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Transferring photos to my iPad

 
JLD1980
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Apr 21, 2013 09:20 |  #1

First of all I apologise if this is in the wrong forum!
I have a home studio and I was wandering if there's a way, when I take a photo, that it shows up on my iPad. Thanks all!




  
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Apr 22, 2013 02:32 |  #2

What kind of camera are you using? If you have a 6D, then you could use the WiFi feature. Otherwise, if you have an SD card slot, you can get a WiFi capable card such as the Eye-Fi, and the pictures will transfer to the iPad automatically once it's all set up.

Another option, is to download the photos to you PC, and upload someplace like SkyDrive, DropBox, etc. and then download to the iPad.

Most likely if you want to view the pictures shortly after you've taken them, then Eye-Fi will likely be your best bet.




  
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Apr 22, 2013 04:44 |  #3

Thanks for that! A 7d I've got. Il check them answers out.




  
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Apr 22, 2013 09:39 |  #4

I use a Eye-Fi card with my 5d3 and it works great. I usually use it with an iphone I no longer use and just stream the shots to it while I shoot away.


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Apr 22, 2013 13:49 |  #5

JLD1980 wrote in post #15851173 (external link)
First of all I apologise if this is in the wrong forum!
I have a home studio and I was wandering if there's a way, when I take a photo, that it shows up on my iPad. Thanks all!

Eyefi card is the easiest way.

Other option is to get an adapter (either Apple official - quite expensive or a much cheaper 3rd party one) - however this will require taking the card out of the camera so you can't do it whilst actually taking photos




  
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