Yesterday I received the card. Had high hopes set in simplifying the workflow and was only times angry disappointed because the card with my Nikon D90 not seemed to work. Unfortunately, I have also discovered too late to the Toshiba website that my D90 was not to be found in the compatibility list. I was already on the verge return the card back when I noticed that she was visible in my Wi-Fi network in spite of everything for a short time. That meant so that the card but got enough power in the short term. This was also confirmed when I turned on the LiveView my D90 and the card permanently appeared on the network and was also selected and worked perfectly. That gave me the idea of the turn-on time of the light meter to increase (for me it was set to 6 seconds). After I had the time high set to 10 minutes, the board has been permanently recognized for 10 minutes without Live View. The time setting can be found in the Nikon D90 in the menu under C2 (timer and key assignment). Now I have it, regardless of the settings that can be undertaken in our own hands, as long as the Wi-Fi card to be active on the map. I think that on other cameras with the same "failure" is applicable by analogy in this map. So I can also give my four star map. A star deduction for the missing notes or poor research by Toshiba. The card is now doing exactly what they should and I am satisfied. Of course, the battery life is shorter under the increased load, but that's probably normal.