>I do find that the Galaxy screen is a little better than the >screen on the Nikon for drilling down into a an image when in >the field. > >Another method I've used is the have my Eye-Fi card send shots >to my Galaxy. I'll snap a shot, and a moment later a .jpg >pops up on my phones screen wirelessly. I like this method >for confirming focus and etc. > >There is talk out there about the Eye-Fi not being compatible >with the D800, but I've used it enough to know it works when >you have your phone or PC in close proximity ( your pocket for >example).
I haven't encountered Eye-Fi. They claim it is compatible with the Nikon D800/E. Is the point that this card works in the SDslot of the camera without problems and also provides Wi-Fi connectivity to a cellphone or other device. Can you just put the card in a card reader as you would a normal card to transfer images?
Can you recommend something I can read to get a good understanding of how it works?
Leonard Evens Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University