Eye-Fi has revised its line-up of Secure Digital Wi-Fi/memory cards that work with any camera to include higher capacities, video upload: The new video upload feature is included on two new 4 GB cards that will ship in March, and allow direct uploads to YouTube and Flickr. The two models are $80 for the 4 GB Share Video and $100 for the 4 GB Explore Video. The 4 GB models require a camera compatible with SDHC, the revision to SD that supports capacities larger than 2 GB.
The product line remains divided into three segments, all with new pricing. The 2 GB Home model ($50) uploads just over a local network. The 2 GB Share and 4 GB Share Video models ($60 and $80) work over any configured network with no encryption, WEP, or WPA/WPA2 Personal. The 4 GB Explore ($100) offers geotagging based on Wi-Fi positioning provided by Skyhook Wireless, and one year of uploads at Wayport hotspots.
All Eye-Fi cards are designed to upload JPEG files, and can be used as conventional memory cards, too. Eye-Fi cards can't handle other formats, such as RAW, at this point.
Eye-Fi is releasing a free iPhoto program tomorrow designed for Eye-Fi users that will support iPhoto photo uploading and organization on a local computer. It's a nice idea, as I find myself managing Eye-Fi and iPhoto uploads in a confusing and separate manner currently.