• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A necessity for any travel that is carrying their camera and iPad

    • Written by from Philadelphia

    This is a great product, wonderful to access and store/backup the photos off of my camera which I can than send out or post while traveling.

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Limited compatibility

    • Written by from Fairview

    Will not work with many card readers ("device needs too much power"). Will not work with Canon Digital Rebel XT ("device not supported"). Easy interface when it works, but it is too simple and too limited (cannot define rolls or albums). Good for moving photos from iPhone to iPad for better visibility.

    25 of 27 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Waste of money

    • Written by from Reading

    I never write reviews for things, so at least I now know how cross I need to be before I do so! I selected the more expensive Apple-branded product over the much cheaper versions, as I stupidly assumed it would be more likely to work.

    I've just wasted the past few hours of my busy life trying to get the SD attachment or the USB connector to work with anything. It doesn't. I've tried files and photos, different SD cards, the camera lead versus a USB stick, etc. etc. I wish I'd read one of these reviews before bothering, as by a strange coincidence I too am running the new OS.

    Very disappointed with you, Apple - I won't be buying any more of your expensive accessories. Would have picked 0 stars if that had been possible.

    34 of 44 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    camera connection kit very very disappointing tool

    • Written by from Emmen

    Absolutely wortless piece of equipment.

    I would really love to see my carefully edited pictures on the iPad so I placed some pictures on an SD card, card in iPad camera connection kit,..... nothing happens......
    Turns out, photo's have to be in a folder called DCIM, ok that I can do but the next restriction is that all photo files have to have exactly 8 characters aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarghhh
    I rename my pictures so they have meaningful names and the iPad will not read them !!!

    Next I tried putting photo's on an USB stick........iPad says it draws too much current !!!!

    Jesus, I expected this tool to help me get pictures on the iPad in a convenient way.

    Apple !, do something about this, this is not working at all. Not worth one star.

    I will send this very very poor an very disappointing product back.

    So, you've been warned.

    Best regards

    112 of 159 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    works with Nikon D700 and D7000

    • Written by from Absam

    works great with D700 and D7000 for on the go uploads via Goodreader. well done, Apple!

    27 of 35 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as advertised

    • Written by from Red Bank

    I was a little bit nervous after reading some of the reviews but it worked just as advertised. I was able to transfer pictures directly from two different cameras. I was also able to transfer pictures from my computer to an sd card and then directly into the iPad. I am satisfied that this product works just the way I expected.

    31 of 37 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not working with Canon EOS 300d

    • Written by from Sevenoaks

    So far not impressed with this purchase. whilst it reads cards from my Lumix DMC TZ7, when I connect it to my Canon EOS 300d it just states incompatible device. This happens even with the communication setting on the camera set to PTP.

    21 of 24 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well and does what I need it to

    • Written by from Palm Coast

    I almost didn't purchase this product because of all the reviews. Then I thought, Apples doesn't tend to make stuff that doesn't work. For $30 I'll give it a try. To be clear, I don't use the SD Card adapter as my cameras are all CFs, so this review only applies to the camera connection.

    When I first connected my camera, I had to change the communication mode to PTP as I was getting "incompatible device" errors. Once I did that, BAM! It was great! Snap a shot - there it was. No problems at all. I was able to quickly import photos, edit them using any of the apps I have for that purpose and upload them wherever I wanted.

    The ONLY downside I found was the downsizing (which isn't a problem with the iPad, but with editing apps). If you have a camera that takes good sized photos, don't make the mistake of deleting your originals after importing. Once you edit them on your iPad they'll be downsized quite a bit so keep the originals on your card until you backup to your computer, just to be safe. :-) Love it!

    30 of 35 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    ipad 3 Sony memory stick

    • Written by from Naples

    If your trying to use a USB Sony memory stick adapter and inserting into the Apple USB camera adapter you will get error message the device uses to much power and can not be used don't knock yourself out it won't work, I have a Sony cyber shot if you want to down load your photos to iPad 3 connect the cable that comes with your Sony to the USB Apple adapter
    then to your camera ( power on camera) then plug the Apple adapter end to iPad 3, if you get an error go to the Sony menue (it may ask you to any way) and switch from mass storage to PTP then follow the prompt you should be fine after that.

    25 of 33 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesnt allow you to create folder names, error importing

    • Written by from Fitzroy north

    Does not allow you to add the files to a specific folder you create. A problem when hoolking up my video camera, it thinks I am copying over the same files. It also seems to split the one set of files into mulltiple folders. Really needs some better software. It would not read the format of my .mp4 files (Sanyo Xacti) on the ipad.

    13 of 17 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Power Problems

    • Written by from El Cerrito

    It's a shame that apple changed iOS to prevent delivering power to the devices, this caused incompatibilities with some memory cards and camera hardware!

    18 of 22 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Wont detect the SD card

    • Written by from Thane

    wont detect any of the SD cards I have , looks like another Jail break required

    18 of 23 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked for a while but not anymore

    • Written by from Foley

    Sony cyber shot and ipad3 worked great for downloading pics but like a couple of other people I suddenly get an error message about camera's power being too strong and it won't download any pics. Help!

    14 of 17 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a user-friendly experience

    • Written by from Greenwich

    I have attempted to use this over the course of a year. My experience is that my camera has difficulty establishing a connection to the iPad. Typically, when I plug the camera (most recently a Sony Cybershot DSC TX10, but previously a different Cybershot) into this port, the iPad does NOT recognize anything at all. Typically I end up having to pull the memory card and insert it directly into the iPad.

    Part of the problem may be that I cannot charge either the camera or the iPad during the connection period because their charger ports are being used to make this connection. Nonetheless, that isn't a valid excuse for the process not to work. Essentially this problem reflects the limitations and design constraints of the iPad. Disappointing.

    16 of 24 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't work on Ipad2

    • Written by from Toulouges

    Just get the connection kit , it is recognized by the the IPad2 OS5.1.1 and I can see it in config menu but nothing happened when SD card or camera ( Canon with DCIM format) is plugged in .
    The picture wiewer apps which is supposed to pop up automatically don't open , and there is no way to import my pictures. I tried also to connect from my iPhone 4 as it's supposed to get my iPhone picture file , it doesn't work.
    Shall I return this Kit , I was reading on forums this problem is very frequent


    12 of 15 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    The blame game

    • Written by from Toronto

    My Sony camera worked fine then all of a sudden message USB requires to much power, on my iPad 2. Went to Sony they blamed apple, went to apple they said must be a problem with the brand new camera!! all to say I have a new camera and an ipad2 that doesn't upload photos one of the main reason for having the iPad

    Any help to be offered? Apple by reading the reviews I am not the only one

    15 of 18 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Ipad 3 photo connector worked-ONCE

    • Written by from FAYETTEVILLE

    Now that I need to import 1000's of photos from an SD card - that is recognized by a Win XP and Win 7 machine - it doesn't work in the new 64GB iPad.

    I'm so fed up with this thing I may take it back.

    13 of 17 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Insufficiant Power

    • Written by from Adelaide

    I have a Sony Cybershot and originally this kit used to work fine and downloaded my photos onto the iPad not problem then all of a sudden it just stopped and now it gives me the insufficiant power message.

    Same kit, same memory card just stopped working. Thought it might have been the amount of data but no wont work with even one photo on the memory card.

    As it used to work I wonder if it is more a iPad software version problem.

    26 of 31 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't work with new ipad

    • Written by from Terrace

    I bought the ipad 3 to use for traveling and posting photos from my camera to my blog while away. I had researched that a camera connector kit would make my new ipad able to do just that. It won't connect with my camera - just get an error message "too much power" - cannot connect. I tried it with a different camera and got the same error message. I am really disappointed. I would give this product a zero stars if I could - for use with the new ipad.

    46 of 55 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    It works perfectly, from iPad 1 to iPad (2012)!

    • Written by from Brasília

    I got it when I had the 1st. iPad and it worked great! I even used it a couple of times connecting the iPhone 4 to the iPad and retrieved all the pictures in Camera Roll. Now with the New iPad (2012) I did the same and even connected my Nikon D80 and was able to get all the pictures in the SD card. It didn't matter if I plugged in the card or the camera itself. Amazing product, and with iPhoto for iPad I can even retouch the pics and send to clients right away!

    31 of 34 people found this useful