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Nov 17, 2014 16:09 |  #16

DGStinner wrote in post #17276114 (external link)
The iPhone doesn't take microSD cards.

Ooohh thats right.  :o


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Nov 17, 2014 20:32 |  #17

Not sure what price range you want to stay in, but a Camranger will do what you are looking to do.




  
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Nov 18, 2014 09:46 |  #18

drvnbysound wrote in post #17276131 (external link)
You're right. I thought that was a MicroSD card reader. My apologies.

They have the SD Card Camera Reader, but apparently it's not supported on iPhone:
http://store.apple.com …-to-sd-card-camera-reader (external link)

That is dumb. Like, really, really dumb. There is no reason the iPhone (especially the 6 and 6 Plus) shouldn't work with the adapter. I have one and it's great for the iPad, but that is a completely artificial and silly limitation to not have it work on the phone.


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Nov 18, 2014 17:40 |  #19

Keyan wrote in post #17279300 (external link)
That is dumb. Like, really, really dumb. There is no reason the iPhone (especially the 6 and 6 Plus) shouldn't work with the adapter. I have one and it's great for the iPad, but that is a completely artificial and silly limitation to not have it work on the phone.

I couldn't agree more. Particularly since it has the Lightning connector.

However, the product page doesn't list any phones as compatible devices, and there are plenty of reviews from people who have tried to use it with a phone and said that it didn't work.


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Nov 18, 2014 18:19 |  #20

Keyan wrote in post #17279300 (external link)
That is dumb. Like, really, really dumb. There is no reason the iPhone (especially the 6 and 6 Plus) shouldn't work with the adapter. I have one and it's great for the iPad, but that is a completely artificial and silly limitation to not have it work on the phone.

Apple really doesn't work toward a reasonable amount of connectivity. I could not get their great $30 adapter to work with my wife's iPad 2, nor could the Apple store tech. He offered solutions, upload followed by download, a complete reload of firmware, etc. All this convinced me to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (Android) which not only works trouble free as far as transfers offers numerous options. Same way with putting thing on my wife's Samsung Galaxy S? phone.




  
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Nov 18, 2014 18:45 |  #21

Agreed... no reasonable amount of physical connectivity.

If you want to upload via laptop to Google Drive, Dropbox, etc... you can then download them to the phone. That's just a pain to do!


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Nov 18, 2014 19:42 |  #22
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bikfoto wrote in post #17276415 (external link)
Why don't you upload them to Dropbox, and sync on your iPhone?

Bingo...with the iPhone Dropbox app it is dead simple.




  
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Nov 18, 2014 21:59 |  #23

Hogloff wrote in post #17280362 (external link)
Bingo...with the iPhone Dropbox app it is dead simple.

The issue from the OP would be getting them from the T5i camera to Dropbox... I believe the premise was to remove the need for a laptop.

Brian Tilley wrote in post #17275829 (external link)
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There are times when it would be great to be able to do this out in the field (or mountains, lakes, etc ) so we can immediately post, email, or text pics, rather than wait until we get home.

Anyone found a card reader that works with the phone, or any other reasonable method?


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