Howdy; I am thinking about buying the DM220-C24 and was looking for anyone's opinion, good bad or indifferent.Thanks.
I too looked at EZDigiMagic, but instead bought the Wolverine 40GB battery operated harddrive. It's relatively low-cost and holds over 6,000 of my 6MB raw images.
Thanks Fran; What did you find that you liked about the wolverine, or disliked about the Digimagic? I don't know much about either one.
I have one of the CD burners from EZDigiMagic -- it works just great, I don't need to take a PC along with me when I am shooting lots of photos.
It really paid for itself when I shot a Karate tournament. I took over 1000 photos, which spanned 4 CDs. I use a 640MB CF card, and simply match one card to one CD.
Both the Wolverine and the Digimagic work on batteries and you don't need a computer to download your images. What I didn't like about the CD burner is that one CD doesn't hold many images; about 100 of my Nikon RAW files of 6MB each. So I would have to take along and keep well-protected many CDs on a long photo trip. The Wolverine holds over 6000 images of the same size and is very compact.
Thanks Ed, I'm glad to hear a positive response.
Fran, I am just getting my feet wet with Raw files but If it takes more disk, so be it. I feel that I would be more confortable with a file storage system that is less likely to crash. I would eventually need to save the originals to disk for archiving anyway.
Unless I here from someone has had problems with these units I will probably ask Santa for one.
I do appreciate your imput. Thanks Again
The way I look at it, the price for the basic unit is about the same, but with the Wolverine I don't have to buy and store CDs, I can store a lot of images, file transfers are significantly faster and it uses less space.