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Topic # 102825 23-May-2012 09:17
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I want to be able to put my sd card into my iphone so I can share photos while overseas.

Is this possible?

It seems the iPad camera kit does not work this way (which is very lame).

Is there a work around anyone knows about?

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  Reply # 629408 23-May-2012 11:41
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No the iPad camera connection kit does not allow you to import photos from a SD card to an iPhone. But a quick google search returned results about this product. Looks like your most likely solution if you can get hold of one.

http://www.airstash.com/#photography

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  Reply # 629413 23-May-2012 11:47
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steve98: No the iPad camera connection kit does not allow you to import photos from a SD card to an iPhone. But a quick google search returned results about this product. Looks like your most likely solution if you can get hold of one.

http://www.airstash.com/#photography


Don't ya love sites like this.  Follow AirStash though to "where to buy" apparently Maxell AU....which goes to Maxell SG, look for AirStash....um doesn't exist. YAY





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  Reply # 629415 23-May-2012 11:49
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davidcole:
steve98: No the iPad camera connection kit does not allow you to import photos from a SD card to an iPhone. But a quick google search returned results about this product. Looks like your most likely solution if you can get hold of one.

http://www.airstash.com/#photography


Don't ya love sites like this.  Follow AirStash though to "where to buy" apparently Maxell AU....which goes to Maxell SG, look for AirStash....um doesn't exist. YAY



Hmmm. I am seeing a bunch of them on ebay however.

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  Reply # 629419 23-May-2012 11:53
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steve98:
davidcole:
steve98: No the iPad camera connection kit does not allow you to import photos from a SD card to an iPhone. But a quick google search returned results about this product. Looks like your most likely solution if you can get hold of one.

http://www.airstash.com/#photography


Don't ya love sites like this.  Follow AirStash though to "where to buy" apparently Maxell AU....which goes to Maxell SG, look for AirStash....um doesn't exist. YAY



Hmmm. I am seeing a bunch of them on ebay however.


TBH, I think an EyeFi is cheaper... and has pretty similar functionality.





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