• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works perfectly with EOS 7D & 5D MKII

    • Written by from Honolulu

    I plugged the USB adapter into my iPad2 (iOS 6.01), connected the USB cable and switched on my 7D. Almost immediately a preview of everything on the card popped up. I picked out what I wanted to transfer and it just worked! Repeated the same with my 5D2 with the same excellent results. Once onboard I could view, edit, email or upload to FB, etc. Wish there was a CF card reader for pro cameras but the wired connection works fine.

    What a great device for travel and uploading images in the field or around town. I've read so many bad reviews I almost didn't buy this device but decided to give it a go, and I'm really glad I did. I assume Apple fixed earlier problems as the Camera Connection Kit just works: no special settings, delays or messin' around. I wish it worked with an iPhone as that sure would be handy for quick uploads on the run but I can settle for my iPad.

    46 of 53 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Does what it says it will

    • Written by from Okotoks

    Love it! Bought it transfer pics to my ipad2 and that's what it does! Handy product when away from my desktop and want to dump pics off the camera or just to transfer them to use with iMovie app or photo apps.

    12 of 14 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    iPad camera connection kit

    • Written by from Moundsville

    Works. Does need a human to push adapter into the required slot. Does need a sd card for you to take the pictures from. Does need a cable to attach your camera using the USB adapter. Has read all of my sd cards and all of my USB devices do work, I now have all of my pictures from my game trail camera loaded with ease. If you are not able to get these adapters to work you must be an idiot! Great product for the family!

    27 of 60 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    • Written by from San Diego

    A great accessory that I actually use everyday. I have Sony RX100 that I take photos in RAW file and easily transmit to my iPad 3rd Gen in RAW. Haven't experience any of the problems other talk about. Good job Apple

    5 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Camera connection kit

    • Written by from Howell

    These two little adapters are the berries & work great.

    9 of 11 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works perfectly

    • Written by from PHOENIX

    I do not understand some of the earlier posts about this item not working with the newest IOS. I plugged the SD to 30 pin into an IPad 2 with IPhoto and the photo recognition and transfer was seamless. Does exactly what is advertised.

    11 of 17 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    So easy

    • Written by from Cadwell

    I will say one thing....This Worked Great For Me. EASY. Nice

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wouldn't travel without it.

    • Written by from Brooklyn

    I use this on every trip I take. It's priceless, especially now that iOS has shared photo streams. It's a great way to keep family and friends up to date as you travel. Just pull some pictures off your camera, make a few tweaks, and post them. Bye bye laptop.

    19 of 22 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Connection Kit

    • Written by from Whitehall

    I really like this and use it all the time.Well worth the money.

    16 of 20 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Essential For Travel

    • Written by from Park Orchards

    I purchased this reluctantly after reading the review for my daughter to take to Europe on an exchange program with school. I was concerned after reading the negative reviews that it may be a waste of time and money but I guess the proof is in the pudding. Three and a half weeks later and 3000+ photos uploaded to her iPad I can assure you all the sim card adapter was an enormous success. My daughter is an avid photographer so the ability to "empty" the sim card was a god send. Furthermore she was able to do some editing on the long flight home. She LOVED it, thought it was brilliant, fantastic etc. We are yet to try the camera adapter so will keep you posted.

    14 of 17 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Camera Connection kit Rocks

    • Written by

    I have only used the card reader from the kit, and was amazed how fast (900 photos in about 4 minutes) and easy it was to load onto iPad. Just follow the very simple instructions, you cant go wrong.

    22 of 25 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love it!

    • Written by from Brentwood

    I have an iPad 3rd Generation and the connection kit works just as advertised! You plug it in, put in your SD card and you're good to go!

    12 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great!!!

    • Written by from Mesa

    This product just as advertised. I have also used the USB adapter to hook up a small USB audio mixer and record straight into garage band.

    5 of 8 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Go Pro hero 2

    • Written by from miami

    Greate for importing my sd card videos from my hero2

    21 of 28 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    USB & Nikon SLR - works great

    • Written by from Tucson

    I was a bit concerned about using the USB connector to the iPad, based on previous reviews. Works great with my Nikon SLR, fast, great interface. Glad to have the card reader as a back up, but I don't like pulling the card.

    16 of 19 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Canon EOS connectivity with USB adapter in kit

    • Written by from Searcy

    If your Canon EOS camera is PictBridge capable it will send pictures to the iPad. Go to the camera's menu and then to communication. Press the set button and then switch from normal to PTC mode. Then turn off the camera and connect the USB cable between the camera and the iPad. Make sure your iPad is turned on and then turn the camera back on and watch your pictures appear on the iPad. This works just fine on my older Canon EOS 10D with firmware 2.0.1

    40 of 43 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent for what it was designed for

    • Written by from Colorado Springs

    This is NOT a sneaky way to add a USB port. USB devices need power, which a computer USB port provides. The iPad 3 sends such a minuscule amount of power to the port that it can only work reading a SD card in the card reader. A USB card reader plugged into the USB port won't work because it takes too much power. The SD card reader works w/ SD, SDHC, miniSD & microSD w/ adapters, & MMC. It won't work w/ SDXC. It worked perfectly with my 16 GB speed rated 10 SDHC card. Cameras that work w/ the USB camera connector are digital cameras that support Pictbridge (aka Picture Transfer Protocol or PTP) & "Mass Storage Device" protocol. If your camera can plug directly into a Pictbridge enabled printer & can print directly from the camera w/out going thru a computer, it should work with this device. Think of the iPad as a Pictbridge printer, not a computer. If your pictures do not appear by simply plugging in your camera, you may need to set up your camera the same way you would to print directly from your camera. There is a nice article on Apple.com's support page that gives other tips on how to get this to work w/ your camera. My Nikon Coolpix camera transferred photos perfectly by just plugging the camera into the port. If you don't have a Pictbridge camera, or use one of the supported cards, you probably cannot use this accessory. You are left to transfer your photos to a computer and then transfer to the iPad (via cloud or iTunes sync). I tried using my externally powered photo storage device (which reads every kind of camera card) in the USB camera port and got the "requires too much power" message, even though the photo storage device had a fully charged battery & was plugged into an electric outlet.

    107 of 113 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nikon D7000

    • Written by from Plano

    I haven't had ANY problems with either connector. They both do what they say they will do. Both work perfectly with my iPad2 and my Nikon D7000. I love the convenience!

    31 of 34 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works with my Canon Rebel EOS

    • Written by from Chapel Hill

    I read other reviews from people who could not get the camera connection kit to work with their Canon Rebel. Initially I had the same problem: after connecting my camera to the iPad using a Canon USB device and the kit, the message I got was "USB connection not supported," or some such thing. Of course, the other item in the camera connection kit, designed to enable you to download photos directly from the card, does not accommodate the larger card that the Rebel uses. I was ready to return it to the Apple Store when I decided to try removing the card from my camera, plugging it into the card reader I use to download photos onto my iMac, plugging the card reader into the camera connection kit, and...ta-da! It works! So don't take it back until you give this a try. This seems the perfect solution to the problem of backing up and viewing photos while traveling and avoiding the hassle of lugging a laptop everywhere!

    37 of 44 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very useful

    • Written by from St Albert

    I use this to backup photos from my D300 and AW100 and also videos from the AW100. Both parts of the kit work very well. I have the 64 gig ipad2 so there is lots of storage available even if I also have movies on the iPad.

    I take the camera and HDMI connectors on any trip.

    14 of 20 people found this useful