Eye-Fi now works with more hosting sites

Brenda Barron - May 5, 2009
Eye-Fi now works with more hosting sites

People that use Eye-Fi video memory cards know that they can directly upload pictures and videos to websites like Flickr and YouTube. But a new update announced today makes it so you can upload to three more supported sites, and it’s still just as easy.

The sites that just recently received support include Photobucket, SmugMug and Picasa Web Albums. Now, with a capable video or still camera, you can quickly and easily upload your media to the sites over a Wi-Fi connection. The media will transfer from the media card itself straight to the website of your choice.

The Eye-Fi cards can be set up to sync with a computer instead of performing Internet transfers, if you’d like. There are currently two versions of the card on the market, the 4GB Eye-Fi Share Video wireless SD memory card, which costs $79 and the 4GB Eye-Fi Explore Video, which costs $99.

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