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SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia Driver
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These readers, which look a bit like a shrunken floppy disk drive with a slot for a SmartMedia card, let you mount a SmartMedia card on your computer's desktop like SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia floppy or Zip cartridge, then copy files to your hard drive by dragging them in the normal way. But here's the kicker: Well, it takes about 17 minutes to transfer SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia 4MB card full of images via a serial cable.
By contrast, I timed my SmartMedia card reader at 17 seconds!
Also, a card reader helps save your camera's batteries, since the camera doesn't have to be on while you transfer your images to the computer. But see the note below about 5V compatibility! For example, the widely available Microtech "USB CameraMate" reader handles both SmartMedia and CompactFlash the more SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia memory card formatwhich SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia it good insurance in case you buy a CompactFlash-based camera sometime down the road.
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SmartMedia PC Card adapter. This business-card-sized gizmo fits the PC Card slot on your laptop, and SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia you mount a SmartMedia card on your laptop's desktop These adapters are available from a number of manufacturers see below and cost as little as forty bucks.
A PC Card adapter has all the advantages of a card reader—speed and battery saving—but in addition, it doesn't require any special software the card shows up on your desktop just like any disk drive, and you can drag and drop files. Also, the adapter is compatible with any computer Mac or PC that SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia PC Cards, SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia you won't need to carry two different cables and software if you need to connect to both types of computers.
Or save yourself a lot of trouble and buy a Mac. It's SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia as of September 15,but there are no guarantees on how long supplies will last. I bought the Kingston adapter for use with my PowerBook Despite the fact that its instructions don't say a word about Macs, it worked flawlessly!
One thing to keep in mind if you buy SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia of these adapters or card readers is which SmartMedia cards and voltages it's compatible with. Since the same is true of the QuickTake and DS-7, you might think there'd be nothing to worry about. But newer cameras are using 3.
So it makes sense when buying an adapter to get one that works with as many kinds of SmartMedia as possible. Labeling is not always clear about this, so you may have to dig for the info. But your reward will be an adapter that works with your present camera Harris Fogel points out that the SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia Technologies adapter has some drawbacks: A SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia of times, it refused to mount the card at all.
The Fuji adapter, on the other hand, reportedly lets you insert SmartMedia cards while SmartDisk CameraMate SmartMedia adapter is in the computer. If you're having trouble getting a PC Card adapter to work, you may want to read these tips on the Troubleshooting page.