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kcscubamom Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2013Thu 02-May-13 02:07 AM
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"Transferring pix from D7000"


Victoria, CA
          

Does anyone know if it is possible to transfer pix from a D7000 directly to a portable hard drive? I am going on a cruise next week and will also be taking an Everglades tour. I normally backup my pix each day on the cruise to my iPad, but I plan to shoot in RAW and don't know if there will be room on the iPad (16 GB). I know I can't transfer from the iPad to the hard drive.
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four eighty sparky Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011Thu 02-May-13 02:55 AM
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Thu 02-May-13 02:56 AM by four eighty sparky

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I've never heard of any device that allows you to directly transfer images from a memory card to an ordinary hard drive (other than the obvious computer), but there are devices that will do what you want that are self-contained.

http://www.adorama.com/DFPP35500.html?kbid=64628

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kippford Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Feb 2012Thu 02-May-13 03:05 AM
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I have no experience of it but this might do it.
http://www.hypershop.com/HyperDrive-Hard-Drive-for-iPad-1TB-version-p/hdip-1tb.htm
Or this and supply your own hard drive.
http://www.hypershop.com/HyperDrive-Hard-Drive-for-iPad-casing-only-p/hdip-000.htm
Probably cheaper to get an Android tablet though.


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kcscubamom Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2013Thu 02-May-13 03:28 AM
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Victoria, CA
          

Thanks for the suggestions. Will look at the different options that way.

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mudman2 Silver Member Nikonian since 14th May 2009Thu 02-May-13 01:09 PM
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pslaughter Registered since 24th Apr 2013Thu 02-May-13 02:20 PM
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If you plan to shoot RAW (which I would think you would want to on a trip like this) you will not be able to transfer them to your iPad, I believe the iPad SD adapter will only transfer JPEG files.

  

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kcscubamom Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2013Thu 02-May-13 02:28 PM
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Victoria, CA
          

Thx. I will check that out before I leave - sounds like Plan B is in order!
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kippford Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Feb 2012Thu 02-May-13 11:49 PM
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Thu 02-May-13 11:55 PM by kippford

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I am fairly sure I have transferred raw files to my wifes IPad using the Camera Connector Kit. I am at work at the momment so am unable try it.

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kcscubamom Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2013Thu 02-May-13 11:50 PM
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I also plan to try it when I get home.

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kcscubamom Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Apr 2013Fri 03-May-13 04:59 PM
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#9. "RE: Transferring pix from D7000"
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Victoria, CA
          

I just transferred RAW files from my SD card to my iPad, using the Camera Connection kit. So it does work.
Thx to everyone for their posts. My budget doesn't extend (at this time) to the $400-$500 for a photo backup storage and viewer device, but something to consider down the road. Will just have to transfer as many pix to the iPad as it will hold, and then keep the full cards in the safe in my room.
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tpalfai Registered since 14th May 2013Tue 14-May-13 04:48 PM
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#10. "RE: Transferring pix from D7000"
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Please consider using the second memory card slot on your D7000 as a backup, and bring enough cards to last for your trip. No other device needed and the SD card is a very robust, compact and weather-proof place for your shots.

  

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Nikon32250 Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Mar 2004Thu 16-May-13 01:36 AM
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I use an old Epson P3000 which allows you to insert the SD (or CF) card directly into the unit. It will transfer both jpg and NEF files. It has a 3 1/4" X 2 1/2" viewing screen. Epson doesn't make them any more, but they work real well if you can find a used one. You cans some images of the unit here.

<http://www.dslrsales.net/camera-photo-video/handheld-digital-photo-viewers/epson-p7000-160gb-multimedia-storage-drive-photo-viewer-and-audiovideo-player-with-4inch-lcd-com/>

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sabbey51 Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Jan 2010Fri 17-May-13 02:00 AM
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#12. "RE: Transferring pix from D7000"
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Saddle river, US
          

+1 for using card 2 for backup. I did exactly this on a month long national parks trip last year. Two SD card wallets, one in my camera bag and one in my suitcase. 3700 raw images; lost one SD card but no data.

I loaded a few images to my iPad each evening for editing and posting to a blog I wrote for friends and family. Worked great.

  

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