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Olympus E-620/600 An Olympus 12.1MP mid-range compact DSLR, the E-620 and the feature-reduiced version, the E-600.

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Photo transfer

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Is there an app for transferring photos via cable from my E620 onto my iPad. I know of wifi and Bluetooth apps, but with wifi here being so slow I was wondering if you could use a usb - iPad Air conecter. But obviously you would need a program on the iPad to draw them across.
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Re: Photo transfer

You could look at Photosmith.
http://www.photosmithapp.com
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Re: Photo transfer

Found it.
Bought a connecting cable and followed these instructions.
Brilliant.
I know it seems a step back connecting by cable, but when you only have very low and unrealyable transfer speeds over wifi.

Lock your iPad's screen by using the screen locker on the top-right side of the iPad.
Insert the USB Camera Connector into the Dock connector slot of your iPad.
Connect the USB end of the cable that came with your digital camera or iPhone into the USB Camera Connector.
Connect the other end of the cable that came with your camera or iPhone into that device.
Unlock your iPad.
Tap Import All on your iPad.
If you only want to import selected photos, tap individual photos, and then tap Import.
Disconnect the cable and the adapter and you're done!
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