Funding for this project was suspended by Kickstarter on May 31, 2012.
About this project
Instantly stream your DSLR/Digital Camera photos or videos to Cloud Storage and Social Media via your mobile phone network!
... CloudPic Mobile works with every type of camera!
... Streams RAW/JPEG/Videos flawlessly!
... No monthly subscriptions!
... iOS and aOS compatible! Use your tablets as well!
...CloudPic can be used anywhere!
... Choose whether to instantly stream photos to your Cloud account or save it to your phone for personal sharing!
CloudPic Mobile Buzz:
Cult of Mac- "I imagine this to be a much better solution than the Eye-Fi"
Kolton Stevens, Canon USA- "This should definitely be another weapon to add to any serious photographer's arsenal"
Tomi, GadgetsBoy- "CloudPic Mobile is going to be a must have for any serious photographer"
What is CloudPic?
CloudPic is a patent-pending Bluetooth 4.0 adapter, and iOS/aOS application that is used to send photos and videos from your DSLR or Digital Camera to your Phone/Tablet or Cloud account instantly!
What will the funding go to?
We are trying to reach our goal of $20,000.00 dollars in order to improve the functionality of the application and ensure that it is as efficient as possible with a streamlined manufacturing process for our bluetooth devices.
How will the manufacturing process work?
All manufacturing for parts and assembly will take place right here in the USA. Our mobile application will utilize standard Bluetooth 4.0 technology in order to provide a link between the Digital Camera and your mobile device or tablet.
Which Cameras are compatible?
Our bluetooth connection requires a mini usb port that is standard on a wide variety of digital cameras including: Canon, Nikon, and Sony (as well as most companies as this is seen as somewhat of a "standard" for connection sizing.
What are the transfer rates?
You will be getting 27 mbps all day long thanks to Bluetooth 4.0 technology!
Now for something fun... Donation Gifts!
Camera Bag and Teeshirt designs below.
We are using a wireless RS232 Bluetooth module HC-05 hybrid
We are working very hard to test and find ways around the limitations put in place by camera manufacturers
Are you using a micro-controler/chip, what will store the code to transfer data to the iPhone/Android phone?
Yes, Texas Instruments ultra-low-power MSP430.. for more info on this please check out either TI's website or other devices such as this watch that will be using the same tech ( http://www.metawatch.org/ )
Yes the 4s is supported! I personally use one and it is the first device that we started testing on (with the fastest transfer speeds that we have seen so far)
This is something that we are trying to work out as some DSLRs cannot sufficiently power the transfer of data / we have a rechargeable solution in the works now but are also looking into another avenue of tech. The module itself is a 3.3v single supply.
Is it possible to send a JPEG to the iOS device (iPhone/iPad) and have the RAW file remain on the camera?
Not at this time. All pictures will be saved to your camera's SD card and stream. If you choose to save to your phone, you will then be able to individually select which photos to send to your Cloud account.
Yes, it will. The file size is larger, so the transfer time will be significantly slower.
- (30 days)