We first looked at the Eye-Fi wireless SD flash memory card back in February , and liked its easy uploading and support for photo-sharing sites like Flickr. This week, Eye-Fi announced new partnerships with Nikon's my Picturetown , Adobe's Photoshop Express , and made its cards available at Circuit City. Here are the details.
While Nikon already supports wi-Fi wireless uploading to my Picturetown from its Coolpix S50c, S51c, and S52c, the built-in support in Eye-Fi Share and Explore cards enables users of any Nikon camera that uses SD media to transfer pictures automatically to my Picturetown.
Nikon has also worked with Eye-Fi in the design of its new D60 DSLR camera. The D60 adjusts its power levels when using an Eye-Fi card for better wireless uploading.
Eye-Fi Share and Explore cards now support Adobe Photoshop Express as well as over 20 other photo sharing sites , including Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, Snapfish, Windows Live, and many others.
Eye-Fi Share cards are now available at Circuit City stores and the Circuit City website.
In our original February review, we reviewed the Eye-Fi Share card, but Eye-Fi actually make three different lines of 2GB SD cards with Wi-Fi radios:
Eye-Fi cards command a hefty price premium over standard 2GB SD cards, but they can save you a lot of time and effort. What say you? If you're already using Eye-Fi cards, tell us how they're doing for you. If you're new to the idea, let us know if you think the features are worth the money.