feet. It will cover a further range but transmission slows slightly.
The Pro versions will also send RAW files but I haven't had experience of this as I only send 2mb Jpeg files.
The Eye-Fi manager (which receives the images) is installed on my laptop and stays active continuously. This doesn't use any system resources so is not an issue when not being used.
You need internet access to configure they Eye-Fi which for me just means selecting my Wi-Fi name and selecting which folder the images save to and that's it. Once configured it no longer needs an internet connection to work.
All in all this is a superb product for my needs.
There is the occasional blip, when the image does not upload, but this usually comes in the next time I restart the programme.
I'm glad that the latest software on this card, allows me to upload directly, without going through a sharing website. Perhaps this would not be suitable for someone who wishes to upload hundreds of images, as it may take quite a while! Apart from that, I have no complaints. E.P. of Croydon
1) The card wasn't accepted by my Canon PowerShot, which is hardly an exotic camera.
2) The setup software for the wi-fi card is awful. Really, really awful. Throw the blasted thing out the window awful. I never got the card to use my wi-fi network and I've got about 20 other items on wi-fi without a problem.
3) They don't tell you that roaming uploads and interfacing to Flickr etc. require annual subscriptions.
MASSIVE disappointment. Sending back to Amazon, of course.