Mobile tech enthusiast, semi-regular ink blogger, and regularly fun all-format blogger Jezlyn posted a big, beefy write-up of her “ultimate” wireless photo upload setup on Late to the Party. It’s an epic tale of triumph and tragedy as she pits her photographic steel against an Eye-fi wifi SD card, iPhone, Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson P1i, and even a few cameras as she seeks an ideal photo system that incorporates great photos, on-the-spot editing, and uploading from anywhere. The quest concludes with some ideas for a fantasy set up that speak of a mighty hero (the MiFi mobile hotspot) and a creature of myth (the long-whispered Apple tablet).
What’s your ideal mobile photo setup?
Jezlyn is a bit more into photography than I am. Okay, a LOT more into it. Working with RAW images and on-the-spot editing are well above my concerns. Aside from adequate quality, all I really want is geotagging, because I’m really bad about doing my own metadata (and I’ve been spoiled by the tagging in my iPhone 3G), and the ability to email photos. I suspect most people aspire for something between my meager desires and Jezlyn’s lofty heights. What say you?