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Wireless SD Card Connects Any Digital Camera to a Smart Device

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tekochip
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Re: nice solution
tekochip   12/27/2013 8:16:49 AM
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I wonder about the security too.  I'm surprised at how people are so willing to allow the details of their lives to be broadcast all over the world and be collected by intelligence gathering agencies (including Google).  The IoT may be great for the NSA, but I don't think I want every picture I take to be entered into a facial recognition database.


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The original Eye-Fi
TJ McDermott   12/26/2013 9:43:18 PM
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I purchased the original Eye-fi for my daughter's camera.  It is simply terrific.  I hate dealing with cables to transfer pictures.  Popping the SD card out of the camera is better, but something as simple as the Eye-fi concept is a winner.  The MOBI one is going to be for me.

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battery life
NadineJ   12/26/2013 10:08:10 AM
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The website is done well.  It's direct and easy to navigate.  I couldn't find direct info about battery life.  How much shorter is the camera's battery-life with this device? 

We're all getting too used to carrying power packs, chargers and extra batteries for most of our devices.

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nice solution
NadineJ   12/26/2013 10:02:22 AM
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As you mentioned Cabe, this would be great for expos and general research.  What about security?  Even a ten-digit code is hackable.  All of the press about people's very personal shots posted on sites without permission makes many more attuned to security on personal devices.

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