Eye-Fi Announces Support From Seventeen Online Photo Destinations
Eye-Fi Users Can Now Wirelessly Upload Photos Directly to Online Photo Sharing, Printing and Social Networking Sites
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Eye-Fi (www.eye.fi)
today announced that its Eye-Fi Card will allow users to automatically
upload photos from their digital camera directly to 17 online photo
sharing, printing, social networking and blogging sites. The Eye-Fi
Card went on sale today at online retailers including Amazon.com,
Buy.com and Walmart.com. See release entitled: "Eye-Fi Unveils World's
First Wireless Memory Card for Digital Cameras."
Eye-Fi users are free to select from popular online photo
destinations including KODAK Gallery, Shutterfly, Wal-Mart, Snapfish,
Photobucket, Facebook, Webshots, Picasa Web Albums, SmugMug, Flickr,
Fotki, TypePad, VOX, dotPhoto, Phanfare, Sharpcast and Gallery.
"We've eliminated the hassle and made it simple for users to do more
with their photos," said Ziv Gillat, co-founder and vice president of
marketing and sales for Eye-Fi. "By partnering with 17 of the top
online photo destinations, we're giving users the greatest choice and
flexibility to do what they want with their photos - from posting to a
blog, printing them for relatives, or sharing them online with friends."
"KODAK Gallery is committed to helping people tell their stories and
we are thrilled that the new Eye-Fi Card will help people free their
pictures from their cameras so they can share them with friends and
family," said Mark Cook, worldwide director of marketing for KODAK
Gallery. "We're excited that our customers can now spend less time
dealing with the upload process and more time creating beautiful and
meaningful personalized holiday items like cards, calendars, photo
books, and more."
Eye-Fi users can also choose from top social networking, digital
media and blogging sites including Photobucket, Facebook, TypePad and
"User-generated content is now a defining feature of the online
experience, especially when it comes to linking and sharing that
content across social networks," said Alex Welch, president of
Photobucket, one of the Web's most popular creative hubs. "Eye-Fi has
made it even easier for Photobucket users to express themselves, and
share photos with their community of friends and family."
Eye-Fi's 2GB wireless SD memory card was announced today, and is
available at major online retailers including Amazon.com, Buy.com and
Walmart.com for $99.99 USD. It's also available from the online stores
of J&R, B&H Photo and Video, dotPhoto and Photojojo. For more
information, please visit http://www.eye.fi/