If you're new to the i Pad – or perhaps even if you're not – then you may not be familiar with one of Apple's own accessories; the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter.
In simplest terms, this little attachment is designed to provide a connection to your digital camera allowing you to import your photos and videos onto your i Pad.
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