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Nikon/Canon Wifi
Juerg Schreiter, Photographer
Fort Lauderdale | FL | USA | Posted: 7:34 AM on 12.24.12
->> now here is something worth looking into. This could be a real alternative to clunky working EyeFi cards,

http://www.petapixel.com/2012/12/20/camranger-wirelessly-control-canon-and-.../
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Carlisle Stockton, Photographer
Stanfordville | NY | USA | Posted: 10:05 PM on 10.24.13
->> Has anyone tried the CamRanger? I'm looking for a way to transmit images from my Nikon D3 to my iphone so I can email them out from the field. Any advice would be much appreciated!
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James Broome, Photographer
Tampa | FL | US | Posted: 10:23 PM on 10.24.13
->> I've never had my Eye-Fi card get 'clunky' on me, so I'm certainly not going to jump to a $300 alternative.
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 2:15 PM on 10.25.13
->> The Petapixel story says the unit is compatible with iOS devices such as the iPad, iPhone and iPod. According to the CamRanger website, it will also work with Android phones and tablets along with Mac and Windows computers/laptops.
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Steve Violette, Photographer
Gulf Breeze | FL | USA | Posted: 10:10 AM on 10.28.13
->> I have the CamRanger. Simple and efficient. Get up to 300 feet. one end of football field to other - empty stadium. I have used the Canon EiFi units - this is so much easier. Plug into your camera - turn on iphone or iPad - connect to CamRanger signal - start shooting. You can also take pictures from the iPad/phone and adjust camera settings. All pretty efficient for $300
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