Ellsass

Lives in United States NY, United States
Works as a Web developer
Has a website at http://patik.com
Joined on Feb 2, 2009

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  • Nope, sorry, I've never even had a camera with CF.
  • Results: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4080235?page=2#forum-post-59013125 (Spoiler: Sandisk is the fastest option for USB-C)
  • I bought the SanDisk USB-C reader that's sold by Apple. It's faster than the old built in readers and faster than a decent USB 3 reader with dongle. Test files: 227 photos (445 files total, ...
  • 450 megabits per second = 56.25 megabytes per second That's not very fast... Most of the readers in the Wire Cutter article were at least 70MB/s.
  • Thanks for posting. I gave up waiting for The Wire Cutter to update once January 1 rolled around, but apparently Apple's "tail between their legs" sale on USB-C products is still in effect so the ...
  • I think you're using a poor quality reader. There are good USB-A readers that are fast even with a USB-C dongle. (The dongle doesn't seem to affect the speed in my experience.) See my post here ...
  • Replied in Avoid Satechi
    I bought the Satechi-brand reader and it's very slow. It sustains about 37MB/s while a Sabrent USB-A (read: the standard USB connector we've had for decades) reader hooked up to a dongle on the ...
  • There are tools out there that will measure transfer speed. In my case I was already using an app called Path Finder (it's a replacement for Finder, which is like Windows Explorer) when I copied ...
  • Can anyone comment on the sustained speed that any of these readers can achieve? Actual speeds, not theoretical specs. My 2013 MacBook Pro's built-in reader can sustain ~84MB/s during a large ...
  • We're so glad you chimed in about a product that wasn't meant for you.

  • Created discussion thread Larger font size
    I'd love to see an option for larger font sizes in article and forum posts. I know I can zoom in with my browser, but I only need the body text to be a bit larger (16px?) to make it easier to read. I ...
  • Agreed! I've been hacking together my own light theme for a couple of years but this is much nicer.
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    It's a totally different company now than in 1984; the Plus models have optical image stabilization which you may want; and there's a camera adapter to read from SD cards... But it sounds like you ...
  • This one: http://regex.info/blog/lightroom-goodies/data-plot Though I might have manually filtered the collection by camera name (there were only two) using Lightroom's native filtering and did the ...
  • Not to turn this into an iPhone-vs-Android thread, but considering you are looking for a phone with a nice camera you should really reconsider the iPhone. Many of your grievances are relatively ...
  • Absolutely, yes, if your phone has a good camera (e.g. recent iPhone) you should use it as a backup. You'll be carrying it anyway, so why lug around another "real" camera in the unlikely event ...
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