Share files wirelessly to your mobile device from your camera


Tablets and smart phones are a great way to carry and share photos; they have replaced those little photo albums called “brag books” that people used to carry in their purses or gear bags.  Many of these mobile devices have cameras to take photos with, but let’s face it, the quality of those photos aren’t always up to snuff.  If you have a DSLR, you undoubtedly get much better pictures from it than from the mobile device’s phone.  You’d love to carry those DSLR photos on your mobile device, but it can be a pain to get them loaded from your camera to your tablet or phone.  With the Wi-Fi microSD Adapter from Brando, you can wirelessly transmit photos from your camera to your iOS or Android device.  The adapter works with microSD cards (4-32GB, and you’ll need to supply your own), and it supports the following file formats:  JPG, PNG, BMP for photos, MP4 , AVI, MOV for Videos, MP3, WAV for music.  Of course, what files you’ll be able to use on your mobile device depends upon the device’s capabilities.  You can connect up to three devices, and the card works on WiFi 802.11 b/g/n networks.  The Wi-Fi micro SD Adapter is $28 at Brando.

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