Using Pocket PC for preview

Started Feb 8, 2003 | Discussions thread
OP josef armendariz Regular Member • Posts: 114
Re: Using Pocket PC for preview

I'll have to look into the sub-notebooks. I wonder how Leaf has accomplished though, as their files are obviously larger than what is produced by Canon (with the exception of the 1ds now) and they package it as viable solution since they don't an LCD preview built in.

paul schwartz wrote:
Fujitsu also makes two small laptops the p1110 and p-2120. Try
http://www.fujitsu.com

josef armendariz wrote:

Just curious if anyone with a Pocket PC (Compaq, etc...) would mind
answering my question. I've just recently looked at the brochures
for the Leaf DP-67 which uses a Compaq Pocket PC and it's a great
idea. Though it looks like it connects through proprietary
software to the Leaf back, I wonder how feasible it is to use a
Pocket PC to read Canon images (.jpg's) and preview them. Don't
most new Pocket PC's have a CF slot? Can they read directly off
the slot like a hard-drive?

I found this software -
http://www.softspb.com/products/palbumpo/index.html - which appears
to address this solution, but doesn't answer any questions. I know
for my clients, this would be a godsend as most can't stand looking
at the mini screens on the back and a laptop is to unwieldy in the
field. The digital wallets also don't have a large enough screen
for the money.

Josef

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