The EYE-Fi advantage...

If you are like most casual photographers, you’ve probably heard that you should back up your photos, but there are a lot more fun things to do than worry about that.  It doesn’t become crystal clear until you lose your favorite ones.  One close by lightning strike, one errant virus or one...

GoFor2+ from IOGEAR ...

Tablets are great fun to use and can be a great tool for work; BUT, they have their shortcomings.  Getting files to play on your tablet from a thumb drive or from a standard-sized SD card can be problematic….until now. IOGear’s GoFor2+ USB OTG Card Reader with Hub The GoFor2+ (Model...

Kingston SDXC can ke...

As cameras get bigger sensors and as people shoot more, the storage requirements get increasingly large.  Yesterday’s 1, 2 and 4 GB flash cards have given way to an array of small, yet faster SD cards. I’m using a Kingston 64GB SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) card (Kingston® part #:...

Product review – Two...

Lexar 600X Compact Flash and Lexar 133x Secure Digital Media (SD cards)  Whoever said “Size matters” probably wasn’t a digital photographer, but if he had been, he would have still been quite correct. When packing for a trip, the fewer digital media cards you can get by with, the better...

Eye-Fi Pro X2 memory...

Every once in a while, something revolutionary hits an industry – hopefully for the better. Such is the impact of the Eye-Fi memory cards for digital cameras. The newest in their line, the Pro X2 is an absolutely astounding combination of 8 GB of memory, WiFi support, geotagging, RAW support...