There are three things you could do to fix this problem :
1) Lower the resolution on the video and photo quality
2) Purchase a spare SD card
3) Periodically during your trip, go through your photos and remove any duplicates or bad shots.
4) Backup your photos and videos online using your iPad
Backing up my photos and videos online frees up space on my camera and gives me peace of mind that all these photos will never be lost.
First you must purchase a SD card reader for the iPad
The one we are going to use in this blog is a 5-in-1 Camera Connection Kit.
The particular unit supports iPads 1 through 3.
Attach the 5-1 connector to your camera using a mini USB cable.
Note : If your camera uses an SD card, Mini SD card, or SDHC card,
you can plug the card directly onto the slot on the connector.
Launch "Photos" on your camera
Click "Yes" and voila, you now have more space on your camera to snap photos.
Setup iCloud or Dropbox to allow you to save your photos online.
Setup the software to sync with your iPad's photos
This will make sure all your hard earned photos during your travels are safely stored online and never lost.
Display movies on your iPad to your TV
During my trip to Europe, I loaded my iPad with all my favorite movies. During the evenings, I would connect the iPad to the TV.
To this,change the video input on the TV's remote to "AV"
Launch videos under Ipad and the video/audio will be sent to the TV
Charge your iPad
The adapter can be used as a regular iPad charging. Just use the mini USB cable and connect it onto the electrical plug.
Access your iPad
The adapter can be used to access your iPad through your computer. Just use the mini USB cable to connect the iPad onto the computer's USB port
Written by : Johnson Huynh