(Sponsored by DFI Gear)
DFI Gear is excited to announce the launch of Flash Porter, a portable device for photographers to take care of essential digital photo, video backup and storage. Backup and safe storage continues to be a vital step in any photographer’s workflow, especially on location or in the field. Flash Porter greatly simplifies the process to ensure that photos are safe and protected.
Flash Porter is a high capacity storage device with capacity options of 2TB, 1TB, or 500GB in either SSD or HDD drives. Memory card slots directly support SD, CF, and microSD cards. A USB port supports connections to a wide range of USB storage devices including thumb drives, external hard drives, and memory card readers for other formats like XQD, CFast, and SxS.
Flash Porter is available for pre-order through Kickstarter with special pricing for a limited time, and the item is expected to begin shipping in November 2016!
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