Tip & How-To about Cameras
Your digital camera can store images via a wireless network
uses SD cards for memory storage. Special cards are available from SD Eye-Fi
and also under the Lexar brand with Eye-Fi software, rather than just a flash
memory, Wi-Fi radio that can connect to a local network and send your photos
your computer contains. The SD card requires some special configuration and
installation on your computer, but it transfers the files stored by the camera
directly to your computer without further intervention.
1. Insert the Eye-Fi card in USB reader that came with it.
Connect it to a USB port on your computer. If this is the first time you
installed the Eye-Fi, the computer recognizes the new device and install the
software and start automatically. If the software was previously installed, it
will start automatically.
2. Register a new account or log in with your Eye-Fi account
with your email and password.
3. Click the Eye-Fi for a firmware update if the exclamation
mark symbol is placed.
4. Select your local network from the Network drop-down
list. Enter your password and click "Add a network card."
5. Select "I do not want to set up online photo sharing
and now" and click "Next." Some cards do not see this screen.
6. Remove the card when the display "Complete" and
insert the card into the camera.
7. Take pictures and look for the wireless transmission on
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