• Instantly upload directly from your camera anywhere with the Eye-Fi Pro X2 16GB.Experience Class 10 read and write speeds coupled with built-in wireless transfer capabilities. The Eye-Fi Pro X2 stores photos (JPEG, RAW) and videos like a traditional SDHC memory card, and enables instant transfers from your camera to your iPhone, iPad, or Android.
• Automatically back up and organize media on your computer and share on your favorite sharing site. Lifetime, automatic Geotagging makes mapping memories a breeze. With Endless Memory Mode, you'll never have to worry about missing another shot. Get the Eye-Fi Pro X2 16GB SDHC memory card.
The Eye-Fi Pro 16GB Class 10 SDHC is commonly used for Portable images/multimedia, Storing images/multimedia and more.The Eye-Fi Pro 16GB Class 10 SDHC is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Professional, Semi pro among others.The Eye-Fi Pro 16GB Class 10 SDHC is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Eye-Fi Pro 16GB Class 10 SDHC: Easy to use, Great value, Large capacity, Reliable and Writes/reads fast
Most Liked Positive Review
The Eye-Fi Pro X2 works very well
The transfer worked well. Just make sure the Wi-Fi signal is strong.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not much success, lots of frustration
First, you MUST use the included card reader to make changes to settings. You cannot make changes on the fly. Second, the cards are SLOW, expect your buffer to fill up, camera freeze & camera errors. I consistently had errors show on my Nikon's LCD with this card. Third, you must pay extra for storage at the eye-fi site (for more than 7 days) & you must pay extra to have the cards use free public wi-fi (unless you configure each AP individually). Fourth, I configured it so that I would receiv...View full Review
First, you MUST use the included card reader to make changes to settings. You cannot make changes on the fly. Second, the cards are SLOW, expect your buffer to fill up, camera freeze & camera errors. I consistently had errors show on my Nikon's LCD with this card. Third, you must pay extra for storage at the eye-fi site (for more than 7 days) & you must pay extra to have the cards use free public wi-fi (unless you configure each AP individually). Fourth, I configured it so that I would receive a text message when my files were uploaded, as a confirmation - it worked for the first few days, then I would get the text message the following day, then they stopped coming at all. I sold mine, these cards proved to be more frustrating than helpful. Sometimes they would upload perfectly, but not always. More often than not I would have to restart the eye-fi software to spur on an upload. Overall, it felt klunky & archaic to use. I felt as though I had to babysit this thing & was never really sure if it was working or not. I would go to the eye-fi website and no pictures would be there, so I would have to go nearer my laptop & re-start the eye-fi helper application. Save your time, money & sanity - get the wi-fi transmitter for your camera or keep doing it the 'old fashioned' way with a card reader. I had high hopes for this thing - but the technology just isn't up par.
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Horrible, need to activate and register everything to do anything at all! I can even use it as a normal SD card case it won't work with other SD card readers. Its honestly just going into the trash can as to not frustrate other photogs. Its just a huge frustration cause its so locked down its like an apple product.
I use this in my 5D MKIII to tether wireless for client image review during shoots. It's not perfect but it works pretty well and I can't say it provides any greater issue than tethering did.
I use this card as my primary memory card in my DSLR. 16 gb allows for a lot of shots before mandatory offload (I shoot in RAW). There seems to be some issues i have to resolve when you use more than one (storage logistics).
I bought this to use with a Nikon D7000 because I got interested in tethered image transfer. The card is used in the 2nd slot to send JPGs to Adobe Lightroom. Transfer is reasonably fast, but honestly, I don't think I'll use it that much for studio work because wired tethering works very quickly sending RAW files; I'm always well with 16 feet from my Win 7 PC. Even though Eye-Fi works well, keep in mind that it does drain battery power pretty quickly. Had I been aware of that, I might not have spent the money.
Bought this for use with my new Nikon D7100 camera. So far this product seems to work fine with this camera sending photos to my iPad4 vis the direct connect method. However, I have not yet been been successful in setting up this card to send photos over my house LAN to my Mac Mini desktop. Must be my lack of understanding and I will keep at it.
Once set up transfer of JPG files from Canon 5DIII to Kindle HDX is quick. Good for confirmation of focus and fun to see pictures right away. On initial setup- it was working - then stopped after redoing the setup it seems stable.
The card loads well to Facebook as described
Well thought-out product. Could use a larger capacity card like 64GB (wish list?). Also it tends to gag on RAW and video files so best to use for JPEGs and keep the RAW files to the main CF card but I love it. It takes the place of connecting wires to upload to PC and it wonderful for sharing previews at weddings etc.
** WARNING ** I just bought a 16Gb pro card. Thought it would be awesome for me and have experienced card corruption issues. It will start to download and get "stuck"after 15 or so photos and then the card is corrupted. This happens both in the camera (tried 4 different cameras) and in card readers (tried THEIR card reader and 5 others). DO NOT RELY ON THIS CARD FOR ANYTHING ! If you research this online, this is a very common problem. Do not trust this card. Adorama is taking it back for credit no problem. Problem is, I am in Nicaragua and mail takes three weeks!
I'm giving it a 4 because I haven't explored all aspects of the product. Right now I have a Nikon d800 which has no WIFI capabilities. While I shoot raw files, I also wanted the capability to send jpegs to my wife who occasionally wants shots that I take regardless of whether I have done any post processing on them. Than't fine by me and this makes that happen. Yes, it's not instantaneous, but it gets the job done within a minute and as long as I have my smartphone with me I can transfer the jpeg to her or send it to Flickr and she can go there. All in all this is what I wanted.