JohnP2712 wrote:Did anyone resolve this. I have a Lexar Shoot-n-synce 2G SD card (which I understand is an Eye-fi card but cant figure out which) to fit into one of these security cameras. I got this model as it is SD and SHDC. However I cannto get it to transfer videos
hyachts wrote:A couple of things:
1. At the moment Eye-Fi cards commercially available do not support video transfer which is what the Smartguard camera saves (not JPEG images, which is what the Eye-Fi card will transfer). Video is coming, but no word on exactly when.
2. The card does not delete files that have been transferred, so unless the camera overwrites old files once full (which the SmartGuard says it does) the card will eventually fill up and have to be manually removed and files deleted. It's not clear what the Bushnell camera does when the card is full.
3. Depending on the distance from the camera mounting location to the wireless AP, and on the material and configuration of the camera you may not get enough range out of the card. I would definitely try to figure out a way to test this before you invest in a lot of equipment.
There are a couple of people on these forums who have tried somewhat similar arrangements, maybe one of them will share some wisdom.
....thanks for sharing....We are in the market to upgrade our exterior motion sensor lights to motion sensor lights with built-in digital camera. Takes snapshot of anyone or anything that causes the sensor to activate, such as prowlers, delivery persons, or door-to-door salespeople. Two examples I looked at record and the image to an SD card, which is nice, but inconvenient. Checking images would require one to remove the card and view it on the computer.
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