1. sonyscaria's Avatar
    I own a Nikon SLR and I do some post processing before I publish my photos.For the purpose I wanted to use iPad and it is convent while on a trip or away from home since I don't have to wait until get back to my den.
    I wanted to buy an iPad camea connecton kit for my iPad 2, but I heard that the latest IOS won't recognise the memory card or device. I have enquired a number iffy eBay sellers and they all responded saying it wont work with IOS 5.

    Could anyone pls validate this?
    06-06-2012 11:39 AM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    Yea I don't see this working either. I don't believe the iPad has the proper drivers for this. You would need a computer to act as an intermediary and of course if you do that then of course you would just use the PC to process the pictures. The only thing I can think of and it's a long shot and it's probably not practical, and your camera probably doesn't support this. BUT some cameras allow you to directlly email pictures, so you could email yourself the pictures and then open them on the ipad, BUT that could/would be tedious. And like I said, your camera probably doesn't support that feature it's pretty rare.
    06-06-2012 11:45 AM
  3. sonyscaria's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply. These kits have slots to insert the memory cards apart from connecting the camera itself. I would be okay if it reads the memory card and allow me to import the jpeg/RAW files. I don't want to connect the camea or iimport from camera itself. Thanks.
    06-06-2012 11:52 AM
  4. Pocobear's Avatar
    I just tried with my Nikon D7000, and it works with both the USB to camera, and the SD card slot to import to my iPad3 64gb LTE.
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    06-06-2012 12:41 PM
  5. rayz336's Avatar
    I just got this one from Amazon and it works with my SD card from my Kodak and my iPhone through USB, so I assume it should work with your Nikon. Attachment 16358 Attachment 16359


    Sent from my iPhone 4S using Tapatalk
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    06-06-2012 02:16 PM
  6. johannesbueschel's Avatar
    Hey,

    that is weird. I really had no problem using the Connector Kit with iOS 5. I have a EOS 60D and used it with memory card (mostly) or direct camera connection.

    Best regards,
    Johannes
    08-22-2012 06:12 AM
  7. plowboy1065's Avatar
    I have the connection kit and works fine with my IPad 2 but I just use the card reader. What I really need is an app that I can pick which photos I would like to save to the iPad instead of uploading all of them. When I'm looking at my game cam it could be upwards of 2000 pics. Any advice?
    08-24-2012 10:09 PM
  8. johannesbueschel's Avatar
    I have the connection kit and works fine with my IPad 2 but I just use the card reader. What I really need is an app that I can pick which photos I would like to save to the iPad instead of uploading all of them. When I'm looking at my game cam it could be upwards of 2000 pics. Any advice?
    I thought the Photo app gave you the opportunity to select the fotos you want to import, doesn't it!? I try to check it later (I don't have to connection kit with me right now) and let you know.

    Johannes
    08-27-2012 05:36 AM
  9. plowboy1065's Avatar
    It does allow you to check which photos to import but you can only see small thumbnails. Looking for a way I can see the full size picture and then decide whether I'd like to import or not
    08-27-2012 07:57 AM
  10. Bears's Avatar
    Subscribed for more info. I'm a photographer as well and this feature would be perfect for me.
    10-05-2012 07:27 PM
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