I have a Sony cybershot camera and unfortunately the memory stick doesn't fit in the SD card reader. Does anyone have any recommendations for a decent adapter that works? I can use the USB port but I'd rather download from the card and not the camera.
I'm required to use a cardreader to access my work email, a government common access card. Looked at an iPad and want one but have to be able do my mail. Anyone have a solution? I know there is a USB camera adapter but have read there is not enough power supplied to the USB adapter to make a CAC Reader work.
hey does anybody know any good BT mem card adaptors that work with ipad.i found one on ebay but it is BT 2.0 and ipad supports 2.1 so i dont think it will work.BT adaptors are awesome way to have more storage especially now that memory cards are so cheap, 32 gb card 4 like 20 bucks on Ebay!
Does anyone know if the USB Adapter for camera's will work with a card reader?
An example i have a canon 40d and i have a sandisk card reader. I would like to plug the sandisk card reader into the usb adapter and get the pictures that way, instead of having to plug in the camera?
So I was thinking of buying a Bluetooth memory card adaptor, but all I can find is this.Multiple Flash Memory Card Reader and Bluetooth Adapter - eBay (item 350325536860 end time Aug-04-10 07:43:24 PDT)But it is version 2.0 and Ipad uses Bluetooth 2.1, so I take it that it won't work?Anybody know of a Bluetooth memory card adaptor that uses 2.1?I posted something about this before but no one seems to care, HELLO this is a very big deal as it will increase your hard drive space as that's a big problem for a lot of ppl who have lots of videos and music.
I have an 8gb memory card (can get bigger if necessary) in a USB stick. I don't use a pc with my iPad but am waiting for the day it has all been wiped and says connect to iTunes, fingers crossed it does not! So am I able to install iTunes onto a memory stick and sync my iPad to it, but then at a later date move the same dongle to another pc and still sync, so therefore nothing is left on the host computer for instance if I did it at the library.
Can you think of a better way. I don't always get access to wifi and if I do it's another open network so not secure. I use 3G only and have not used cloud because I have no wifi access for long enough period of time.
I have an older Sony digital camera that uses a memory stick pro duo. I have the apple camera connection kit but my memory stick does not fit in it. What is the easiest way to download photos from it to my iPad?
It seems to be the easiest way to transfer any kind of video file from usb memory stick to ipad. The best thing about this trick is: you don't need jailbreak.
First you need: 1) Apple Ipad camera connection kit (CCK) 2) USB memory stick (with no more than 4 Gb storage space) 3) Filebrowser on your Ipad (or other app that allows you to open and manage the photo library) 4) AVplayer on your Ipad (or other player that supports multiple video formats: avi, wmv, mp4, mkv etc.)
How it works 1) Create the folder DCIM on the USB drive 2) Insert the video file you want to copy into the folder DCIM on the USB drive 3) Rename the file as PICT0001 (next file must be PICT0002, and so on) 4) Insert the USB drive in CCK and then insert the CCK in Ipad 5) Ipad will automatically open the file in photo app 6) Import the video file in photo app; it appears there as blank white icon with "avi" on it 7) Now run filebrowser and open your photo library 8) Choose "imported", select the avi file and tap "open in", then select avplayer (or other player that supports this kind of files) 9) The video file appears in "inbox" folder of avplayer: now you can rename it as you wish, play or move it to 'documents" folder 10) Now you can remove the original file from photo library.
How can I transfer photos from a memory stick pro duo (from a Sony cyber shot camera) to my iPad? When I try to connect the camera via the Cable and the camera connection kit), I get a "USB device not supported" message. Also, the memory stick doesn't fit in the sd card connector.
I just bought an adaptor from an Apple store, which plugs into the charger slot and it has a USB socket. I am trying to upload photos from a memory stick (DataTraveler 102). When I plug it in, I get an error message which says "DataTraveler 102: The connected device requires too much power".
Usb stick that works with lightning to usb camera adapter? I bought a USB lightning camera adapter with the hopes of using USB sticks with my jailbroken ipad 4. However, most of my USB sticks get the too much power error. The only one I've tested that works is only 8gb and physically very large. Any specific models that work? I'd prefer something with decent capacity but very compact.
Other topics suggested using a CF card reader to transfer photos from a Compact Flash Card to the iPad. I have a Dynex card reader model # DX-CR121 it will not work with the iPad as the iPad says the device requires too much power. Looks like I have to use an external card reader that does not require any power from the device it is attached to. Can anyone tell me what CF card reader will work?
I just purchased the camera/card reader for my ipad. I have followed the simple instructions provided with the card reader but nothing happens when I plug it in to my ipad. I have tried restarting my ipad, removing the card reader and card and reinserting it but NOTHING happens. Do I have to install software or turn somthing on somewhere?
I know that you can Access JumpDrives (thumbsticks) through the USB doggle for the iPad by ignoring the inital Error Msg... Opening iFile, navigating to VAR/MNT/MOUNT1 ... but what Im curious to know is.Is there a way to navigate to an SD card, instead of the JumpStick. I have an SD card, in the SD card reader,attached to the iPad, and within that DIR I dont see anything.
I just purchased the card reader for the iPad. When the SD card is inserted, the iPad gives the message "The attached USB device is not supported. I have tried several different SD cards with same result. Looking for information on next step to try.
As a serious photographer, I would like to see USB ports added to the iPad. The size is perfect for traveling; I'd love to replace the laptop with an iPad. My camera uses Compact Flash cards, so at the least, if adding USB ports is not part of the plan, having a CF card reader for the iPad will be essential for some of us.y ideal: a way to charge AND download images at the same time. Some days I take quite a few images.
I'm about to buy an iPad but I hear confusing things about it.Is it correct that all the 6 models have NO usb-port (to plug an usb stick, keyboard,...) and NO SD-card reader?I think not but some friends say it does. Information:AT/XTWindows 7