Colorspace UDMA3 support for NTFS format to allow sync to external hard drive

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  • terry ross

    Hi

    have used udma2, then udma 3 for a long time, my camera is nikon D800, great photos, but large up to 50mb, so need something like this. Had an epson p600 but even though I fitted a 1 gb hdd the colours can udma works better.

    i sync to wd my passport ultra 2gb, and if necessary format the wd drive using udma 3 to fat32

    with wd drive connected to colorscan, go to format drive, select external hdd ( not internal) and it will be formatted to fat 32

    it is the best ( and apparently one of the only devices still availible, without carrying the weight of a laptop  good luck  terry ross australia

     

     

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