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Old 12-02-2008, 03:24 PM
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Photo Safe II

I'd never heard of Photo Safe before a few minutes ago, but its a very clever idea and would have saved my day more than a few times if I'd have heard of it sooner.

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Old 12-02-2008, 03:34 PM
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Re: Photo Safe II

i start using this kind of things like 6 years ago, i loving it, it never fail and it save my life so many time. the only down side is, once you have unlimited storage, you start shoot alot more then you used to and when you get home. you have 10X more photo to process.....

have fun!!

by the way, size is not a matter since its main purpose is hold the photo until you reach home. so if a 3 day trip you use 5 GB, 60GB is more then enough for a 10 day trip.... etc... dont get 250GB to confuse you. i have tried, 20 GB -> 120GB -> 250GB -> 60GB(now) i was young and stupid so i aim for Max storage, and now i am older and realise i dont want to spend so much on something i never use.

well... unless you decide to carry ALL your pic with u anytime anywhere. but u will be risking to lost it all if u drop or got stolen

if you want to get it cheap, very cheap, try only shop for the case and buy the harddisk yourself.
look for ebay or someother places search the word "photo bank" or "digital wallet" i got mine 60GB about $129

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