VAT from Camera World. The LED data transfer activity LED is very dim and not easy to see as it is located on the top of the unit rather than on the front, next to the card slot aperture. Poorly located and dim status LED. That represents about a doubling of price over a standard USB 1. The Jenoptik reader was recognised and installed automatically, without additional software, by our Windows XP test machine, which was fitted with an Adaptec 3 port Firewire PCI card. The Digital Camera Company, www.
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Digital Photography Now Peripheral Reviews Jenoptik Jenreader Firewire CF reader 5th March – By Ian Burley As memory cards get bigger and the latest digital cameras produce ever larger image files, so the problem of slow data transfer between your PC and your card reader becomes more noticeable.
Double the price of a standard card reader? Up to 50MB per second Firewire has a maximum data transfer rate of megabits per second, or 50MB per second. VAT from Camera World.
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We scoured the country for a Firewire CF card reader and while many were advertised, many stockists failed to have any in stock.
Using the Jenoptike firewire card reader, this time reduced by 31 seconds jejreader 51 seconds. Writing the same 60MB image folder to some faster cards could take as little as 25 seconds. The Jenoptik reader was recognised and installed automatically, without additional software, by our Windows XP test machine, which was fitted with an Adaptec 3 port Firewire PCI card.
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The Digital Camera Company, www. Feedback Main news page Discussion forum Newsletter Home. But it does mean you can be confident that your memory card is not held back by your card reader.
But much more spectacular was the read speed, reduced from 70 seconds using the USB 1.
But this figure is immaterial as even the fastest flash memory cards are currently hard pushed to reach a transfer rate of 5MB per second, a tenth of the theoretical maximum bandwidth of a Firewire link.
The advantage of Firewire is blunted when dealing with a jenresder number of very small files, but as digital cameras tend to produce relatively small numbers of large files, firewire readers are ideally suited.
Most memory card readers use a USB 1.
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Digital Photography Now Peripheral Reviews. Jenoptik Jenreader Firewire CF reader. That represents about a doubling of price over a standard USB 1. By chance, we saw the Jenoptik reader while visting the Focus on Imaging Show.
Poorly located and dim status LED. In conclusion, we like our Jenoptik firewire card reader, especially at the special show price we bought it for.
Firewire interface card is not included. Firewire has a maximum data transfer rate of megabits per second, or 50MB per second.
Firewire is well supported on later Apple Macs and under Linux. The LED jjenreader transfer activity LED is very dim and not easy to see as it is located on the top of the unit rather than on the front, next to the card slot aperture.
This is generally capable of transferring real world data at a rate of up to 1MB per second.