Portable storage

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Steph, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. Steph

    Steph Guest

    I'm thinking of getting an MP3 player such as an iRiver, and wonder if I can
    justify the cost by also using it to save images direct from my camera via
    the USB connection. Can it be done, or does it require further expensive
    gadgets?
     
    Steph, Nov 15, 2004
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    Aerticus Guest

    iPHOTO?

    If you are in to U2 I think there is a U2 iPhoto due out in a week or so ...

    iPhoto plays music and the rest> Try a Google :)

    Aerticus

    "Steph" <> wrote in message
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    > I'm thinking of getting an MP3 player such as an iRiver, and wonder if I
    > can justify the cost by also using it to save images direct from my camera
    > via the USB connection. Can it be done, or does it require further
    > expensive gadgets?
    >
     
    Aerticus, Nov 15, 2004
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    Arthur Small Guest

    Look at the Transcend Digital Album. Stores images and MP3 player.
     
    Arthur Small, Nov 16, 2004
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    Drunkard Guest

    I agree.

    I took my 3ogb X-drive overseas for a 7 week holiday. Tooj 2500 photos
    and ALL came home safe and sound.

    Not bad when I had to carry around luggage as well as my camera gear.
    Easy to use and easy to recharge and the battery lasts a few hours.



    Alan wrote:
    > Have a look at an "x-drive". I now only shoot in RAW on my G3 since
    > obtaining an x-drive. The model I have contains a 40GB HDD and the
    > unit accepts most common memory cards, CF in my case. It can be used
    > to play MP3 music and connects to a computer via USB.
    > To download from the CF card I just insert it, turn the x-drive on and
    > hit the copy button. Remove the CF card, clear it and I have the
    > shots saved and a full card to use again.
    > Can be recharged by mains or car though I am not sure the battery life
    > is as good as advertised. May be just the ticket for what you want!
    > Regards,
    > Alan
    >
    > On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 21:33:16 GMT, "Steph" <> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I'm thinking of getting an MP3 player such as an iRiver, and wonder if I can
    >>justify the cost by also using it to save images direct from my camera via
    >>the USB connection. Can it be done, or does it require further expensive
    >>gadgets?
    >>

    >
    >
     
    Drunkard, Nov 16, 2004
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