Speed Class: Class 10 (SD Speed Class), Class 3 (UHS Speed Class)
The Simple Way To Shoot and Share
Embedded with a wireless LAN chip, the latest FlashAir™ acts as a wireless access point for cameras without Wi-fi capabilities, allowing you to share your photos with up to seven compatible computers, smartphones or tablets from your camera directly. This means you’ll be able to effortlessly shoot and share photos or videos, anywhere, anytime.
New Firmware. New Features.
The latest FlashAir™ comes with an improved firmware and two innovative features: Photoshare and WEB DAV.
- Select and send photos from specific dates only
- With PhotoShare, you can be more selective with the photos you share. Simply tag the photos of a selected date to share and the other photos in your FlashAir™ IV are kept private to you.
- Directly access your FlashAir™ from your PC
The incorporation of WEB DAV on FlashAir™ IV means you can now directly access data stored on your memory card from your computer, without requiring a web browser.
Easy Wireless Set Up
It’s just as easy to set up your FlashAir™, as it is to use it. There’s no need for cables or drivers. Simply slide your card into a camera or camcorder and set up the wireless LAN function with a PC, tablet or smartphone to get started.
Easy Way To Communicate
In addition to supporting access from web browsers, the latest FlashAir cards include WebDAV support to provide photo management functionality for PC and Mac users.
Low Power Consumption
Optimized for battery powered devices, the wireless function is switched ON only when necessary, keeping the power consumption low.
SD Memory Card Standard
The world’s first SD memory card to meet SD Memory Card Standard for data transfers over card-embedded wireless LAN.
** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.
*1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.
*2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.
*3: Based on Toshiba’s test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the file