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In article<>, Eric Stevens 
> Most people don't have half an hour's worth of photos or videos to
> copy.

When I travel I shoot an average of 200-600 shots per day (RAW+JPEG) and 
sometimes some videos. > 10GB of data on a given day is not unusual.

Then, in the evening I don't have that much time. Usually I'm back late, 
am short of time, so it makes a difference if the image transfer to the 
computer takes 2 minutes instead of 10 minutes. 
Alfred Molon

Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at photo sharing site