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That was the one I tried , as I say it didn't like my ipad3 . I did try it on an iPad 2 but even then it was a bit iffy . Maybe it was a bad device.
This one may be a better option
Also there are a few things to remember with any cards via the camera connection kits (the apple SD version or the 3rd party ones)
1: the iPad will only see images within the DCIM folder (this can be used to your advantage as well )
2: the file names must be the standard length (7 characters I think). You can't have file names any other formt as the iPad won't see them.
3: the camera connection kit is one way traffic only. You can't save to the card from the iPad .
4: raw files are a pain on te iPad. They fill the pad up but the iPad only uses the embedded jpeg . (There is a raw converter app but its slower than usless) . But the worst thing I've found with raw files is that it can result in dead space . Im not sure if this is still current on the latest iOS but I have found previously when I deleted a whole bunch of raw files on te iPad I only recovered a little amount of MB . When I connected the iad to my pc I found I had a lot of memory that was listed as 'other' . I had to Basicly reset the iPad to recover the space .
5: shoot raw+jpeg and the iPad imports BOTH files and you can't seperate them .
I have eventually found some workarounds for some of te above