Tag: wireless

This is interesting. Looks like Phase One is set on releasing a series of medium format cameras that are mirrorless under the “A” moniker. Wireless connectivity too if we are going by the image above.


I’ve been using this new app on my iPhone called SpeedSpot which allows me to find and share WiFi connections around me. It’s great for traveling. Anyway, so I was checking out SpeedSpot’s blog and I came across this interesting post about Starbucks switching over their stores from AT&T WiFi to Google WiFi and how […]


Anybody around here ever use this Toshiba FlashAir Wireless LAN card? So far from all the articles I’ve read of people who have used it, they say it’s by far much better than the much more popular EyeFi. Less power-hungry and easier to set up and use overall. I’d be interested if I could just […]


Eye-Fi has just released their new mobi card which creates an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network between your camera and your Android or iOS mobile device so that you can instantly see the shots from your camera on your phone. Great for those who want to post their camera photos to Instagram without having to go through […]

Instead of spending $600 on the official Canon wireless adapter, this slightly bulkier option costs only $50, and in the end, it’s still not even that bulky! The only thing you need to worry about is running power to the $50 Netgear wireless router, but other than that, this “hack” is relatively easy to set […]