I actually think it's less than $30 a month (and the inevitable Samsung two camera sensor cameraphone iPhone clone will be cheaper in a year or two). And then after 2 years the phone is yours. And it has a zoom. Good bye point and shoots once and for all! Good riddance. If the point and shoots auto-synced their photos w/an iPhone or . . .
Why because it's too slow. Switched to Eye-Fi card
I lose the GPS but Eye-Fi's WiFi works so much better than Fuji's apps.And who really needs single point GPS anyway? Fingers crossed that Fuji's app will become more usable someday (e.g auto-connect, so you don't have to do the phone + Fuji camera dance every single time!).
isn't Android supposed to better at networking? and multitasking?
( The iPhone6 Plus was better than the Samsung S6 Edge too so there appears to be a pattern here :-) ! )
The iPhone6S plus pairs very quickly with Fuji's Cam Remote. The Huawei Nexus 6P didn't; it was noticeably slower and more awkward. Huawei's fault? Android's fault? Google's fault? Who knows but it just goes to show . . .
but it does auto-upload them on iOS
check back in Dec 2016 to see if I am right
You get what you pay for :-) But I think all you need is something like Lightroom Mobile but programmed from an iPad Pro point of view first (i.e. including stylus and keyboard and solving the external storage / SD import problem AND not needing desktop sync or any other legacy kludges)!!!!!!
plug the USB OTG cable into the Note5 not the X100T
doesn't seem to be a way
The only solution seems to be an SD card lightning adapter for iOS or an USB OTG cable attached to the Android phone or tablet and then attached to the X100T. There must be a better way, right :-) ? OK maybe not, maybe I should just patiently wait for the iPad Pro to have a decent RAW photo editor (my bet is that will be less than 1 year from . . .