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Digitalreview.ca: first look of Nikon CoolWalker
Dennis Hissink : May 11th 2004 - 09:00 CET
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Digitalreview.caMike and Jonas of the Canadian based website Digitalreview.ca have published a first look report of the Nikon CoolWalker MSV-01. This new storage device was first mentioned just before the PMA 2004 show kicked off. The CoolWalker has 30GB of storage capacity, translating to over 10.000 2MB (approximately 10,000 X 6 Megapixel images can be stored in JPEG FINE) image files. Images are transferred quickly via the CompactFlash I and II media slot to free up your camera media card to continue shooting in the field. Optional adaptors are available for SD, MMC, SM and MS media formats as well. Images are automatically stored by date and folder creation is simple through the plain language Menu interface displayed on the large TFT monitor.
Digitalreview.ca: first look of Nikon CoolWalkerCompatible with all major image file formats (JPEG, TIFF) as well as NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) RAW files produced by Nikon Digital SLRs and certain Coolpix digital cameras and a variety of popular storage media formats.

According to Digitalreview.ca: "To turn on the Nikon CoolWalker, you simply press the dedicated "Power" button for approximately two seconds. The slight delay is a nice feature, since this prevents the device from accidentally turning on if the Power button is pushed against by mistake.", "From my first impressions of the Nikon MSV-01 CoolWalker, I must say that I really like what I see." and "The slideshow and direct print capability are useful and practical features, however, where the Nikon CoolWalker really proves its worth, is in terms of a portable storage solution."

We had a large number of readers asking more information about the new Nikon gadget, but up to today there is a lack of availability. For now, hop on over to Digitalreview.ca to learn more about the new Nikon CoolWalker MSV-01 storage device.




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