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Toshiba FlashAir W-03 16GB Wireless SD Flash Memory Card Wi-Fi Full HD - SD-F16AIR03(8
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|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 3.2 x 0.21 cm||3.2 x 2.4 x 0.2 cm||15.2 x 9.6 x 1.4 cm||3.17 x 2.4 x 0.22 cm||3.3 x 0.25 x 2.29 cm||3.2 x 2.4 x 0.21 cm|
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CONVENIENT WIRELESS FILE MANAGEMENT Gone are the days of switching SD cards between devices. The innovative Toshiba FlashAir SD card series comes with Wi-Fi built in, so data transfer to your workstation, tablet or smartphone is easier than ever. Save time at a photoshoot, share your images or videos instantly with friends and enjoy the convenience of leading technology from Toshiba.
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Toshiba FlashAir W-03
- Wireless data transfer function
- Class 10 minimum write speed of 10 MB/s
- Up to 32GB Capacity SD Card
- Easy to use – FlashAir Drive (WebDAV)
- New Photoshare function in the app
Quality You Can Trust
Toshiba is the inventor of flash memory, and has a well-earned worldwide reputation for producing high quality technology.
Convenient Wireless File Management
Gone are the days of switching SD cards between devices. The innovative Toshiba FlashAir SD card series comes with Wi-Fi built in, so data transfer to your workstation, tablet or smartphone is easier than ever. Save time at a photoshoot, share your images or videos instantly with friends and enjoy the convenience of leading technology from Toshiba.
Wi-Fi Right on the Card
The FlashAir SD card series has been designed for video and photo enthusiasts who want the very latest in technology. The series not only saves your data - it comes equipped with a Wi-Fi antenna built right into the card itself. This function allows you to view and transfer videos and images between devices without removing the card.
Up to Seven Devices at One Time
The FlashAir SD card acts as an access point allowing up to seven devices such as tablets, smartphones, and laptops to access the data stored within the card simultaneously.
User Friendly App
Use the free FlashAir iOS or Android app to view the content on the SD card, or to quickly stream and share between devices. Navigating the interface is easy.
What’s more, Internet Pass-Thru Mode allows you to access the web while still connected to the FlashAir SD card. So it's easy to share your latest shots with friends.
The FlashAir SD card follows the SD Memory card standard and is easy to set-up. Simply insert it into your digital camera or camcorder and you're ready to shoot and share.
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I think they have as, received it today and tried with a Canon 5DMK3 results are brilliant.
I have seen videos and info on the net for the eyefi card and I suspect the camera knows when one is inserted as there are different menu options. I dont have any menu options for any wifi options but one thing to remember is to increase your cameras time before it shuts down. The camera will power the wifi card but in your menu you need to make sure you have set sufficient time for any downloads as the camera will cut power to the card. I set mine to 8 minutes its normally 1 min.
The latest app seems to work ok on my ipad air2, also a feature which is great is auto refresh, basically when I take pics, the app updates the thumbnails within a couple of seconds.
You can then download any photo to inspect it, save it or post it or email it.
One of the great things about the 5D3 is the twin cards, i have the CF card set to either RAW or high quality jpeg and the SD card then set to small jpeg, in this way yo are getting a high quality copy on the CF card and a copy which will upload quickly onto the ipad, which you can either view or upload, there is also the option of internet pass through.
I am very pleased with this card it works as I wanted.
The Android app works well, and knows what you've already downloaded, making it a breeze to just select and download anything new. It has no problem handling multiple cards, and stores the images in different folders as long as you give each card a different name.
The new one worked flawlessly. The used one was a little trickier, because the default user ID and password didn't work, the reseller had wiped the configuration folder off the card, and the utility to fix it currently isn't available on Toshiba's website. All resolvable, but it took me a while. If you don't want the messing around, then I'd recommend buying brand new.
The ability to see the thumbnails and only download a few is clever and works well for most purposes. Scrolling through the images can take an age, so I have them saving as 5mp jpegs now which at 1.5mb each fixes the speed issue.
It also helps the next issue which is for the life of me i can't get the app to download to my phones SD card.
With the eyefi cards Canon cameras have menu settings to prevent sleep while transferring, here Ive set the camera to sleep after 15mins (so the battery is dieing a lot quicker).
The eye-fi had the settings to download every item instantly, meaning they were ready to quickly view when you wanted (and uploaded to cloud services like Google photos & amazon without even having to touch your phone). It's nice not having to have a flash account and apparently being able to connect multiple devices (although haven't tried).
I'm summary, it's not fantastic but it is great value.
Connection and transfer from my cameras to my Sony Android is very simple. However I would suggest a shortcut folder on your home screen so you can edit and share straight away.
My eyefi card that it replaced has finally broken due to wear and the software from the new company is awful.
This is the best option for photography. For Video bloggers? I would suggest that you export your files piece by piece as it can drain the device battery pretty fast. I used it with video editing app kinemaster.
For some reason, Toshiba have not updated their compatible camera list for a while and so after searching the internet to see if anyone else had put one a Sony h300 bridge camera without success I decided just to buy one and try it anyway.
So, connecting wireless to my iPhone SE was reasonably easy as follows...
(1) Download the FlashAir app from the app store.
(2) Insert FlashAir SD Card into your camera whilst powered off.
(3) Switch on your camera and set the auto power shut off to longest timeout.
(4) Set your Camera to View.
(5) On your iPhone settings app go to wifi and select the FlashAir SSID.
(6) Enter the password 12345678 this will be remembered.
(7) Open the FlashAir app and you should now be able to download your photos.
The Toshiba user interface itself is intuitive.
I also own a Kindle Fire but there is no app. However you can use the 'es file explorer' app to access and download files if you have a bit of network knowledge - not much needed.
It's ok all in all and does what I want but it could be better. It's fair to say that built in wireless access on cameras normally takes a bit of getting used to and this device is reasonable when compared.
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