Watch how easily Stuck in Customs’ Trey Ratcliff backs up his Sony A7R digital photos in the field using a WD My Passport Wireless Hard Drive which allows you to wirelessly share data with any Wi-Fi enabled device, without needing an Internet connection.
My Passport Wireless from WD is a portable, battery-powered wireless USB 3.0 hard drive is designed for photographers, videographers, or anyone needing to share information wirelessly, it’s compatible with iOS, Android OS, Windows, and Mac wireless devices. The My Passport Wireless is pre-formatted as ExFAT for Windows and must be reformatted for Mac. The drive allows up to eight users to simultaneously access files stored on the drive and up to 4 HD videos can be streamed simultaneously.
The My Passport Wireless has a USB 3.0 port that can be used to connect it to a computer using the included USB cable. It also has an SD card slot, which can be used to transfer and backup the contents of SD cards to the drive. If a camera has Wi-Fi built-in, then its files may be wirelessly transferred to the My Passport Wireless using FTP protocols. Once the file transfer is complete, the downloaded content may be wirelessly shared.
My Passport Wireless features a rechargeable battery that supports up to six hours of continuous video streaming and up to 20 hours of standby time. The battery can be charged using the included USB power adapter.
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2 thoughts on “Trey Ratcliff in Field Back up with My Passport Wireless HD”
Hi! Do you know if it can stream XAVC s files from the a7s on the iPad app?
No, it’s only capable of transferring reduced size Jpegs over WiFi – not video.