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Another thing to ensure when trying all these 'tricks' is to plug the laptop into a power supply. Because the card reader draws power if the battery is not delivering enough current to the reader it can cause issues. For example, mounting of problematic USB hard disks can be resolved by plugging the laptop to the power supply.
I purchased an eye-fi SD card and it works perfectly...once you download the app and connect via wifi to the card, the images transfer right over, where they can be edited just like all the photos taken from the iphone.
Direct connections like that don't work AFAIK. I believe you'll have to use an intermediate step, such as a laptop, to transfer the file.
The camera connection kit is only for iPad. There is unfortunately no way to connect a camera or SD card to an iPhone/iPod Touch.
The SD Card is failing. Oddly enough, you can mount it as RW using a SDXC > USB adapter (don't ask my why, but it works) such as this. Once mounted, you can copy data off the card. It's not a question of a corrupted filesystem, but a physical failure of the device - for example, although you will be able to reformat the card when connected via this adapter, ...
Try remounting the filesystem in read-write mode, using: mount -o update /dev/disk2
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