transfering pics to MBP then to pc


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jeanie

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hi csers,

will there be problems if i shoot tethered to macbookpro, and then transfer the pics via a external HDD to my home pc after the day's shoot?
 

Klose

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hi csers,

will there be problems if i shoot tethered to macbookpro, and then transfer the pics via a external HDD to my home pc after the day's shoot?
nope :)
 

ptwong

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btw your ext harddisk need to be formatted to fat32 for mac to use.
mbp is good but ask yourself do u really need it? is your main system a pc? do u intend to convert it to mac?
just make sure u know wat u want and not spur of the moment thing
 

jeanie

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btw your ext harddisk need to be formatted to fat32 for mac to use.
mbp is good but ask yourself do u really need it? is your main system a pc? do u intend to convert it to mac?
just make sure u know wat u want and not spur of the moment thing
ya...that's why i'm really thinking....sigh...headache.

so can the pc read fat32 formatted hdd?
 

Gunbucker

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ya...that's why i'm really thinking....sigh...headache.

so can the pc read fat32 formatted hdd?
Yep, both Mac and PC can read FAT32 format. Let me save you the headache, just get a MBP. While it is true that for low-end and moderately spec'ed machines, the PC Notebook is cheaper, for high-end notebooks (such as the 17" MBP), the pricing becomes very competitive.

Before you go on about the weight, no, there's not a huge difference between the 15" and 17" MBP, just a bigger screen. I opted for the 17" MBP and have not looked back.
 

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