If you have a cellphone with USB OTG support, it can act as the host. You'd plug the phone, camera and the flash drive into a USB hub, and copy between the two drives using a file manager app on the phone. Note that most phones with OTG still need the peripherals to be powered.
Now that sounds like an interesting plan. Hell id carry a powered usb hd around if i could get that to work. . I now have a mission for the next week.
Any ideas which phones support OTG?
Lots of them do, in my case I use the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. I use DSLR Controller App http://dslrcontroller.com/
Check them out for some help in looking for the OTG cable and devices.
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