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Toshiba FlashAir 4th Generation SD Wifi SDHC / SDXC memory card - 16GB (OEM Pack)

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Switch to the FlashAir SSID device name (see below, if you want to adjust the name of the device).
6. Select the FlashAir app on your iPhone I have the Flash Air W-03 32gb SD card. But the folder doesn't automatically update when I take a new picture.

did anyone hear of a way to remotely control camera operation, such as shutter release, using the Toshiba Air cards?Regarding "Card initialization", a malfunction causing error during card initialization in some devices is modified I have Flash Air II for over year and works great most of the time. I enable my OMD E-M5 manual so that it does not drain my battery but transfer is not great. There is also an option to clear the cache. Might be useful in case you are trying to transfer many photos.

No SD cards are rated for over 10MB/s min although most these days are in practice much faster. 10MB/s is enough to record a 1080 30p movie at a CBR 18,000 so it is usually more than adequate. You’ve been busy snapping photos with your digital camera all day. Now you want to get those pics transferred to your tablet or laptop. The other devices don’t have a compatible SD card slot. What to do? I selected Display Date, Square Thumbnail, Auto reload, Convert RAW to JPEG. Did not select Display RAW thumbnails. Toshiba’s FlashAir II offers a handy solution, embedding a miniature Wi-Fi access point into a standard SD card. Just like that, you can access photos on the card from up to seven other devices, connecting directly via Wi-Fi to the card’s access point. When you switch camera off iPhone will automatically return to your network Wi-Fi setting. On Android I have had to select my network Wi-Fi setting when done. Different devices and operation systems may respond differently.The FlashAir online info/help provided with FlashAir apps is confusing in part because their card is quite versatile, so the instructions don't zero in on what most people would want to do: transfer pictures from their camera to their Photos app on a smart device, Mac or PC.

The FlashAir app offers configuration options through a pop-up menu accessible from the lower-left of the screen. Here is a brief description of these configuration options and how I set them: Now enhanced with Class 10 speed, the FlashAir TM II delivers speedy data transfers so users can upload their images and videos within seconds. The SD card’s Internet pass-through feature allows users to access the card and Internet simultaneously – enabling the ability to upload images in real-time. Using a wireless LAN chip, The FlashAir TM II Wireless SD Card is accessible to any LAN-capable computer, smartphone or tablet, and can support such simultaneous access from up to seven devices. In addition, the built-in wireless LAN also allows for uploading without an Internet connection. SD cards give minimum speeds instead of maximum speeds because it is the minimum speed which will get you in the end. A malfunction in which the wireless LAN startup image, the default image file in FlashAir, ("DCIM">"100__TSB">"FA000001.JPG") cannot be displayed in some cameras is modified. To save the modified wireless LAN startup image to your FlashAir, you need to execute "Initialize the card" with this version of FlashAir Configuration Software.My goal was to have photos I take with a Fuji X100S camera automatically transfer to the Photo app. (By the way, if your camera uses SD memory storage cards, it should work fine with FlashAir. No need to worry about whether it would work with a Canon or Pentax, etc.) Insert FlashAir Wi-Fi Card into a card reader on computer or use a USB card reader. IMPORTANT! card reader should be capable of reading SDXC cards. But when I take a new picture on the camera, the folder "\\flashair\DavWWWRoot\DCIM\100__TSB" is not automatically updated with the new image, I have to refresh the folder manually. For casual users, this is the going to be the cumbersome deal-breaker of the process. If you’re already connected to one network, having to tell your phone or tablet to disconnect from it and then reconnect to a temporary LAN set up by the FlashAir II, is messy and time-consuming. If your camera happens to get turned off at any time along the way, you must start all over. (Tip: Disable the “auto off” feature on your camera to get things working much more smoothly.) Stay Online: What’s more, Internet Pass-Thru Mode allows you to access the web while still connected to the FlashAir SD card. So it’s easy to share your latest shots with friends.

Great for traveling light, I just develop Raw files in-camera, send the jpegs to my phone, and then it's on google+, no laptop required. CELLULAR DATA+WiFi. You can activate Cellular Data+WiFi Mode. This allows you to access the Internet via cellular data. (Recommended; requires a MASTERCODE to be set.) We wanted to make it even easier for our customers to share important life moments instantly with their friends and family,” said Maciek Brzeski, vice president of product marketing and development, Branded Storage Products, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “The FlashAir TM II Wireless SD Card offers easy access, fast performance and exceptional storage space, enabling users to focus more of their time on capturing moments rather than uploading them.” We understand how important it is for consumers to share their photo and video memories with family and friends,” said Maciek Brzeski, Vice President, Branded Storage, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “We have eliminated the cumbersome task of uploading pictures via a USB cord so users can effortlessly share and manage their files, leaving more time for what’s important.” How can I set it up so that when I take a picture it automatically appears in that folder without the need for the folder to be manually refreshed?


If this sounds familiar, you’re probably thinking of the venerable Eye-Fi line of products, which combine an SD card and a wireless radio, giving your camera instant wireless capabilities. But Eye-Fi and FlashAir work quite differently. With Eye-Fi, your camera connects to an existing wireless network, which it uses to upload photos to the cloud or another PC on the LAN. FlashAir doesn’t require an existing network—in fact, it can’t connect to an existing network. Rather, FlashAir is its own wireless LAN, and you configure your other devices to connect to it.

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