Equipment for saving pictures outdoor

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  1. rikiNis

    rikiNis TPF Noob!

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    I have Fuji Fine Pix pro S7000
    and I'm taking pictures in nature.
    I have memory sticks and I still have a problem of saving enough pictures.
    Does anyone have Idea how can I save pictures outdoor without memory sticks (for example 5 GB of data = 10 memoru sticks = too expensive )???
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    Best regards,
    Riki
     
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    rangefinder TPF Noob!

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    Check out www.porters.com they advertise at least three models.

    Image tank
    31-0512 $244.99

    RoadStor Portable CD Burner
    31-0656 $289.99

    Portable CD Burner
    31-0511 $299.99
     
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    The first problem you will have is that the S7000 uses Xd cards (don't think it uses CF but if it does I apologise). You will need an XD/CF adaptor (looks like a CF card but you plug your xd card in the side) - you can pick these up from Olympus or Fuji for a price.

    I can recommend the Nikon Coolwalker or the Innoplus Phototainer as portable hard drives that allow you to see your pics - otherwise a CD burner as above isn't a bad option.

    Good luck

    Spike
     
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    You could do it the fun way: Buy an iPod and one of these media readers.

    That setup would cost you about $500 for a 40 GB model and about $100 less for 20 GB. The plus side would be that you'd have some tunes to listen to while you're snapping pics.
     

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