chasg

chasg

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Joined on Dec 31, 2002

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HarrieD7000: I just ordered a Eye-fi card from Trancend. The 16 Gb costs less than 45 euro's and is class 10. Almost twice as fast as the "real" Eye-fi card which is class 6. The older eye-fi cards were all class 4.
This card can't upload RAW, but I'm saving the RAW in my camera and send jpg to my iPad and iPhone for quick review. The Trancend can upload to 3 devices simultainous.
Trancend does have a 32 Gb Eye-fi card to, for less then 70 euro. This too is class 10.

I have the 32GB card, bought because I couldn't get the eyefi X2 here in the UK (just the lower-specc'ed Sandisc rebranded versions). I don't use the Transcend app (which is ok-ish), rather I use Shuttersnitch (all Transcend/Shuttersnitch people can thank me, I'm the one who brought the Transcend cards to the attention of the developer, who modified the app to work with these cards :-)

The process is pretty seamless, though I do sometimes have a bit of trouble connecting the card to my iPad. No need to be online, that's a strange requirement that eyefi had (seriously, what??).

Direct link | Posted on Jun 4, 2013 at 11:03 UTC
On BBC examines how fake photographs can change our memories news story (97 comments in total)
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deleted_081301: Having just read all these incredibly stupid "Septics" in this article it no wander your people are always popping down to the nearest school or shopping mall and shooting everyone .....

Just fyi: "limey" is no longer considered an insult. You may wish to consider "uneducated and introverted yob" instead (just a suggestion, no insult intended to the aforementioned Limey! :-)

Direct link | Posted on Dec 31, 2012 at 17:20 UTC
On BBC examines how fake photographs can change our memories news story (97 comments in total)

BBC content that's not available in the UK? WTF?

Rats, I really wanted to read this. Perhaps if I stopped paying my license fee, I can look at this article?

Direct link | Posted on Dec 31, 2012 at 17:17 UTC as 3rd comment
On The Atlantic's In Focus publishes its Year in Photos 2012 news story (36 comments in total)
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Schnee: I'll never understand why it is regarded acceptable to depict death and violence but not nudity.

Barney, that was funny as hell :-)

Direct link | Posted on Dec 20, 2012 at 15:39 UTC
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