Eye-Fi Memory Card: How To Make A Wireless Camera

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Eye-Fi. All opinions are 100% mine.

After my cousin's wedding last weekend, I still have not browsed those photos I took. Why? The pictures are not yet uploaded in my computer. Why? The USB cable is not available and I could not find my card reader. Now, how am I able to edit those photos and deliver them to my cousin as part of a wedding gift? Is there a way to upload photos without the use of USB cable or card reader? Or how about a method to transfer photos from my camera to my computer, wirelessly?

Fortunately, I just learned about how to make my camera wireless with the use of Eye-Fi memory card. As the term implies, it is a Wi-Fi enabled SD card. This means that I can transfer all the pictures from my camera to my computer without USB cable or card reader. It is, truly, the easiest way to get all the photos in my camera. Plus, it would allow me to have all those photos taken a few months ago but are still in my digital camera.

Another advantage of Eye-Fi memory card is that it comes in a 4Gb memory and it has a feature that automatically organizes photos by date. Now, that's useful.

I am watching this video-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7CnHCCVSEE&feature=player_profilepage --to learn more about how the products works. You too can join me in getting to know more of this useful device. Oh, by the way, Eye-Fi memory card needs a SDHC capable camera and wireless router to be functional.

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