I'm a Fuji S5 Pro user, brand new X2 owner but it does not work for me, even with a CF adaptor.
I won't complain about it ; i knew what i was hoping could not work. As a geek, i was not afraid to test, experiment and still searching for a (even complicated) way to make this working. Btw i think it has been discussed for a very long time, so no double posting.
I read all this thread before writing this, but as i'm french and not a very good english reader, i still have some point i don't understand.
Berend, i saw you said that you might have enough data to know if a CF could be great. Would you want me to build a quick'n'dirty php poll and take some emails of the potential buyers, with, let's say, the description 'bowserb' wrote in page 2 ?
My ideal Eye-Fi product would be a Compact Flash version with 16GB udma memory and 802.11n communication, along with the ability to work with popular remote software like Breeze Systems' DSLR Pro. As an advanced amateur, I really don't care about any of the wifi hotspot stuff, automatic uploading to a website, etc. Shooting RAW, my files are 18-22GB each. I want them in the computer ASAP. Price point? I see $200 to $250 as OK
Or maybe it's a technological issue ? If so, i can see why you're saying that you're not recommanding CF adapters.
I may understand that a line drawn at the door of your business doesn't allow you to give people third party solutions. (I think you did, but) did you consider that giving people a third party solution with saying "we know that people tried this technique with this DSLR but we really don't recommand that and it'll make warranty void" would change the way customers are currently seeing that cold sentence "no CF adapter at all" ?
I guess always saying the same things are (a bit) annoying (in my job i do it ALL the day). That's why i'm trying to ask new questions. I hope people will read all the topic before posting a lame "my CF DSLR camera don't work this is a shit" answer, and consider the hole problem before