Sending Blog posts with images captured wirelessly from a camera using an Eye-Fi card and Shuttersnitch on an iPad

This image was captured via wireless using the iPad App Shuttersnitch on the iPad from my Fuji HS10 using an Eye-Fi Pro card.

Shuttersnitch allows you to send various size images of the original by email. This will be very useful if you use the remote publishing by email facility that the WordPress blogging system provides.

Unlike the very poor Photos app on the iPad Shuttersnitch allows you to create folders on the iPad and delete them with contents and move images between folders etc. This is essential for professional photographers wanting to use the iPad as a backup store and image preview system.

So far so good with the Eye-Fi card, I just now have to see if I can get it to work in my Olympus E1 using a CF/SD card adapter that should come in about a week.

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  • An Eye-Fi Pro X2 8B configuration is shown in the following screenshots. The interface is mostly the same with both non-Pro cards and classic cards, except that some options can’t be enabled/disabled because the card doesn’t support them, like RAW upload with an Connect X2 card, for example. The first two screenshots show a router-based network (LGM ZALIP) and then an ad hoc network (LGM Kickstart) being added using the backdoor method described earlier. Personalize the settings as necessary.

    Comment by Chad O. Rivera — January 6, 2013

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