Sandisk 1GB Ultra 2 - $71.99 in Costco

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Thanks Jay.

What I shame I've already spent this month's photography budget - oh and as 'er indoors has just reminded me - next month's as well.

If she's going to be like that, I'll just have to steal some of her CF cards. ;)

Neil
 
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FRANK

I've got a 1 gig extreme which is 2 months old that I was looking to sell for $70 delivered. Let me know if you're interested?

I've even got the spuzzy little black case and the little Sandisk recovery CD as well.
 
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I guess for now 1GB / D70 / RAW format combo is not that bad. If I was shooting with D2X I wouldn't even bother w/ 1GB.

When I do my assignments I usually have 2 x 1GB Ultra 2 and Compact Drive PD7X 40GB HD attached to my belt so I'm not stressing over space, just yet.
 
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Tired of cards...

Right now, I'm planning (DREAMING!) my next summer trip... I'm going to Italia for 3 weeks... Ouch, there's so many things to shoot there!!! And if I don't want to bring my laptop, how many CF cards will I need???

I found a very great compromise, which could interest some of you... the XDrive II. This is a card reader (for almost every type of cards) which contain a hard drive, of different possible sizes. Mine got 20gb... and I paid 200$(CAN!!!) For me, that was a good way to save money from CF cards (actually, I just need 2... small ones, I have a 1gb and a 256mb, so I can shoot while I transfer.

And more, I can use this driver as a portable hard drive.

The lacks of this thing: you can think it's too big to carry (13 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm), too small memory (up to 80gb??????) but the major one: battery life (1.6 hours of upload/download)

If you are curious' this is what I got:
http://www.card-media.co.uk/resellers/xsdrive+II.htm
 
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Tom
I have been using the xdrive for about a year now 60gig model but I will tell you that I do not leave images on it for very long. It is great for short term storage and transfer on the site of a shoot. The reason I don't use it for long term storage is because I have had TWO crashes with complete loss of pictures both times. Both times Versonics sp? replaced the units but the pictures were gone. So now when I get home everything goes on DVD
Richard
 

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