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December 4, 2012

It’s been five years since we launched our first Eye-Fi wireless SD card. Together we’ve witnessed and been a part of massive changes to the way we think about digital imaging. Read more

Best Shots Photo Contest

November 13, 2012

Ever heard of CES? Does the world's largest annual consumer electronics show ring a bell? We are partnering with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) who produces CES, to give away great prizes and get more exposure for your photos. Read more

Bringing the Cloud Down to Earth

September 19, 2012

“The Cloud” is the talk of the town, but many people don’t understand exactly what it is. Little do they know, cloud technology powers the websites and online services they use everyday. Read more

Cancer survivors dive with sharks, Brandon helps

August 13, 2012

Since Fin Forward specializes in shark dives and other marine encounters for cancer survivors, we have a unique opportunity to create, share, and capture milestone moments for others. Our photos and videos not only show survivors celebrating life but also serve as reminders that they can accomplish anything and overcome any fear in life. Read more

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Photographer Mom by Kristin Brandt

April 24, 2012

Great gift ideas for mom that include our Eye-Fi Mobile X2 wireless memory card ($79). No cords, no hassle just pure enjoyment of taking pictures and automatically uploading and sharing with friends and family. Read more

The BYU Photo Team uses Eye-Fi’s Direct Mode for photo shoots

February 2, 2012

"On most of our big shoots we use an Eye-Fi Pro X2 SD card to send small jpgs directly to our iPad so that we get a big preview of what photos we are getting." Read more

What’s your story? Remi, using Eye-Fi for live photo slide shows

January 25, 2012

"People really loved being able to see the photos displayed as soon as they were taken. They quickly started to upload and tag their own pictures as well." Read more

 

The SDA’s iSDIO specification and standards process

January 19, 2012

Several years ago, Eye-Fi’s founding team realized that capturing photos or video is just the beginning, and that in an increasingly connected world, the true magic is in sharing. Read more

What’s your story? Chris, an archaeologist recording history with Eye-Fi

January 18, 2012

Learn how Chris uses Eye-Fi cards at archaeological digs to help the Sangro Valley Project uncover and record the rich history of Italy. Read more

Carley’s New Year’s Resolution #1: Get Organized with the help of Eye-Fi

December 12, 2011

In this video, Carley Knobloch of Digitwirl.com shares how she intends to get and stay organized in 2012 with the help of an Eye-Fi Mobile X2 wireless memory card. Read more

Smartphone Holiday Survival Kit - with Carley Knobloch

November 16, 2011

Want to reduce holiday stress? Carley Knobloch of Digitwirl.com recommends smartphone apps to simplify your life this holiday season. Read more

What’s your story? Greg, a DJ who shares the fun of the party as it happens

October 27, 2011

"I own a DJ business and part of our services at weddings is to take candid pictures of the reception and display the pictures in a slide show with a monitor on the DJ table.... The Eye-Fi card was a great addition to our equipment and makes things so much easier for us." Read more

What’s your story? Eye-Fi, an essential ingredient in Beau’s blogging recipe

October 20, 2011

"I have a family to feed, they don’t wanna wait for me to process pictures while dinner gets cold... with Eye-Fi, I’m able to instantly send those perfect ‘keeper’ shots to my laptop while I’m slinging hash." Read more

What’s your story? Travis gets a kick out of Eye-Fi cards

October 13, 2011

Learn how Travis shares photos with soccer fans during the game using Eye-Fi cards. Read more

What’s your story? Janice, Bob, and the magic of Eye-Fi

October 6, 2011

Learn how Janice's husband, Bob, discovered how easy it is to automatically send photos from his camera to his computer with an Eye-Fi card. Read more