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Re: OT portable storage device question  Edward Nixon
 Oct 22, 2005 06:48 PDT 

On 21-Oct-05, at 9:34 PM, Clive Moss wrote:

 I've been lurking :-). I don't like any of my recent pics, so I
have not posted. Trying to work my way through it.
I used the Epson P-2000, with a spare battery. Worked well -- and I
could even listen to a book on the plane! It saved my ass when I
noticed a big blob on my sensor the same day it appeared, and I
could clean it off immediately. The P-2000 screen is much better
than the little screen on the back of a camera.

I have a Nixvue Vista which has just died. So I'm in the market (or
should I say the insurance company is); Nixvue has died too -- no
website, no support email, no nothing. Epson just announced the
P-4000 this week. I saw good reviews on the P-2000.


Blog: http://www.clive.moss.net/blog/blog.html
Photos: http://clive.smugmug.com/
Web: http://www.clive.moss.net

on 10/21/2005 2:04 PM Jeremy Meeks said the following:

 Clive Moss had good luck with something on a recent
trip to China if I remember correctly, but I dont
remember what he used and haven't seen him around
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Anyone care to share their thoughts on portable hard
devices (for dumping memory cards into) that will
work internationally
(i.e., I can charge it anywhere).


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