Update: check out Fstoppers 2011 Behind The Scenes Video Contest. We are giving away over $20,000 in prizes for the best 3 BTS videos: fstoppers.com/2011contest
Lee Morris of rlmorris.com and fstoppers.com explains how to wirelessly send pictures from any camera to an iPad or iPhone using the Eye-Fi Pro X2 SD card, My Wi, and Shutter Snitch.
Fstoppers will be giving away a free iPad to one of their random twitter followers in December of 2010. Visit Fstoppers.com/iPad to learn more details about this hack and the iPad giveaway.
You can purchase the Eye-Fi Pro X2 card here: amazon.com/gp/product/B002UT42UI?ie=UTF8&tag=fstoppers-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B002UT42UI
Last year I released a video explaining how to wirelessly tether your camera to an iPad by jailbreaking the iPad.
Since then Eye-Fi has released a firmware update that makes wireless tethering possible without the need for jailbreaking.
All you need is one of the cheap eye-fi cards to make it work: amzn.to/p2qYde
Here is a video showing how to wirelessly tether the new 5D MKIII to a iPhone, iPad, or computer. Im using a original 1st Gen iPad and iPhone 4s in the video and a Eye-fi 4G+wifi Connect X2 SD card to wireslessly tether and direct connect. I just wanted to show everyone how to backup images and share them online without the hassle of having to stop and load the photos to a computer to show clients. More information on the eye-fi card can be found on their website.
Video Shot on:
Canon 5D MKII
Canon 5D MKIII
Audio Recorded on:
Rode VideoMic Pro
Canon 24-70L F2.8
Canon 35L 1.4
This is the amazing Eye-Fi Pro X2 wireless SD Card that can transmit up to 200 feet with a router network or 90 feet with an ad hoc network. Combine that with an HD Hero GoPro camera and you've got a winning combination.
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