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Old 02-09-2013, 12:10 PM   #15
lmychajluk
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Originally Posted by Tagger View Post
Cool replies guys, i'm investigating the suggestions given. A couple of details:
My gopro is indeed based on SD cards but my camera (canon 7D) uses CF cards, so i would have to use a usb based external card reader any way.
http://www.amazon.com/SD-CF-II-Type-.../dp/B000YZGCIU (or similar)

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On my last trip the amount of collected data was over 350GB (time-lapse photography and movies take up a lot of space ;) )
http://www.amazon.com/Digital-Foci-P...xp_grid_pt_0_0 (or similar)

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Originally Posted by Tagger View Post
I do have a connection to my NAS from anywhere in the world and when i have the chance to get a solid internet connection i could take advantage of that for some of it but i would like to set up a "in the middle of nowhere" scenario and see what my options would be worse case :)
FTP? The EyeFi I linked above will transfer to an FTP location, but via a host (PC or Smartphone/Tablet connected to WiFi network), so you can upload back to your home NAS.
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