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Finally there’s a small affordable backup solution for use in the field

I say “finally”, there used to be a number of them. Back when I shot a pair of D100 bodies back in 2002, I used a 20GB Super Digibin 2 to backup my massive 128MB CompactFlash cards while still out shooting. It was slow and the battery didn’t last very long, but it was reliable [...] The post Finally there’s a small affordable backup solution for use in the field appeared first on DIY Photography.
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