Using 16 Wi-Fi Pro X2 slows FPS, work arounds?
It's not the Eye-Fi cards fault. It's a class 10 SD card but the CF I have is much faster.
Last season I'd shoot up to a 7 frame burst at 3.9 FPS (1.8 second worth) and next fall I'd like to be able to shoot a burst of 11 frames at 6 FPS.
Shooting a 100X CF card alone easily exceeds 11 frame before the buffer fills but add saving even the smallest JPG to the Eye-Fi or any SD card (while also saving a full size RAW to the CF) gums up the works.
Are there any work around set-ups?
Ways to mark a CF RAW [Protected] and cause that file to be copied to the Eye-Fi for transmission?
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