• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth Every Penny

    I've tried this our Canon DSLR, Powershot,G7, Panasonic, Nikon and they all work like a charm, this is really worth every penny

    46 of 53 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Constrains iPhone photos to 600x600

    I bought this product to transfer photos from my iPhone to my iPad so that I can edit them on the bigger screen of the iPad. Unfortunately, the transferred iPhone photos are constrained to 600x600 for some reason. I am not sure why this product is doing this. As such, I'm greatly disappointed.

    59 of 87 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Videos won't work shot with a Canon Powershot

    I have a Canon Powershot sd780 which shots in 720p HD and the videos do not work with this product. The photos import just fine but whenever I try to upload a video it just gives me a blank grey icon that says .MOV. The entire reason I got this product was for video. Well, I'm assuming if you have any type of Canon Powershot, I would think twice about purchasing this or do your research first.

    60 of 97 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Camera Connection Kit to iPhone

    I have had a great time connecting via USB from my iPhone 3GS - for photos and video -to the iPad.

    It works well with my Sony CyberShot - but the video doesn't play. It does sync the videos to iPhoto to be able to play them.

    18 of 24 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works with CF cards and Raw Files

    This is a great accessory to have if you have a point and shoot camera or a DSLR. I have used it with both the SD card reader and the USB reader to upload images from a CF card. If you have a DSLR which uses CF cards it will still work, just connect a CF card reader into the USB plug and it will read it just like the SD reader. Also I shoot in RAW (NEF) and it will read those images and when I connect my iPad into my computer I can import the RAW files directly into Lightroom or Aperture with no data loss to the original file! It will be useful when I travel and want a backup or run out of room on my card and want to store the files on the iPad. I also have seen that you can upload video but I have not tried that yet. As a photographer though, it does everything I could have asked for and more!

    121 of 135 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A must have adapters for iPad user

    The SD card read fast and fawless. USB adapter is multi function connector for USB speaker, multi format card read, Skype phone set and more.
    RAW format file support Nikon NEF, Canon CR2 and Olympus RAW.

    36 of 39 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Besides the Picture import, USB one can also be used for audio out to USB speakers / headsets and to use a USB keyboard on it!

    148 of 182 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The USB will work with many things, not just a camera!

    Things that I found out that you can plug in to the USB connection are USB headphones and USB headsets, USB keyboards and probably more things. If you buy the package, it comes with two different products, one for a USB connection, and another for an SD card. Also, you can plug any iPhone to the USB port and get your photos off of the iPhone so you can view them on your iPad! This is a very nice product and nothing I would change. If you email the photos with the Mail app on the iPad, they are in 2048x1536 resolution rather than the iPhone's 800x600 emailed resolution. One last thing, once you connect to your Mac, iPhoto brings in full resolution images with EXIF information intact. Great job Apple! The iPad now has a USB port!

    29953 of 30928 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The connectors work well

    I got mine two days ago and first wanted to make sure that I could transfer camera RAW files. The connectors transferred CR2 files (Canon) via the SD reader nicely and NEF files (Nikon) hooked to my D300 via a USB cord and the USB connector.

    I've tried to connect various devices via the USB connector as follows:

    Small portable hard drive - draws too much power to work
    Multi-card readers - draw too much power to work
    Single CF card reader (Office Depot Ativa) - works!
    USB Memory stick - "unsupported device"

    Now all we need is Aperture for the iPad!

    291 of 311 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    The first connector (30 pin of course) features a USB port allowing you to connect up either your digital camera or iPhone direct to the iPad. When connected an application automatically loads up displaying thumbs of images that are available on the camera or iPhone to download. You can then select what you want to copy over. Images are then synced with your PC or Mac is required.

    The next connector is almost the same but instead of connecting the camera direct to the iPad it features an SD card slot allowing images to be read directly from the memory card containing pictures. The same app (Photos) is opened up and the same interface.

    4094 of 4930 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Useful Little Thing

    This is a wonderful little addition to my iPad accessory collection.

    Picked it up at my local Apple store.

    I am so happy now as I can very easily transfer photos from my digital camera directly or by putting the SD memory card into the slot. This is VERY handy when you travel.

    Thanks Apple for another great product for our magical iPads !

    3503 of 4485 people found this useful