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Jason Dunsmore

Interesting post. Thanks for sharing. Have you tried using one of the portable hard drives made especially for dumping digital photos onto?

http://www.jaldigital.com.au/pd7xreview.html

I think the 120 GB models are pretty common now. That would reduce the number of cards you need to two, and you wouldn't to carry a laptop (although a laptop is nice to have along if you have the room).

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