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Transfer photos from card to flash drive without computer?

by JiniL / February 5, 2006 6:16 AM PST

I want to travel light and need a way to get my photos from a memory card [SD] to a flash drive without having to load them onto a computer and then download them to the flash drive. Any ideas?

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Camera memory card to USB flashdrive
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / February 5, 2006 7:22 AM PST

There are such devices, because I have one.

But you do need a card reader too.

The device I have will let you copy files from
a USB device to a USB device.

So I plug in the card reader to the input USB port and a flash drive to the output port.

It is made by a company called i.Perris

Here is their website:

http://www.iperris.com/

The place where I bought mine, no longer handles them.
But their website shows places to buy their products.

The device I have is called:
OTG Photo & Data Transfer Bridge - Model No. 103
It runs on 3 AAA batteries.

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Thank you
by JiniL / February 5, 2006 8:19 PM PST

Very helpful information, I appreciate your time.

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I use a battery powered hard drive with a built in card
by Kiddpeat / February 5, 2006 12:06 PM PST

reader. It will download and store image files using battery power. It can also function as an external hard drive for a computer. It's Vosonic X-Drive pro VP300, and I paid less than $100 for one without a drive. Just add a hard drive for a portable computer.

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Thank you
by JiniL / February 5, 2006 8:21 PM PST

I shall pursue this information. Thank you for giving it to me.

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