Friday, November 20, 2009

Make Downloading Photos Easier with Eye-Fi

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Eye-Fi. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hey there friends. A week or so before Halloween, I invited some friends and family over for "Halloween Rockband". We all dressed up in our costumes and we enjoyed a few drinks and rocked the night away. But guess what... You, my friends, didn't get to see any of the pictures. Why? Because I have no idea where the USB cable is for the camera. It's extremely frustrating to have pictures sit in my camera's memory card. Halloween Rockband was not the only night that where I had a great opportunity to write and post pictures of an awesome night, but it didn't happen because I do not like to post about activities without pictures. If only I had an Eye-Fi SD card then I know I would get more pictures into the computer and more pictures into my posts.

Eye-Fi is a revolutionary SD card that has built in Wi-Fi. That's right, built in Wi-Fi that will enable you to transfer pictures to the web directly from your camera. No more cables, no more lost pictures, no more lost opportunities to post about some pretty awesome experiences. With a Eye-Fi SD card, you could easily transfer your pictures directly to Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, among other sites, as soon as you snap your picture. How great is that?!
I still have my pictures in my camera. It has gotten to the point where I don't even bother taking additional pictures because I have gotten discouraged with the fact that I can't download the pictures. Don't let this happen to you. You can pick your own Eye-Fi SD card Best Buy, The Apple Store, or Frys Electronics.

Do you need a little demonstration? Check out the video below to get a better understanding of how easy it is to use and download pictures. It is definitely something that you should check out. Later!

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1 comment:

  1. Well how cool is that? I've never had the problem with the usb cable since I can plug my memory card into the front of my computer, no cable needed.