Discovery Panel

Welcome to the Eyefi Discovery panel

The Discovery panel will help you learn your shooting habits. You can use it to see the times of day you shoot and which apertures, shutter speeds, and shooting modes you use (and more!) so you can see what works and what doesn't in your photographs. Once you analyze your photographs and your habits, you can see what already works for you, or determine what you need to improve.

Add your photos to Eyefi Cloud

In order for the Discovery panel to get a sense of your general shooting habits, you need to have around 400 photos in Eyefi Cloud. You don't need to go out and shoot that many. Instead, use these instructions to upload your past photos to Eyefi Cloud via a watched folder on your Mac or Windows PC:

How do I get to the Discovery panel?

It's easy to get to the Discovery panel:

  1. Go to app.eyefi.com and sign in to your Eyefi Cloud account
  2. Click the Menu button in the upper-left corner
  3. Click Discover

What can the Discovery panel show me?

Most Common Settings

You'll find the Most Common Settings for your photos in the upper-left corner of the Discovery panel. You can view the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO you use the most, along with the time of day when you take the most photos. You can drill down to see the photos that use your most common settings by clicking the INFO button (the magnifying glass icon) that appears to the right of each setting.

Cameras

The top left corner of the Discovery panel has a drop-down menu that allows you to view the cameras you've used to upload to Eyefi Cloud.

Interactive Graph

The interactive graph in the top half of the Discover panel lets you cross reference multiple information types along an X- and Y-axis. For instance, you can see all of the ISOs you use in photos and all of the apertures you've used with those ISOs. You could also check to see the exposure mode you most often use with your camera and see what shutter speeds you tend to use the most in that mode. You can use any combination of Date, Hour of Day, Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, and Exposure Mode.

To change the type of information that displays, use the drop-down menus in the top right corner of the Discover panel. You can also change the date range that displays by using the sliders at the top of the screen to set when the date range begins and when it ends.

Discovery Panel Photos

Once you've selected the information you want to display in the Interactive Graph (the X- and Y-axis info and the date range), the photos that match those parameters display in the lower half of the Discovery panel.

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