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Subject: Re: CF cards apparently not dead yet
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 19:46:27 -0500
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In article<>, Tony Cooper<> wrote:

> So we have two people with anecdotal versions.  One says he's not
> concerned with the amount of time it takes to upload photos from a
> card, and the other is concerned that it takes 15 minutes to upload
> his videos.

since the transfer is local, it's called copying.

upload or download would be when it involves a remote system (i.e., the
cloud), which it does not.

> If you extrapolate that to the "rest of the world", then 50% of the
> rest of the world aren't concerned, thus disproving your claim.

math fail.

the reality is that most people aren't interested in waiting a half
hour for their photos and videos to copy.

you always argue against productivity and efficiency. 

actually, you always argue no matter what anyone says.