Burn DVD Backups Direct from Cameras’ Memory Cards
For all you creative photographer types out there that want to make backups of your photos on the road but don’t want to carry around a full-on laptop, or stop by some internet cafe to wait for megs (or gigs!) of photos to upload to your online storage, then you need to get one of these handy-dandy DVD BurnAways from Delkin.
So, it just looks like an external DVD burner, right? Yep, it sure does and “optical drives were so 2004” – but this one’s got one little extra feature that sets it apart. It’s got a card reader built in, and lets you burn your images from the card reader directly to DVD.
Supported memory card formats: CompactFlash Card type I, CompactFlash Card type II, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Microdrive, MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, SmartMedia Card
Here’s a bit more info:
The DVD BurnAway is a multi-function, portable device which integrates a slim combo DVD/CD recordable disc drive, media player and USB 2.0 card reader. The BurnAway is ideal for transferring data from digital cameras, handheld PC’s, and MP3 players. The DVD BurnAway can be used as a stand alone back-up system to copy data from flash memory cards onto DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R and CD-RW discs with the push of a button. The BurnAway also has a Disc spanning feature which supports copying to multiple discs if the data on the memory card exceeds the capacity of a single disc, as well as multi-session burning which supports the copying of small files in repeated sessions. The DVD BurnAway also comes with a two year warranty.
List price: $399.99