Eye-Fi Pro adds ad-hoc support to wireless SD cards

by Mike
Posted June 10th, 2009 at 7:14 am

If your life was left in shambles when the original Eye-Fi cards were announced without ad-hoc support, you can now pick up the pieces and continue on that long journey called life. Except this time you should feel slightly better about yourself. Eye-Fi has announced the new line of Eye-Fi Pro SD cards that bring ad-hoc support with that new Pro moniker. Ad-hoc support isn’t the only news to talk about concerning the Eye-Fi cards however. RAW file types are now supported as is geo-tagging and hotspot access. The 4GB Eye-Fi Pro is now available on Amazon’s site for $149 in case you’re interested. Finally, rounding out the list of upgraded goodies on the Pro line comes by way of “Selective Transfer”:

Using the “protect” or “lock” feature in the camera’s menu, users can select which files to wirelessly upload. Any “protected” photo will automatically be uploaded, and all photos will remain on the memory card until the user manually deletes them. Selective Transfer is free, and available now for all Eye-Fi card users through the Eye-Fi Manager.

Photographers, are your eyes busting with excitement?

Source: Crunch Gear

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