Photo transfer to mobile (wirelessly)


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Newbie question:

I currently using Fujifilm X100 (camera) and Samsung S4 (mobile)
What is the easiest way to transfer selected photos from my cam to my mobile wirelessly?
Any advice appreciated
Thanks
 

Rashkae

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Newbie question:

I currently using Fujifilm X100 (camera) and Samsung S4 (mobile)
What is the easiest way to transfer selected photos from my cam to my mobile wirelessly?
Any advice appreciated
Thanks
Wifi sd card.
 

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Heard that transfer photos from toshiba flash air sd card is quite cumbersome.
Also read about Dash drive as an alternative.
Anyone who can enlighten me on which is better. Or if there is a something better out there....
 

Rashkae

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Heard that transfer photos from toshiba flash air sd card is quite cumbersome.
Also read about Dash drive as an alternative.
Anyone who can enlighten me on which is better. Or if there is a something better out there....
Most people recommend eye-fi.
 

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another way.....if u dun have a wifi card..

OTG cable+card reader to ur phone..see pics from ur phone..copy/move/edit/delete....share...

thats wat i do..cos didnt try out wifi card.
 

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Thx bro
This maybe a good choice


another way.....if u dun have a wifi card..

OTG cable+card reader to ur phone..see pics from ur phone..copy/move/edit/delete....share...

thats wat i do..cos didnt try out wifi card.
 

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Just thought it will be more convenient
Btw, where can I get a OTG cable?
Was looking at Samsung website...cannot find it



yeah..but as u want it (wirelessly) the wifi card is ur best bet .
 

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Just thought it will be more convenient
Btw, where can I get a OTG cable?
Was looking at Samsung website...cannot find it
I bought one from Sim Lim Tower recently for $4. They cost a little more at Sim Lim Square ($5-6). Some mobile phone shops sell them for around $18. You can also buy them online.
 

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i'm using toshiba, x100s and S4. I actually like it a lot, once you download the flashair app (which loads faster), and configure ur wifi settings, it hooks up instantly when ur wifi card is activated and u can use the app to select whatever u want, press download, and tada it's inside. Pretty nifty and better than eye fi to me. (value wise)
 

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I am using Toshiba flashair class 10 it's very handy and serve the purpose
 

kklee

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What's the transfer rate for fashair or eye-fi like?
 

ayuready

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Prefer a pull system compared to push.

So prefer the flash air cards. Eye fi, abit too complicated for me.

Esp when used with multiple device in mind
 

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