Camera Photo Bank (Image Tank)
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Boot-strap time delay 2 seconds humanization design, avoiding wrong operation
high-speed transfer date:
High-speed coping, reading speed up to 5.5M/s max, USB transfer rate up to 23M/s
Multi-zone with programmed copy function:
Data from memory card can be copied into specific HDD locations;
Concise LCD display:
Blue back light, LCD display, memory card type and data capacity display, Multiple of hard disk partitions, power indication, error operation indication.
Support direct power supply model, 24 hours uninterruptedly power supplies, rechargeable Li-ion battery.
One touch for delete data files from memory cards.
USB2.0 technology, digital photo bank, portable hard disk, all-in-one card reader.
Support firmware upgrade, let you can always enjoy the newest technology.
Capacity of hard disk: 2.5 laptop HD, 20GB --- 120GB
Size: 117 x 78 x 26 mm
DC out put: DC 5V 800mA; operating current: 500mA to 800mA
USB port: USB2.0 standard, and USB1.1 also compatible
File system support: FAT12/ FAT16/ FAT32
The following memory card can be read: CF Type I, CF Type II, IBM Microdrive, Magicstor SD, MMC, MMC II, MS, MS PRO, MS MagicGate, MS-ROM, xD(optional) MicroSD, RS MMC, MMC micro, MMC mobile (with adaptor) miniSD, MS Duo, MS PRO Duo, MS MagicGate Duo
Accessories: Charger, USB cable, user manual, soft carrying case, dirver disk, screwdriver and spare screws.
what is the Photo bank (Image Tank) ?
The Photo Bank (Image Tank) is the solution for storage space problems of the digital photography with high-resolution cameras. Why should you carry around a laptop or buy many expensive Compactflash- or Smartmedia-cards if you want take photos with your digital camera to remember your vacation?
With a capacity of 20, 30 or 40 GB the Image Tank has enough memory to save at least 4000 digital photos with a resolution of 2240x1680 (4Mil) pixels. The optional battery pack will save an extra trip to the hotel.
The Photo Bank is also very easy to use. You only have to place your Compactflash- or Smartmedia card in the device and push a button to copy the photos. Afterwards you just have to reformat the card to take more photos.
Using a PC's USB port the Photo Bank will immediately be recognized as a external storage device and you have access to your photos. Of course the Photo Bank can also be used as an external harddrive to transfer data from one computer to another.