In the era of high-megapixel cameras, storing your large image files requires the use of a separate hard drive
Published June 23, 2009
You can set your watch by it—well, your calendar, anyway. Within 30 days of buying a new 12-megapixel camera, photographers everywhere are smacking themselves on the side of the head and asking, “Where am I going to keep all of these large image files?” Having a large number of large files is a good problem to have.
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