Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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It depends on the camera. My Canon 7D Mark II has a USB 3 connector that is just as fast as most USB 3 card readers. The Canon 1D X Mark II has a gigabit ethernet connector. My Canon 5D Mark III has a USB 2 connection. I choose to use the camera for different reasons than speed. Using EOS Utility allows me to group images by date shot, create folders for ...


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A card reader is still the best way to go. There are numerous advantages but speed is the main one. A few cameras have USB 3.0 connectors and some have Gigabit Ethernet but these are the exception. Even if your camera supports a maximum write speed, you can use a faster card and a compatible reader can take advantage of that. So even if your camera does not ...


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Card-Reader Can Still be Faster A camera might be designed to write 35 megabytes per second to the card and handle the “U1” standard, and reading back out is oddly capped at 20 Mbytes/s due to the USB chip used, which is only USB-2. You can buy even faster cards, e.g. “U3”, and USB-3–based readers that can let you dump the card at 95 Mbytes/s. This will ...



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