• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Using with Sony Cybershot

    Having read all previous reviews was very reticent about trying this bit of kit...so bought it from John Lewis knowing that I could return it if it didn't work out. Spent ages with my Sony Cybershot looking how to change various settings. In the end just 'did it' without changing anything and it worked straight away uploading photos to my iPad. Panic over and 100 percent success.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Does what it says

    This does what it promises - it imports photos from a camera or if you have a low power card reader, micro sd cards too.

    A few things that you need to know if using a card reader - photos must be in the right folder called DCIM and the file names must be 8 characters plus the extension, something like 73849399.jpg will work fine.

    I have two card readers - one works, the other says it requires too much power. The working one cost me £1.

    This will actually charge my Sony SBH-20 Bluetooth earphones, so power output isn't that bad, it's just that some card readers are built poorly.

    To import video or photos from things like a GoPro, buy the excellent Photofast CR-8800. Honestly, you won't look back!

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    No problems connecting Nikon D800

    The cable has just arrived and I connected my Nikon D800 without any issues. I offloaded some pictures and video without a hitch onto my iPad Air, so two thumbs up here!

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    works perfectly

    I was worried about the previous reviews, but I am totally satisfied with this product. it works with my Canon EOS DSLR and also with my old Olympus Camedia. I think people may be having problems with their camera's not being fully charged up when they try to transfer.

    71 of 77 people found this useful