Picture this scenario:
You’re a freelance photographer and just finished an outdoor shooting for a fashion brand. You are in the middle of nowhere and having a long-haul bus ride to the city. Your phone keeps ringing, but the battery of your iPhone is about to die. Your client is pushing you to send her the pictures, but you don’t even have a chance to fine-tune them. In the meantime, an email comes through; you receive an ad-hoc job, ahhhh, but the 16GB memory card in your camera is full. What are you going to do?
For some people, multitasking is necessary for today’s fast-paced environment; while others suggest that multitasking may not always be desirable to boost productivity. Whether being able to multitask is a form of time management or not, sometimes, we simply have no choice but to make the most of our time.
Ok, let me tell you how I would handle these issues.
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First, I will hook up my iPhone to Vinpok Readver, a Lightning to USB Camera Adapter for iPhone and iPad. Next, I will charge my phone via the power interface on Vinpok Readver with a power bank; then, connect the camera to the iPhone via the iPhone lightning to USB camera adapter on Vinpok Readver. Finally, I will sit back and relax while transmitting the photos from my camera to iPhone (so my memory card will be available for the ad-hoc job!), and charging the battery at the same time. By the way, I’ve recently downloaded a Photoshop app on my iPhone; it is handy and useful, most importantly, the App allows you to do image retouching and restoration on your iPad or iPhone. Heal, smooth; you can mask humans and other subjects with this magic wand precisely in the palm of your hand.
So, everything sounds easy, right? Sometimes, the situation we faced may not be that challenging; it’s about how we tackle it. With Vinpok Readver, the first’s iPhone lightning to USB camera adapter on the market, you can easily transfer pictures and HD video from your camera to your iPhone or iPad.
Even though, there is an increasing number of a digital camera with built-in Wi-Fi support that makes it easy to wirelessly transfer your photos and video from your camera to your notebook or iPad. The downside is you need a Wi-FI SD card and Wi-Fi network to do the job if you want to transmit video content from your camera to your iPad, you certainly don’t want to use your mobile data.
An Offline Helper
You may not be aware that, transmitting HD video and high-fidelity audio can actually chew into a monthly data allowance. For instance, if you transfer an HD video from the camera to your iPad via mobile data, it can chew more than 1697 Mbps! Don’t forget that whenever your phone is transmitting or receiving information, it does so use data!
So, if you have ‘data usage phobia’ like me or you are going on a long journey, and you want to transfer videos from your camera to your iPad and iPhone to free space on your memory card; Vinpok Readver is the best option for you.
Top Features of Vinpok Readver – lightning to USB camera adapter
· No APP needed transfer pictures or HD video from your camera to your iPhone or iPad by using the lightning to USB camera adapter.
· Attached a USB power interface that supports your iPhone or iPad to connect USB peripherals like hubs, keyboards, audio/MIDI interfaces, Ethernet adapters, card readers of SD and Micro SD and more.
· It supports standard photo formats: JPEG & RAW; as well as SD and HD video formats: H.264 & MPEG-4.
· Compatible with iOS 9.3 or latest Version.
Even you are in somewhere with unlimited data or WiFi network, with apple lightning to USB camera adapter, you don’t have to constantly pull the SD card from your camera, and plug it into your computer. And transfer huge files between devices with the wireless connection are just too slow.
Easy & User-friendly
Believe it or not, according to a survey conducted in the U.S, as 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of iPhone, about 77% of U.S. adults say they own a Smartphone, and surprisingly, where 42% of those who are ages 65 and older!
So if you are looking for an aid for your parents to share photos and videos between two iPhones, this iPhone lightning to USB camera adapter is what you should get. Since it is super duper easy to use, no additional App or software needed, your parents without high-tech knowledge can easily handle photo/video transfer on their own.
Easy peasy steps:
1. Turn on iPhone & iPad and attach the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter to the Lighting port.
2. Turn on your camera or iOS device and connect it to the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter using the USB cable that came with your camera or device.
3. Turn on iPhone & iPad, select the photos and videos that you want to import.
4. You can also charge your iPhone & iPhone if they run out the battery while using this camera adapter.
In case you wanna know, this apple lightning to usb camera adapter work perfectly with iPhone: iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,iPhone 6s,iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6,iPhone 6 Plus,iPhone SE,iPhone 5s,iPhone 5c,iPhone 5; and also iPad Pro 10.5-inch,iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd Generation),iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st Generation),iPad Pro 9.7-inch,iPad mini 4,iPad mini 3; iPad mini 2,iPad mini, iPad Air 2,iPad Air.
I always have this little thingy in my pocket, cos I have a bunch of friends who love taking group pictures and videos, but never send them out (speechless…). With this apple lightning to USB camera adapter, I can force them to share the pics with me right away.
You know what, maybe there is secret sauce for Krabby Patty, but there is no secret for multitasking, all you need is a little help from Vinpok Readver.