Best Practice for short term storage/backup
This is in reference to travel photography where I will be away from my desktop for 2-3 weeks:
I currently am using two cards in my D7000. Card #1 is 16 GB and set for NEF, card #2 is 8 GB and set for JPG.
I also travel with a 64 GB iPad set up for keywording and processing to Lightroom via Photosmith.
In the past, I've also copied my #1 (nef) card to a wolverine storage device on a daily basis.
I would like to "lighten" this process up a bit and am wondering, for prolonged in the field time, what is the best practice without employing a laptop.
#1. "RE: Best Practice for short term storage/backup" | In response to Reply # 0km6xz Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2009Tue 01-Jan-13 07:52 PM
How much storage capacity do you need?
The slickest system I have seen is the HyperDrive UDMA2
It can read cards directly, has Bluetooth connect to your iPad and has its own power and display with NEF Codec. You do not need a lap top but can sort, view, rename etc files without any external device. It is available with up to 1Tb of storage.
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#2. "RE: Best Practice for short term storage/backup" | In response to Reply # 1