Hey all, My sister owns a wedding studio and is looking for a way to backup images while on-site. They use Kodak camera's which use a DCR file format. they are large raw files. When their CF cards are full they take them out and back them up onto a portable hard disk. Currently they are using the Flashtrax XT to do this.
This works ok, but they tend to be a bit flakey and have run into issues in the past. They are looking to replace this with something else. It is just for backing up, when they bring back the photos to the studio for editing they pull them off the CF cards. But just incase they have this backup option. I have looked around and havn't really found anything suitable. I was thinking maybe an Ipod Photo 60GB version, and then get the Belkin memory card reader adapter. I just wanted to know if this would be a good idea. I know the ipod tend to be durable and reliable. So basically, will an Ipod Photo be able to store the DCR files or will it give me some imcompatible file error message. And if it does support them can she also preview them on the screen? This isn't as important but a nice feature.
Thanks in advanced