The Apple Lightning to USB Camera Adapter allows you to import photos and videos from a digital camera with USB to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Once connected, your device will automatically open the Photos app which allows you to choose which photos and videos you want to import and lets you organize them into albums. The Lightning to USB Camera Adapter supports standard photo formats, including JPEG and RAW, and SD and HD video formats, including H.264 and MPEG-4.
- Import Photos, Videos From USB Camera
- Compatible with iPhones, iPads, & iPods
Apple MD821AM/A Overview
Apple MD821AM/A Specs
1 x USB Type-A Female
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
6.15 x 2.65 x 0.65"
Apple MD821AM/A Reviews
I bought this to connect my AudioQuest DragonFly DAC to my iPhone's Lightning port. I can now listen to Apple Music in high definition (e.g. 24 bit). I use both AudioTechnica M40x and M50x headphones.
Apple USB Cable
The way I connect this is USB/C to USB adapter cable and they this cable to link the camera to my ipad.
Not what I wanted
This adapter didn't do what I wanted it to do (stream music digitally from my phone), but I'm sure it probably works as the camera adapter it's advertised as. Oh well, another expensive adapter sitting in a box until I need it for something else....
Para su uso diario es necesario en multiples tareas con tus equipos apple.
No Better Than Generic
I bought the official Apple camera adapter because I had naively assumed this would guarantee compatibility with our iPad Pro. How foolish of me! Many of our peripherals will not work without the addition of other accessories, and none of our cameras were recognized until we updated the OS. Sure, updating the OS isn't a big deal, but it makes one wonder what would have happened if we had bought this thing when we first got the iPad and that update wasn't even available yet? Just suffer that it can't recognize common Nikon and Sony cameras? Our iPad is only a couple years old... That covers the software issues, but let's talk about the actual hardware for a moment. As you can see in the photo, the connecting cable is extremely short. This makes it nearly impossible to use without putting severe stress and strain on both the iPad's lightning socket and on the wire. This would no doubt cause one or the other (or both) to fail in a very short time if the user isn't extremely careful with handling it. The only safe ways we've found to use it are to either leave the iPad sitting flat on a surface (which would cause trouble for anyone needing to use it on a stand, like when a musician is using it to connect a peripheral to a music app, a common reason to use this), or alternatively you can connect a USB extension cable to it so the force isn't as sharp on it. I cannot understand why Apple didn't see this obvious problem that could easily be solved by making the cable just a few inches longer. Seems to me they WANT it to fail quickly so you'll have to buy a new one. Yet another shoddy product from an overvalued company who's sole purpose seems to be creating products for the wannabe faux bourgeoisie to show off their petty wealth through conspicuous consumption.
Great products as always !
Fast shipping - thanks !!
Keyboard for iPhone
I use this to connect a full size keyboard to my work phone. That means, if I'm just reading emails, I don't have to turn on my laptop.
Item delivered 2 days before the expected date of delivery.
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