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Old Sep 27, 2003, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default Flash Trax vs. Nixvue vista or picture pad?

Any one had tried both products? which is your opinion on this products? Which one do you consider the best and most reliable for transfers from the memory card to the storage device? the extra functions that the flash trax has is not important to me (mp3 player) I want the best product to trust on the field for transfers from my memory card and that is it!!!

Thanks, I have asked several people from magazines to stores, but no one have made comparision on both products. Steve I think is a good time to update your base of data on this kind of products I think!!!

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Old Jan 27, 2005, 8:08 PM   #2
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I purchased a 20 Gig Flash Trax this fall. I took about 300 large RAW format pictures in Hawaii and saved them to my Flash Trax. It's small, well built and easy to use. Virtually any RAW format can be viewed and I don't know of any other machine that allows that. On the 8 hour flight back I was able to view the results, zoom to check the quality and delete any that I was not satisfied with. The 3.5 inch screen is very clear and bright for my tired old eyes. I plan a trip to Europe next and will enjoy it's convenience and compact design.

Another tip I read in a Photo magazine article. At a big wedding you can take the Flash Trax and approach others with digital cameras at the end of the festivities and borrow the memory chip and save it to your machine. All you might need is a media adapter and you will be able to preview and print everyone's candid wedding and/or reception pictures. I have a son getting married this spring and both families have requested a CD of this collection.

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