5 + 1 in 1 USB Camera Connection Kit SD TF M2 MMC MS Card Reader for iPad

5 + 1 in 1 USB Camera Connection Kit SD TF M2 MMC MS Card Reader for iPad

5 (12 product reviews)Added 4 years ago
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This Camera iPad USB Connection Kit is a great accessory for Apple iPad users who enjoy photography. iPad USB Connection Kit enables you to download photos from your USB-compatible digital camera and view them on your gorgeous iPad display. Read and write SD/HC/TF/MS/M2/MMC card. Import photos directly from your camera's SD, Memory Stick, M2, Multi-Media-Card and even Micro SD card. USB interface, simply plug this iPad SD TF card reader into the dock connector port on your iPad, then attach your digital camera's USB cable, or insert the SD (HC), MS Duo, MMC, M2, or TF card into the slot.Download photos from your digital camera to your iPad so you can view them on the gorgeous iPad display and share them with family and friends. Specifications: USB connection kit for iPad is easy to use Import digital images easily iPad USB connection kit supports JPEG and RAW files USB port-based camera connector Fast image transfer SD, MS Duo, MMC, M2, TF card slot May work with other USB devices Convenient Apple iPad accessory This is a NON-OEM product Product Size: 5 x 5 x 1.5cm / 0.2 x 0.2 x 0.06 in (L x W x H) Details: Featuring two connectors - USB interface, simply plug it into the dock connector port on your iPad, then attach your digital camera's USB cable, or insert the SD (HC), MS Duo, MMC, M2, or TF card into the slot The iPad SD TF card reader support standard image formats, including JPEG and RAW. It may also work with other USB-based devices for instant versatility(Such as USB Keyboards) iPad USB connection kit is compatible with USB camera that supports Picture Transfer Protocol (PPT) or mass storage class devices How to use Just plug it into the dock connector port on your iPad then attach your digital camera or iPhone using a USB cable Using the SD(HC), MS DUO, MMC, M2, T-FLASH (TF) card reader imports photos from your camera's SD(HC), MS DUO, MMC, M2, T-FLASH (TF). Connecting it to your iPad Then insert your digit camera's SD(HC), MS DUO, MMC, M2, T-FLASH (TF) card into the slot. Note photo files must stored in DCIM directory, Ipad can not directly read out the photos stored in other directories Your iPad automatically opens the photos after you making a connection. which lets you choose the pictures you wanted to import .when you sync ipad to your PC or Mac ,the photos are added to your PC photo library Switch the button on the side the connection kit when using a USB or SD model Package Included: * 1 x Camera Connection Kit
Aug 2012by Daves
Love it. translate
Jun 2012by John
5 in 1 connection kit for Ipad. translate
Apr 2012by Dino Man
Amazing speed for importing pictures into iPad. translate
Apr 2012by jumahlover
wooow. translate
Apr 2011by Theo
Works Great. Couldn't be much easier, just plug in the connector then attach to a camera and your pictures are ready to download.translate
Mar 2011by Nick Gozar Jr
Work's well. I dose work well as is was made for and has made viewing photo's on the go a litter faster. More so a little less to take with me.translate
Mar 2011by VGP
A connection, at last. Great accessory to the iPad. In fact, one more reason to have an iPad with you when you travel instead of a laptop. Not cheap though considering it should have been part of the iPad's capabilities to begin with.translate
Mar 2011by Bob
Just fine. This works well for uploading photos onto your iPad and afterwards, Snapfish or whatever. It worked out well on our vacation.translate
Mar 2011by H. Smith
Perfect for transfering pictures to your iPad!. Very helpful tool for the iPad - got it in advance of getting the iPad and I love how easy it was to move pictures from my camera to my iPad on vacation!!! A must have item!!translate
Mar 2011by David W. Kerr
I love it and happy I purchased it!. being a photographer I wanted to be able to import photos in to my iPad for viewing and to show customers. I am using Nikon D300, D90 and the cards that go with each. Are there any Canon users out there that have had success with these?translate
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