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hard drive


5 Jun 2013 8:16PM
when shooting tethered to the computer does everyone back up to hard drive at the same time? if so what hard drives best.

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joshwa e2
4 710 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 10:33AM
If your computer supports it a USB3 drive would make the most sense, for speed, but there's a big range out there, from full size 3.5inch to 2.5inch rugged drives. I guess the choice would depend on how much space you want. I have an external 2TB USB2 drive by iomega, but inside it's a Seagate drive. They all seem to be pretty reliable these days, as there aren't many manufacturers of hard drives left after they went through a phase of buying each other Smile
indemnity 6 331
6 Jun 2013 1:06PM
In the studio I shoot tethered to laptop hard drive in Capture One. I have cf card in back, so if there's a crash on laptop (which has happened...it's a dell), image auto saves to cf card.

I then copy images to external drives at end of shoot when at home and edit on desktop.

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