Eye-Fi Pro X2
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- Endless Memory works greatTransfers quickly on good networksEasy to use
- ExpensiveAd hoc mode doesn't work consistentlyRequires Adobe Air-based utility to configure
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Eye-Fi Pro X2
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- 77AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsPC Mag60Eye-Fi Pro X2 (16GB)The top-of-the-line 16GB Class 10 Eye-Fi Pro X2 card adds Wi-Fi to any camera with an SD slot, and throws in geotagging and Raw image support. It works really well on a home network, but the mobile component needs improvement.PC Mag60Eye-Fi Pro X2 (16GB)The top-of-the-line 16GB Class 10 Eye-Fi Pro X2 card adds Wi-Fi to any camera with an SD slot, and throws in geotagging and Raw image support. It works really well on a home network, but the mobile component needs improvement.TechCrunch70Review: Eye-Fi Pro X2 Wireless Camera CardWhether it’s a studio photographer looking to “shoot tethered”, or quick and easy photo and video uploads to Facebook during your kid’s birthday party ... the Eye-Fi Pro X2 is a great addition to your camera bag.PC Mag80Eye-Fi Pro X2The latest Eye-Fi card, the Pro X2, boosts write speeds and adds Endless Memory, and like all Eye-Fi cards, lets you wireless upload photo and video to your PC and sharing sites.Engadget80Eye-Fi Pro X2 reviewWe've always loved the concept of what Eye-Fi's trying to do, and the Pro X2 unquestionably represents the most complete and capable execution of that concept to date.SlashGear80Eye-Fi Pro X2 ReviewThere’s undoubtedly plenty to like about taking a photo and seeing it almost instantly pop up on your computer, and it’s still hard to believe that Eye-Fi can fit all the necessary hardware into something the size of a memory card. At $149.99, the Eye-Fi Pro X2 isn’t cheap.iLounge90Eye-Fi Pro X2 Memory Card + Eye-Fi AppEverything’s handled so well that Eye-Fi Pro X2 merits our high recommendation; if you can afford it, it’s worth having, and if you can’t afford it, consider one of the less feature-laden versions.DigitalCameraReview80Eye-Fi Pro X2 ReviewWith its ad-hoc network support, RAW and HD video support, and the "Endless Memory" feature, it's close to being a must-have gadget for all photographers. So close, all Eye-Fi needs to do is exterminate those pesky bugs.TrustedReviews90Eye-Fi Pro X2 reviewIf you're an enthusiastic photographer who works a lot while out and about and needs instant access to your photos, the Eye-Fi Pro X2 is an awesome purchase. It doesn't come cheap but compared to dedicated proprietary wireless solutions, it's a bargain, and of course it will work in any camera.MacNN80Review: Eye-Fi Pro X2We like the Eye-Fi Pro X2 SDHC memory cards for the work they actually do ... It wasn’t hard to get the card up and running, and once done it worked well. The added speeds weren’t dramatic, but they were enough to make the wait less of a burden.
- 50AVERAGE USER SCORE4 ReviewsEngadget Reader10November 22, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best way to loose pictures is to store them on this thing. Also, add some crappy/cheesy sync software, you have got a winner! Avoid those cards if you value your pictures. Could have been great, but is just a disgrace.Engadget Reader60June 21, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I got this and was so excited to be able to snap pics with my T3i, send them to my iPad for a quick edit and then share with fam/friends. This worked in concept but after 2 or 3 actual photo sessions I pretty much use it like a regular 8GB SD. If you are in the range of a competing Wifi network, the connection to the Eye-Fi card would keep breaking. Video is a joke to try and transfer over wireless even at lowest resolution. App interface (at least back when I was using it) was a mess. I love the potential of the concept but hate the execution in real-world situations.Engadget Reader60September 13, 2012Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The actual memory card is a fine product on its own.But the premium paid is for the wireless transfer feature. And the surprising thing is that it takes 10+ seconds to even start transferring a photo after it is taken. So don't expect to use this as a wireless tether solution. In my experience, after setting up many of these cards under different wireless routers, I've found that it can be tricky to get the card working, depending upon the distance from the camera (card) to the wireless router. If it's more than a few feet away, it often will not connect at all which is very frustrating. I have many of these cards now just sitting around, possibly being used as a regular SDHC card, but they do not connect to my wireless network, so are not being used. Computers show a 100% signal strength, but the receiving power of this card is so low that it cannot even connect (at 10 meters).Engadget Reader70August 5, 2011Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Nice idea but... I would want to send video and or RAW images using this but the transfer speeds are just not fast enough yet. OK in a studio, which to be fair is what its designed for but too slow out and a bout over 3G.
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