I use my digital camera to take most of my pictures, although I do use my phone, on occasion. I just prefer the higher resolution and features that only my digital camera can deliver. I also like to share my photos socially, which makes it difficult, especially when I’m out and about, not on my computer. What I normally do is take a picture with my digital camera and take a picture that I want to share socially with my phone. As you can see, this is a waste of time.
I was recently introduced to a solution that allows me to share all my high-resolution photos and videos from my camera to my phone and everywhere I want with Eyefi.
I received product to facilitate this post.
Instantly Transfer Photos from Camera with Eyefi
Your photos and videos instantly transfer from your camera as you take them with Eyefi – no extra steps or wasted time! Yay! Plus, since it is automatic, you are actually securing your photos in case something would happen to your camera too.
The Eyefi 16GB card looks like a regular SD memory cards and works with most cameras. Use it as a SD card and download the free “Eyefi” app on your mobile device to get started.
Your photos and videos will transfer automatically via a built-in WiFi that doesn’t need to connect to any hotspot or WiFi network, making it easy to transfer files anywhere at anytime, instantly.
I tried to snap a picture showing how it works with my camera, phone, and the Eyefi card in one picture, easier said than done!
Eyefi did a much better job highlighting how the card works and all the various ways you can now view your photos instantly! I love the instantly part!
Special for Best Buy Customers
Best Buy customers get a special deal when they purchase the Eyefi Mobi 16GB card, they’ll now also get a 1-year Eyefi Cloud membership, all for $99.99 (about $15 off the retail price).
These two products deliver the world’s first and only way to transfer the pictures from your digital camera to all your mobile devices, instantly.
This is also the first time Best Buy has put a cloud service ‘on its shelves’ – what a new world we live in!