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!



    Support Files:



    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.

    3.6 / 5.0
    31 Reviews
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    Good for the Price
    I have both an EyeFi and this adapter. I put the EyeFi in my wife's point and shoot because she was constantly wanting me to download her pictures. After the success of the EyeFi, I put this in my Canon SLR.

    The EyeFi is more expensive by a factor of 1.7 to 2.5 however, it comes with memory installed. This card requires a memory card to be purchased separately and inserted (which also allows the memory to be changed out or upgraded. Even with the added cost of the memory card, this was significantly cheaper to purchase. (I happened to have an extra microSDHC card lying around.)

    My camera would not format the microSDHC card while in the WiFi SD adapter. I formatted it in a standard adapter and changed it out and it worked fine without any issues. I found it to be very fast in my Canon SLR even in burst modes. I could detect no lag in performance while it was in a SLR. I did not try it in a point and shoot.

    The software for this card is minimal. once connected to it's wifi, using any browser, you get a thumbnail of each picture taken. It connects easily with my laptop or Ipad. I connected to it via my Android Note 3. It can be somewhat quirky as my Android seems to want to find Google.com. Now for the kicker. The software seems to have problems downloading multiple pictures. The user can click and download one picture at a time or select multiple pictures and download as a Tar file. I could not determine a download path and automate the download as I can with an Eye-Fi card. For me, the software limits the card's use. I may use it only as a means to email pictures occasionally. I won't use it to download the card on a regular basis. I have to admit, the Eye-Fi card is not without it's faults in this area however, its software is light years ahead of this card.

    While I could connect easily to this card via my Android phone, Ipad, or Laptop I could not connect to my desktop as it will not connect to a wireless device. My desktop has a wired connection to my router. I could install a wireless card though, I have not tried it because the software is so limited. If you use a laptop, this should not be a bother. My Eye-Fi has software for my desktop.

    This card has no cloud capacities







    PROS: Flexible memory capacity, Quick WiFi Access, Easy to setup, Price

    CONS: Less features, not desktop friendly,
    May 17, 2014
    Great for easily sharing JPGs on the go!
    I'm an engineer by day and run a small photography business on the side doing events, portraits, and a few other projects here and there. I was long interested in the Eye-Fi wireless cards but found them too expensive for a capability that I may not use often. For the price, I gave the new Monoprice wifi card a try. Low price being the main incentive, but also changeable storage and not requiring special software was huge in choosing this over the similar Eye-Fi cards. You fill one of those up and you have to delete pictures. With this card, you can simply pop in another microSD and you have essentially unlimited storage with wifi capabilities. The cons are also stated above. Sometimes trouble accessing through the browser but closing and reopening usually works.



    For the casual user, it's perfect. Take pictures, use the card to transfer it to your phone, and upload to social networks without the need for a computer or USB cable. For professionals that shoot RAW, wifi transfer isn't the fastest or most efficient way to transfer images so I don't recommend it for that. There is a use for some professionals though. I shoot a Canon 5Dm3 and with the dual card slots, I plan to write my main RAW images to the CF card and send a JPEG copy to the SD card. (Using class 10 microSD cards, I haven't noticed a difference in read/write speed but that's just a casual observation.) This will allow me or clients to access pictures on the go if they want to upload a shot. Makes on the go proofing really easy if you want to check on a tablet or phone. I also plan on uploading pictures to social media when taking my camera on vacation and other casual events.



    Overall, I think it's a great price compared to other similar products while at the same time giving you more flexibility in terms of storage. I will definitely recommend to others looking for wireless capability for cameras.

    PROS: Cheaper than other wifi capable cards.

    Compatible with any camera that accepts SD cards.

    Storage is changeable allowing you to give wireless capabilities to endless microSD cards.

    Pictures accessed via browser, no proprietary software or apps required.

    Can be accessed by multiple devices at the same time.

    CONS: Devices connect easily to the wifi 'network' but sometimes come across problems accessing the files through the browser. Closing and reopening the browser has helped and I often have had easier access using Internet Explorer rather than Chrome. Sometimes takes a little time but I haven't not been able to access the files.

    Unable to choose specific pictures to send. Accesses entire card (as far as I know).

    Can't use wifi for internet on other device. (This isn't a con of the product, more a limitationof the hardware not being able to be used to connect to 2 networks at once.)
    July 2, 2014
    Works as expected
    Plugged it into my Nikon D90, took a few pictures, connected with phone and tablet to browse pictures. Works as expected. Now my daughter can easily access pictures taken with her phone so she can post on instagram, facebook, ..... May now she will use the good camera more instead of the lousy one on her phone

    PROS: Just works

    CONS: None
    July 25, 2014
    Great way to transfer photos
    I use it to transfer photos from my Canon T3i to my Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 when I am out in the field to get a better look at my photos to check to see that I got the results I was after. Not having to carry adapters and USB cables to hook to the tablet saves lots of time and trouble. There is a little learning curve ( as with a lot of good products) because the documentation is very basic thus the reason for a 9 rather then a 10. It works well and is an advantage if you want to share you photos with other tablet operating systems. Security is not an issue because of the operating range and it is pass word protected (which you can change both password and ssid if you wish to. It does not tell you how to change the password in the instructions but there is a link on the page in the browser when you are hooked up to the camera, it is in the middle to bottom of the page where you will see an option to Change Configuration sign in as admin and change password and or ssid as you would in any router/modem. Keep in mind that you are not using the internet or cell system, the link is between your camera and your device and it has a range of about 55 feet and is sharable with 5 people who have to have the password, so it is secure. Take the time to set it up and understand it and it will make your photo sharing very simple and easy.

    PROS: It solves the problem of being able to transfer pictures to a tablet regardless of the operating system. Can't beat the price and works as advertized !!!

    CONS: Minimal documentation
    January 13, 2015
    Wireless Adapter
    I will be buying more as XMAS presents.

    PROS: Easy to use and opens up real time sharing of pix. Just plug in the adapter with a microSD card and you are set to stream pix to anyone in range.

    CONS: NONE
    December 3, 2014
    First impressions: FANTASTIC!
    This product makes it much more convenient and fun to share pictures with family and friends while you are taking the photos. The cons reported above may require a phone call or email to Monoprice support, but it is well worth the time invested. Since I have spent the last 44 years working in the computer industry, I did not need support and solved the problem on my own, but don't let this discourage you if you are not technically inclined. This product is worth every penny I paid for it, plus it is pure fun, a real blast and very easy to use, once you get it working.



    Beware of issues with microSD memory cards that you re-use from other devices. In some cases these cards cannot be formatted in your camera. This is because they are incorrectly partitioned. If you create a brand new partition (using Disk Utility on a MacBook Pro for example), the card will then format correctly. This is NOT a problem with this Monoprice product but with the microSD memory cards themselves, how and where they were used before in other devices.



    I also wish to add that I am extremely impressed with Monoprice support. I received an email from them asking me to submit a review of this product, but I had not received it yet. Much to my surprise I received another email suggesting that I contact them again if I did not get it, so they could ship me a replacement, but I received it on that same day. Service like this is rare in the technology business and this has encouraged me to refer Monoprice to everyone I know. I am a repeat customer who purchased another product a few months ago that was difficult to find and even when I found it, the reviews from other customers was very discouraging. The Monoprice product I got did not exhibit any of the problems that reviewers complained about in relation to other products, in spite of the fact that it cost significantly less.



    Thank you Monoprice! You can now count me as one of your loyal repeat customers!

    PROS: Great product: Unbeatable price, easy to install and super easy to use, an excellent and long-awaited upgrade to my camera! Fast transmission rate between card (in camera) and other devices!



    Excellent support from Monoprice.com!

    CONS: The manual says to connect a device to the card and once connected, to open a browser window and type anything. On my iPad mini, this would not work with Safari or with Chrome, but when I used the IP address given to the iPad by the Wi-Fi microSD card, it worked perfectly!
    October 29, 2014
    5/5
    I purchased this to add wifi capabilities to my camera. Iprefer using a real camera to my cell phone when possible because a good camera is still superior to a cell phone camera. When we are on vacation my family gets upset because they can't post pictures from my "real" camera to facebook until we get home and transfer them to a computer, usually several weeks later. Now, they can quickly grab them over wifi. Only issue is sometimes my phone senses that the wifi is a "dead end" and not connecting to the internet. It then automatically switches back to the cell network. I solved this by putting my phone in airplane mode, then I enabled wifi. Batch downloading multiple pictures as a single ".tar" file requires you to have a utility on your phone,/computer to extract the photos from the .tar file. These are available for free (Examples: 7-zip for Windows and AndroZip File Manager for Android)

    PROS: Inexpensive. Easy to use. Works as advertised.

    CONS: None.
    July 7, 2014
    Dont bother for RAW
    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.

    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.
    November 5, 2015
    5/5
    The item was not recognized by my DSLR (Nikon D3300), which is a relatively new model. Tech support at monoprice was very helpful with troubleshooting and finally a return for a refund. The item worked great in my smaller point-and-shoot. I suspect it was an issue with the newer camera and not the card, which worked as promised in the other camera.
    November 10, 2014
    Possible Solution for DSLRs
    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.

    PROS: Inexpensive

    CONS: A little tricky to use with some cameras, browsers.
    May 9, 2015
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    will this adapter transmit to the browser a video as you are taking it (live feed) or just a completed video?
    Bob W on Jan 4, 2017
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