Transferring photos on to iPad is a big headache for many, basically due to the absence of any USB port. Though Apple claims that iPad is a perfect replacement for netbooks, absence of USB ports is a big con as you can’t transfer photographs from your digital camera to the iPad directly.

iPad users normally copy the photos from their digital camera to a computer and then use a program like iTunes to transfer them from the computer to the iPad. However, if your camera is fitted with one of the Eye-Fi memory cards, you can transfer the pictures from the directly to the iPad over your Wireless (Wi-Fi) network.

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Check out the video below which demonstrates how images are transferred from a DSLR to an iPad wirelessly using an Eye-Fi Geo X2 wi-fi SD card and the iPad app ShutterSnitch.

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  • Bob berbowski

    Or simply plug the USB adapter into the bottom of your iPad, then connect your camera. Too easy?