Wi-Fi® microSD™ Adapter (Rev.2)
    Product # 11444
    Wi-Fi® microSD™ Adapter (Rev.2)
    Product # 11444
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    Wi-Fi® microSD™ Adapter (Rev.2)

    Add Wi-Fi® file transfer ability to your existing SDHC™ compatible digital camera using this Wi-Fi microSD™ Adapter from Monoprice!

    This adapter is in the form of the popular full-sized SD™ card and features a built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi radio. The radio is powered by the camera (or other device it is inserted into), has a maximum indoor range from 16 ~ 55 feet, and has a maximum outdoor range from about 82 ~ 164 feet. The adapter is a stand-alone wireless hotspot and requires no other networking or applications to function.

    This adapter requires an SDHC compatible full-sized SD card slot on your camera. It uses any microSD card up to 32GB capacity (not included), though class 10 cards are recommended if video is to be captured. Connecting to the adapter is as simple as selecting the adapter for your wireless network, then opening up a browser. Up to 5 users can simultaneously access the card to browse or download the contents.

    This adapter was reviewed by c|net on June 19, 2014. You can read what they had to say about by clicking on this link.

    microSD card not included!

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    Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.

    SD, SDHC, and microSD are trademarks or registered trademarks of SD-3C, LLC in the United States, other countries, or both.

    31 Reviews

    65.81% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Works fine Canon 60D with iPad

    • Wrapper,
    •  Champlain, NY 
    • 12/9/2015 2:36:47 PM

    Pros: Very inexpensive.

    I have tried other solutions wifi-eye but they needed custom software and really complicated. This is simple and elegent

    Cons: The manual says type in anything into the browser, but that it did not work.
    I had to type in the IP address directly into the browser. Something in the DNS

    Works fine.

    You really should use this download jpeg due to file size issues.

    Watch out for camera time out. If the camera goes to sleep, the wifi will turn off. You've got to expect that.

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    Dont bother for RAW

    • bruce butkus,
    •  Williamstown, NJ 
    • 11/5/2015 7:49:57 PM

    Pros: Works fairly well with mobile browsers, just connect to the wifi and go to 'Mo' and you get a list of files. open or download all. Takes most Micro SD cards.

    Cons: Raw compatibility is poor. Its not for pros working on RAW with 1 card. If you have dual write capability you can put raw on one, jpg on two. The browser works ok, but saving is a little clunky.
    Also doesnt work with Canon's 'mifi' menu settings.

    So to sum up, this is no MyFi card, and I think that there is a definite use of this for jpg cameras, but for professionals it's really not a workable option.

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    More hassle and slower than a non-wi-fi card

    • Adam Schabtach,
    •  Boulder, CO 
    • 10/7/2015 6:05:04 PM

    I tried using this card with my Olympus E-PL5 (which is on the Compatibility List). I ended up going back to a regular SD fairly quickly. The wi-fi card did not connect reliably with my iPad Air (running iOS8) and did not connect at all with my Surface 3 (running Windows 10). It worked reasonably well when it connected, but the transfer rate is so slow that browsing photos becomes an exercise in patience. Given that most laptops and tablets now have SD or micro-SD slots built in, it's easier to just take a card out of the camera and stick it into a laptop or tablet than it is to switch your wi-fi connection to the wi-fi card, get the card to appear in the browser, and log in. Since the transfer rate is so slow, you're going to end up connecting the card directly to your PC anyway if you have to transfer more than a few photos.
    So, basically it turned out to be a waste of money for me.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hi Adam,

    Thank you for your feedback on PID 11444. Just to verify, did the card show up in your list of networks on the Surface 3? If it did, was there any sort of error that popped up when trying to connect to it or did it connect then fail to show the photos in the browser? If the latter, can we test with a different browser? Also, can we try inputting a different site such as monoprice.com? If truly unsatisfied with the transfer speed of this adapter, I can assist you in setting up a return RMA as we offer a 30-day return policy with no restocking fee. However, S&H is non-refundable. If you would like to proceed, please let me know and I will get that set up. My apologies again for any inconvenience and I hope this helps.

    Gabby V.
    Tech Support Associate

    by Adam Schabtach
    Thanks for your reply. The card _did_ show up on the list of networks on the Surface 3, but no connection could be established. There was a short error message (generated by the OS, not the browser) saying that it couldn't connect. So, there's no point in trying either a different browser or a specific URL. This may be a problem with Windows 10, I suppose, but since I bought the card specifically to use with my Surface 3 which came pre-loaded with Windows 10, it is a completely obstructive problem.

    If it is possible to return this card, minus S&H, I would like to do so since I can't use it for its intended purpose.

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    Camera/computer do not recognize card with adapter

    • Tim L,
    •  Monterey Park, CA 
    • 10/7/2015 1:52:36 PM

    The adapter I received does not seem to work as neither my camera nor my computer can connect to it but if I take out the micro sd card and put it in another standard micro sd to sd adapter then both camera and computer are able to read the card. So the problem has to be this adapter. Despite several attempts no signals of any sort transmit through the wifi adapter. Not only do the devices not recognize the card but neither the camera nor the computer is/was able to format the micro sd card while inserted into the wifi adapter. I had to put it in the other standard sd adapter to format.

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for review on PID 11444. My apologies for the inconvenient experience faced with this adapter. If I may ask, what is the make and full model of the camera tried? Also, what is the size of the microSD card in use? If possible, can we test the adapter with a different card to see if the results are the same? Please let me know so I can best assist you in resolving this matter. Thank you in advance!

    Gabby V.
    Tech Support Associate

    by Tim L
    The camera is a Canon 5D Mark III, which is on your approved list. Having read the reviews I also have power saver mode turned off to help ensure the camera would power the card. I also tried it in a Canon EOS M. Neither camera nor my computer's sd card reader are able to access the microsd card using the wifi adapter. The microsd card is 32 GB. The same microsd card is able to be read by the devices in another standard sd card adapter. The only other microsd card I have is a 64 GB card. I tried that in the wifi adapter and devices still "can not access card" etc. Please advise if your product team has encountered this before, on Canon SLR cameras or in general. Or I appear to have just received a DOA dud. Thank you.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Thank you for the additional information. I see that you have talked with one of our chat representatives and you were able to resolve some of the connection issues. I'm sorry that the adapter still isn't recognized when in the computer's card reader. It definitely sounds like the adapter is defective at this point as it should be detected with everything you're doing.

    I also noticed that they set up an RMA for a replacement for you. Once you have received the new adapter and have had a chance to try it out, please keep us updated through this review or submit a new one. I truly apologize for any trouble this may have caused. If you have any questions about the RMA process or need assistance with anything else, please don't hesitate to ask me!

    Gabby V.
    Tech Support Associate
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    Possible Solution for DSLRs

    • Anonymous,
    •  Solana Beach, CA 
    • 5/9/2015 4:34:22 PM

    Pros: Inexpensive

    Cons: A little tricky to use with some cameras, browsers.

    I was having the same problem mentioned below with the adapter working fine in my point and shoot, but working very intermittently in my DSLR (Nikon D90). I found the answer/work around in a forum under a review of a different wifi card. For the Nikon at least, the card only stays on when the light meter is on and the default setting is 6 seconds. Go to MENU - CUSTOM SETTING MENU (pencil icon) - c Timers/AE Lock- c2 Auto meter off delay, then set it to a longer period. Obviously, this is a battery saving feature, so you may not want to set it to "no limit" (30 min is the max on the D90), but you can turn the meter back on by pressing the shutter release half way down. I plan to set it back to 6 secs when not using the Wifi Card. Credit goes to Chris Applegate, who explained it using a D700, and I suspect that other DSLRs will have a similar function.

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