Hoping you guys can help me out. I've been talking with the people at ShutterSnitch all day and after exhausting their ideas, they suggested I contact you to see if you had any insight into the problem.
A brief description on what's going on. Shooting a Nikon D800 to my iPad using ShutterSnitch. Utilizing my office wi fi network (operated on an Airport Extreme). Selective share is turned on and relay transfer is turned off. Furthermore, direct mode has been disabled because of the known issue with the D800.
Both card, camera, iPad and shuttersnitch are running the most current versions with all updates in place.
That said, when shooting with the D800, images are not being sent to the iPad. However, when I remove the card and plug it into my computer, the images begin transferring instantaneously.
However, I am able to shoot on this network with my D7000 and transfer begins immediately without any issues.
After digging into the eye fi card's log, it was discovered that there were a lot of "Auth response timeout" messages. So, I switched my office wi fi network off (airport extreme) and powered up my mobile hotspot (Zalip Router) that I use for location shooting. As soon as I did this, the D800 began pushing images to the iPad. I changed cameras and the D7000 was able to as well.
For some reason, my D800 will not push when it's using my airport extreme as it's wi fi network. It will work with other cameras, but not the D800. I have the camera and iPad less than 5 feet from the airport extreme, so signal strength can't be the issue.
The folks at Shutttersnitch thought you may have some insight.
I'm attaching a a recent log from the card below... hope that helps.
This isn't a pressing issue as I am to shoot with my mobile router as a base station, but I would still love to figure out what the problem is. Please let me know what you think. Thanks for the help.
- eye-fi card log
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