8 Pin Lightning USB TF SD Camera Connection Kit Card Reader Adapter For iPad 4 Mini

Pinned on September 3, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Robin Tarbell

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8 Pin Lightning USB TF SD Camera Connection Kit Card Reader Adapter For iPad 4 Mini

Through the 3 in 1 iPad Connection Kit, it’s incredibly easy to download photos from your digital camera to your iPad.
It gives you two ways to import photos and videos.
One is using USB cable, another one is reading from SD/Micro SD card directly.
The Connection Kit supports standard photo formats, such as JPEG and RAW etc.
Besides, it supports external keyboards input as well as import photos from USB flash disk to iPad.
The 3 in 1 iPad Connection Kit includes two connectors, each with a different interface:
USB interface: plug the connection into the dock connector port of your iPad, and then attach your digital camera or iPhone (excluded iPhone 3G) using a USB cable.
Or import photos to iPad through USB flash disk. Besides, the USB interface supports external PC keyboard input.
SD/Micro SD card reader interface: plug the connection into the dock connector port on your iPad, and then insert your SD/Micro SD card.
After you make the connection, your iPad automatically opens the Photos APP, which lets you choose which pictures to import, then organizes the selected photos into albums.
When sync iPad to your PC or Mac, the photos in your iPad are added to your computer’s image library.
The 3 in 1 iPad Connection Kit supports standard photo formats, such as JPEG and RW etc.
The picture files need to be saved in named “DCIM” folder.
The digital camera will create “DCIM” folder automatically, but if USB flash disk, you need to create “DCIM” folder and copy manually.
Please note the three interfaces (USB & SD/Micro SD reader) of the connection kit can not be used together, only one interface choice during using.

Package Includes:
1 x 3-in-1 Card Reader Adapter. (Machine Not Included!!!)

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Comments

P. Armstrong says:

Didn’t work for me I was given this one by a friend as a gift. It failed to work. Period. It simply failed to work. My brand new iPad 4 and my friend’s iPhone 5 reported accessory not supported and it failed to read SD cards, flash drives to the USB port and my camera through the USB. Before getting this, I had purchased their 30-pin version for my iPad 3 (before I got my iPad 4 as a Christmas gift). It failed to read as well, also reporting accessory not supported.I recognize that sometimes there’s a dud and you just need to get a device replaced, but I’ve spoken to friends since I’ve had problems and not one of them like this unit or it’s 30-pin version.

Herbert says:

Worked as intended I was able to name a folder “dcmi” using my PC per intructions and moved pictures and videos over. Used on ipad4. Delivery was on time.

DallasFortWorth Buyer "shadowonyx" says:

Doesn’t work! Tried everything. Accessory not supported was message from iPad mini. USB flash drive use too much power. Micro and standard sd cards not readable. Tried several sd cards different brands etc.


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