SD card backup.

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  1. bruisedlee

    bruisedlee TPF Noob!

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    I have a camera that uses SD cards, I am planning on going on a trip where I will be away from my PC for a few weeks. Does anyone know of a portable hard drive that you can plug an SD card into and it will back it up in case something happens to your SD card?

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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Image tanks....

    I have two... an Epson P2000 and a Wolverine 40gb. Both were purchased several years ago. I like my Epson and I'm pretty sure the newer ones are even better. The screen is wonderful and gets a thumbs up from me for overall design.

    The Wolverine is just ok for the price.... I don't like how the CF flash card sticks out when being downloaded and how it switches to battery power when connected to a computer via USB.


    btw... Epson's website has a link to their clearance store. They almost always have some discounted.
     
  4. bruisedlee

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    Thanks for the replies guys, this will be very helpful.
     

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