I bought the HyperDrive ColorSpace and just added my own harddrive, much cheaper that way and I love it. Good battery life, fairly quick at viewing .CR2 files. Just an extra piece of mind when I'm out shooting and don't have time or can't get to my laptop to backup my files right away.
July 29, 2014, 08:16:06 PM
Topic: Portable Storage Backup? (Read 1336 times)
4 Canon bodies and a bunch of lenses.
I use the Hyperdrive ColorSpace. It works great.I have one too, and the best I can say is it backs up my images. The interface is something from 10 years ago - why not touch screen, why not a simpler menu, why not a better screen? I'd love a better option but haven't been able to find one. My guess is some sort of tablet will provide this in the future.
EOS 6D * EOS 7D * Powershot S110 * EF 24/105 f/4L * EF 70-300 f/4-5.6L * EF 100 f/2.8L Macro
I use one similar to this one from NEXTO. Never failed me. Simple and works fast. Don't make it too complicated. All the ones with tiny displays are a waste of time & money. The displays are terrible and you'll likely never use it anyway. It's a backup device, not a viewer. If you want a viewer, take a netbook or something.
Yes, but what would surapon say ??