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Wondering if anyone has any experience using the Eyefi Mobi Pro 32GB card with X Pro-1.  My two main concerns with the Eyefi / X Pro - 1 combo are battery life and speed of transfer to desktop. 

 

Would appreciate any insight on this. I am hoping that the X Pro-2 will support tethered shooting but want to determine an alternative if not. 

 

Thanks!

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I use the Eyefi Mobi Pro 32GB card with X Pro-1 all the time. But I only use it to transfer JPGs to iPad, not Raw to Desktop.  I can say that I do not think it kills battery life.  If I were to use it to do "tethered" shooting, I would still only transfer the JPGs wirelessly and rate/cull those, and then download the Raws later and match them up.  

 

If you would like a specific test done, I could possibly whip something up. 

 

-Mick 

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  • 1 year later...

Hi,


 


I've got a Fuji Xpro 2 and I bought recently a Eyefi MobiPRO to transfert my photos directly to Lightroom (on my Desktop) when shooting in studio.


However, despite I've registered my card, downloaded the Keenai software, and having a connected message on my computer when my camera is on with a the Eyefi MobiPro inside, my photos don't upload in the "Keenai Photos" folder on my PC.


 


Could someone help?


Thanks in advance for your help


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