Like you, I certainly wish it had better visual feedback (at a reasonable price).obelix said:I like it Jarell.
I have used it on two different trips, one 3 day trip and another 6 day trip. I wrote a blurb about it here:
What annoys me the most is the lack of visual feedback (no numbers, no previews). Just beeps and LED blinks.
I took it on a 6 day trip to alaska without my laptop and transferred nearly 10 GB of data without having to recharge the batteries.
You need to trust the device though. But as everyone says, it is a hard disk based device, so redundancy is the best solution. Transfer data from it as soon as you can and if possible, carry a backup.
I'll tell you once I get Ken-L's. :biggrin:Jarrell said:are you satisfied with it? Do you recommend it?
Yes, I think thats correct. Probably most would use a small card reader?JeffKohn said:Looks like the downside is no built-in card reader. So you either have to connect it to your camera or carry a card-reader as well.
Thats correct. I use a small $10 USB 2.0 CF reader. Works flawlessly.Jarrell said:Yes, I think thats correct. Probably most would use a small card reader?
Jarrell,Jarrell said:Yes, I think thats correct. Probably most would use a small card reader?