Official Apple Lightening Camera SD card reader @ Asda
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Official Apple Lightening Camera SD card reader @ Asda

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Found 6th May 2016
Down from £25 to £12 In-store Asda Derby

With the Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader, it’s easy to download photos and videos from your digital camera to your iPad or iPhone so you can view them on the gorgeous Retina display and share them with family and friends.
After you insert the SD card into the reader, your iPad or iPhone automatically opens the Photos app, which organises your photos into Moments, Collections and Years. And when you use iCloud Photo Library, all your full-resolution photos and videos are stored safely in iCloud and automatically added to the Photos app on all your devices. With iCloud Photo Sharing, you can share your photos and videos with just the people you choose.
The Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader supports standard photo formats, including JPEG and RAW, along with SD and HD video formats*

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Not national, was only in my Asda earlier today looking at them.

none in mk
but did find some JVC sport headphones for £6
Edited by: "mk3" 6th May 2016

Way cheaper than Photoshop. I'll get one to improve my too-dark photos.

Hot if you can find it!

quidstretchy

Way cheaper than Photoshop. I'll get one to improve my too-dark photos.



No, I think it makes that part of your phone weigh less.

Would this work in reverse to what the description describes? Downloading the photos from your iPhone or iPad to the SD Card.

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rayat04

Would this work in reverse to what the description describes? Downloading … Would this work in reverse to what the description describes? Downloading the photos from your iPhone or iPad to the SD Card.



I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work that way, but I haven't researched much into it

anthonynsinclair

I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work that way, but I haven't researched much … I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work that way, but I haven't researched much into it



Thanks for the input. I'll have a look into it now and will let everyone know whether this would be possible.

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rayat04

Thanks for the input. I'll have a look into it now and will let everyone … Thanks for the input. I'll have a look into it now and will let everyone know whether this would be possible.



On the Maplin website is advertises transfer to and from your device so I am guessing you can transfer the other way round too maplin.co.uk/p/a…wcB

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rayat04

Thanks for the input. I'll have a look into it now and will let everyone … Thanks for the input. I'll have a look into it now and will let everyone know whether this would be possible.



Also if you check this screenshot, someone asked the same question and the reply was that you can indeed both read and write using this device i.imgur.com/ziz…jpg

Which Derby store was this in - Sinfin or Spondon?

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051milesradius

Which Derby store was this in - Sinfin or Spondon?



Spondon, but I would advise calling first as there was only 1 left after I purchased.

anthonynsinclair

Spondon, but I would advise calling first as there was only 1 left after … Spondon, but I would advise calling first as there was only 1 left after I purchased 20 for eBay.


FYP.:D

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qwerta369

FYP.:D



Hahahaha, just the one for me

anthonynsinclair

Spondon, but I would advise calling first as there was only 1 left after … Spondon, but I would advise calling first as there was only 1 left after I purchased.



Thanks, I reserved it and picked it up this afternoon

Save your money and just use Snapseed to lighten your photos. It's a free app.

anthonynsinclair

I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work that way, but I haven't researched much … I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work that way, but I haven't researched much into it


I've had search and found that it is NOT possible to export photos from your iPhone/iPad to the SD Card; even with a third-party app.

A variety of sources were looked at, including: Apple Website - Question & Answers, & 9to5Mac - Comments

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