Thursday 30 January 2014

Make your camera into a Smartphone

A Wi-Fi SD memory card can adds wireless capabilities to all SDCH-compatible digital cameras. Together with a wifi enabled SD card and SD App, photographers can use their dedicated digital camera (or Smartphone)to easily share photos as soon as they are taken.

Why purchase a a WiFi capable card?

The card transfers your photos and videos over Wi-Fi .Media can be streamed to a maximum of three devices at once.Many of these cards are supported by free apps available to operate on iOS and Android devices, usually two modes are available: direct sharing mode and internet mode. The former includes the advantage of browsing photos already taken or viewing them as you shoot. The direct share mode is automatically activated as soon as the camera is powered on. Such feature allows peer-to-peer connections between the camera and mobile devices in any location. The internet mode can also be activated to quickly share images from the camera with others via Facebook and email. It allows the SD card to connect to nearby internet hotspots or connect to a personal hotspot feature of your Smartphones or tablets.

Typical Transfer Speeds

In addition, the Wi-Fi SD card provides higher transfer speeds and much greater stability. Together with excellent performance and 16GB or 35GB capacity, this SD card is undoubtedly beneficial. Each Wi-Fi SD card provides adequate space and support for exceptionally high resolution digital cameras.
The Shoot and View feature of the Wi-Fi SD card App utilises the advanced capabilities of digital cameras as well as the large screen of mobile devices for enhanced post-production process. What you need to do is simply capture a photo by using a high megapixel camera which will then appear immediately on the Smartphone or tablet. You can now download the images to your local memory and manipulate it in creative ways by using photo-editing apps before sharing it.
battery life needs to be monitored as power is used to transfer images and videos. The larger the files the more drain on  battery life. As soon as the card completes uploading the photos, it turns itself off after a few minutes in order to conserve its battery life.

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