Nikon D60 DSLR is “Enhanced” for Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card

Nikon D60 DSLR with Eye-Fi 2GB Wireless SD Card

There’s one little detail that came out today from Eye-Fi regarding the just announced Nikon D60 digital SLR camera. It looked like Eye-Fi went to a quiet corner with Nikon before it announced the D60 and both agreed that the new camera should be optimized for the Eye-Fi wireless memory card, why not?

As soon as the Eye-Fi wireless 2GB SD card is inserted into the D60, the camera launches into a song and dance and tingles all over – indicating that it recognizes the wireless card – and appropriately adjusts its power timer settings to upload photos to a computer or the Internet.

Of course, Eye-Fi will do that with all other digital cameras, are you kidding? It’s just that, out-of-the-box, the D60 experience with an Eye-Fi wireless SD card is improved, according to the song-and-dance from the Eye-Fi PR department.

As part of the collaboration, Eye-Fi will also add Nikon’s
“my Picturetown” online photography community to its Eye-Fi Service as a photo sharing option for users.

To make it really more appealing to prospective buyers of the D60, Eye-Fi is including the wireless card for free (joke, joke joke…just a thought).

[Site: Eye.Fi]
[Via: PR Newswire]

Chris Malinao

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Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

One thought on “Nikon D60 DSLR is “Enhanced” for Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card

  1. ian

    I saw that Picturetown demoed at Macworld. It’s like a lame attempt at Nikon to give you a flickr like destination.

    At the same show I bought the Eye Fi for my D40, works like a charm after you adjust the powersaving settings