Lightning to USB Camera Adapter

Lightning to USB Camera Adapter

$29.00

3.0 out of 5 stars

Based on 80 reviews

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Product Information

  • With the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter, it's easy to download photos and videos from your digital camera to your iPad with Retina display or iPad mini, so you can view them on the gorgeous iPad display and share them with family and friends.

    After you connect the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter, your iPad automatically opens the Photos app, which lets you choose which photos and videos to import, then organizes them into albums. When you sync iPad to your PC or Mac, the photos and videos on your iPad are added to your computer's photo library.

    The Lightning to USB Camera Adapter supports standard photo formats, including JPEG and RAW, along with SD and HD video formats, including H.264 and MPEG-4.

  • What's in the Box?

    • Lightning to USB Camera Adapter

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Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Great connector

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This product is great for the new iPad I bought! I received the message "requires too much power" and fixed that problem real quic This product is great for the new iPad I bought! I received the message "requires too much power" and fixed that problem real quick. I went on my camera and changed the charging option to off. After that it has been flawless! I am ready for Germany now!

    • Written by from Savannah

    542 of 638 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Great connector
  • Works

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I bought this today to go with my iPad mini. Just posting here to confirm that it worked flawlessly between my 40D (shooting RAW) I bought this today to go with my iPad mini. Just posting here to confirm that it worked flawlessly between my 40D (shooting RAW) and my iPad mini. I'm now on the hunt for apps that will utilize this cable for tethered shooting or other cool things

    • Written by from Allentown

    539 of 650 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Works
  • Dissapointing Connector

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    While on vacation : my USB Card Reader and GoPro hero2 Camera were not recognized, both 'required too much power'. Only with my ca While on vacation : my USB Card Reader and GoPro hero2 Camera were not recognized, both 'required too much power'. Only with my canon 20d I was able to import pictures. Thus: a dissapointing Connector.

    • Written by from Koeln

    404 of 572 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Dissapointing Connector
  • Works flawlessly for me...

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    ...between a Canon Rebel T1i and an iPad Air.

    • Written by from Boylston

    2 of 2 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Works flawlessly for me...
  • A must have device for iPad owners.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This product really works, specially after I found a solution for those flash drives not being accepted on the iPad because of the This product really works, specially after I found a solution for those flash drives not being accepted on the iPad because of their format type or high electric power demands. At first I had some problems connecting some of my flash drives to my iPad mini 2 retina IOS 7, using the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter, but then I found the solution. The flash drive has to formatted in one of the following formats: FAT32 , exFAT , HFS+. If your flash drive isn't recognized by the iPad, and it is FAT32, you have to format it to FAT32 using a special free tool called "USB Disk Storage Format Tool 1.0 Hiren". Just Google for it. I had a Sandisk 32gb FAT32 formatted flash drive, and the iPad didn't accept it, until I reformatted it to FAT32 with this tool. When I previously tried to format this flash drive with Windows 7 built in format tool to FAT32, the iPad didn't recognize the drive. Same goes for my Sandisk 8gb and 4gb flash drive. Note that FAT32 enables a max 4gb per single file size. Also note that for some large drives, you have to wait about 20 seconds until the device is being recognized, so be patient.
    Regarding to the “Cannot Use Device: The connected USB device requires too much power.” I found that if the flash drive is connected to a simple USB hub, it solves the problem for some flash drives, even if the hub is not externally powered!!! Same goes for flash card readers: Most didn't work until plugged in thru the USB HUB.
    Regarding the maximum drive size, note, that you can also connect a 500gb (!!) externally powered 2.5" hard drive ( That has two male USB connectors coming from it, one for power and one for data ), format it to FAT32 using 'MiniAide FAT32 Formatter' or to HFS+ using GParted on linux.
    I also managed to connect my PC keyboard to the USB. Worked great.
    Note: This kit is for iPads. It will not work on iPhones.
    Note: Use a genuine camera connection kit, as the non genuine kit I bought worked only for few of my flash drives, and the genuine kit worked for almost all my devices!

    • Written by from Tel aviv

    6 of 6 people found this useful

    Was this useful? A must have device for iPad owners.
  • Didn't work with my Cameras

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I used this for my Nikon D7000 and my S8100. Upon connection to my iphone 5s both my cameras were listed as incompatible. I'm goi I used this for my Nikon D7000 and my S8100. Upon connection to my iphone 5s both my cameras were listed as incompatible. I'm going to exchange this for the CF card reader. Hopefully that will work.

    • Written by from Huntington Beach

    2 of 2 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Didn't work with my Cameras

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