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Old Mar 9, 2005, 3:39 PM   #1
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Has anyone used the Epson P-2000 for the KM 7D for storage of photo files? It appears that the P-2000 currently cannot display KM Raw files but only JPEGs. This would not be a problem if my workaround works - shoot both Raw + JPEG and review just JPEG to make sure files have transferred and download RAW files to computer later. If this works, this would be an ideal storage device for travel (as opposed to carrying around a laptop). If my workaround doesn't work, is there a similar portable digital photo storage system you would recommend for downloading microdrives (Apple IPOD Photo comes to mind) from the KM7D? Thanks.
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Old Mar 9, 2005, 4:08 PM   #2
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Sorry about posting this thread twice - itchy trigger finger.

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Have ordered one for use with my D7D. New firmware allows Raw files to be viewed but no zooming in. Not a problem as I think a call on the image can easily be made off of the excellent quality JPEGs you get in Raw+JPEG mode.

I'll let you know how it goes.
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Old Apr 17, 2005, 11:35 AM   #4
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The P-2000 isa great device. Good capacity, decent battery that you can buy more of, USB 2.0 for quick xfer but most of all that fantastic display. This is what the extra money goes in and its worth it. Large very hi-res screen great for previewing images. The fact that (with some effort) you can store and play videos and DVDs is abonus. Jpegs can be viewed, zoomed and histogram shown, D7D Raw files can just be displayed.

Highly recommend to any DSLR user
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