Eye-Fi Inc., which makes wireless memory cards for digital cameras, says users can now upload videos directly from their digital camera to Picasa Web Albums, Photobucket, or SmugMug. Similarly, they can do it for YouTube or Flickr, without even using a computer.
According to the company, the 4GB Eye-Fi Share Video and Eye-Fi Explore Video cards can upload photos and videos directly to the computer and to one of more than 25 online photo and video sharing sites.
The Eye-Fi Explore Video card automatically geotags photos and videos with location information about where the moment was captured, and offers hotspot access from more than 10,000 Wayport and open hotspot locations in the U.S. to upload away from home.
Its new wireless SD memory cards are available at Apple Retail Stores and Best Buy locations in the U.S. for $79 (4GB Eye-Fi Share Video) and $99 (4GB Eye-Fi Explore Video).
Eye-Fi’s complete line-up of wireless SD memory cards range in price from $49–$99 and are available at http://www.eye.fi, in store at Apple Retail Stores and Best Buy locations, and at major online retailers such as Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and Costco.com.