The 3-in-1 Lightning Camera Connection Kit For iPad Is Your One Stop For Importing Photos [VIDEO]
The smartphone and tablet boom has truly revolutionized the way we take, view and share our photos, and thanks to the iPad’s gorgeous Retina display, it’s one of the best devices out there for viewing your high-res images. Not only that, but with up to 64GB of storage on the table (it’s a hefty $100 per storage bump, but that’s another matter of another time), you can store thousands upon thousands of high-resolution images for your effortless viewing pleasure.
As with the cat-skinning scenario, there are many ways you can set about transferring images from your camera to your iPad for safe-keeping, and one of the most popular involves a little adapter with some description of SD card reader. However, thanks to Apple’s decision to introduce the frustratingly-proprietary Lightning dock connector to the fold, options are momentarily at a premium; or at least, they were.
Enter the 3-in-1 Lightning Camera Connection Kit over at iphone5mod.com. True to its name, it offers not one, not two, but three different methods for transferring your precious images from your camera to your iPad. The Lightning dock connector has meant anybody with a reliance on peripherals and or specific accessories have had to do without, and with Apple not even bothering to release a Lightning dock, accessories for the tiny, reversible plug are at a premium right now.
Thankfully, the 3-in-1 Lightning Camera Connection Kit is as economically-priced as it is useful, and as well as your traditional SD card slot, there’s also a microSD slot and USB port, through which you connect your camera as if you were syncing with a computer.
With such functionality and something of a free roam in the market while other accessory makers launch other Lightning products, the price tag could have been significantly higher than the $23.90, so it’s commendable that, despite the newness of the Lightning dock connector, the iPhone5mod team aren’t looking to merely extort.
It’s compatible with the fourth-gen iPad as well as the brand-new iPad mini, and if you’re the sort of person who’s always taking photos, this little contraption would seem a must-purchase.
Those interested can head over to this link and buy it right now.
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