Sanho HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA 2 Multimedia Storage / Player - 320GB

SKU: ICDSUDMA2320 MFR: SHDCSUDMA2320

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About Sanho

Sanho HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA is made for professional photographers needing to instantly view, organize as well as back up memory card content. Fourteen different card types can be used with this unit, with back up speeds of up to 2GB per minute supported. Realtime CRC data verification ensures error free import with no overhead on copy speed/time. JPEG and all types of RAW files are supported including those from medium format cameras. The 3.2" LCD monitor provides a clear display of images, which can be viewed in full screen, thumbnails or slideshows. Computer-like file operations makes it easy, among other functions, to locate, delete, rename, and copy files between memory cards and internal HDD.

Sanho Features

  • Backup 2GB in 1 minute with full data verification
  • High Res 3.2" color LCD screen displays JPEG & RAW
  • Fast real RAW image decoding. Supports any RAW type
  • 2.5" SATA HDD capacity
  • Ultra powerful battery (backup up to 250GB per battery)
  • Backup directly from 14 different memory card types.
  • Incremental backup support
  • Hard drive S.M.A.R.T. health status monitoring
  • Memory card data recovery tools
  • Supports customization with user programmable scripts
  • Extremely fast USB transfer speed (32MB/s)
  • Backup from any USB device via USB OTG (requires optional USB OTG sync cable)
  • Mirror/synchronize data with a second drive
  • Ultra compact palm top size

Sanho Specifications

LCD Display
3.2" color TFT LCD
LCD Resolution
High resolution QVGA 320 x 240 pixels
RAW Image Playback Support
Unlimited (made possible by true RAW decoder)
File Formats Supported
JPEG
Canon CR2 / CRW
Nikon NEF
Olympus ORF
Panasonic RAW
Pentax PEF
Memory Card Slots
2 slots supporting 14 memory card formats
CompactFlash CF Type I/II
MicroDrive MD
Secure Digital SD
SDHC
MultiMedia Card MMC
MemoryStick MS
MS MagicGate
MS Select
MS PRO
MS PRO MagicGate
xD, xD Type H/M
Backup Speed
66MB/s (max), 40MB/s (typical)
Copy Verification
Hardware based CRC checksum data verifier
Computer Interface
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Mode via UDMA66
USB 1.1 backwards compatible
USB Transfer Speed
Max 480Mbps, Typical 32MB/s
Battery
User replaceable rechargeable 18650 Li-ion
Battery Voltage
3.7V, 2600mAh
Battery Performance
Backup 250GB on a single battery charge
Power
AC power adapter (5V, 1000mA)
Car charger (12V DC, 500mA)
USB bus powered (5V, 500mA)
Hard Drive
2.5" SATA ATA-5, 9.5mm thickness
File System
Hard Drive: FAT32
Memory Card: FAT16/32
Operating System
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Mac OS 9.x, 10.x & above
Linux
Operating Temperature
5~40 degree Celsius / 41~104 degree Fahrenheit
Dimensions
5.25 x 2.95 x 1" / 133 x 75 x 26mm
Weight
10.5oz / 298g with HDD & battery
Mfr #
SHDCSUDMA2320
SKU
ICDSUDMA2320
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Shopper  Can individual images from a file be 'extracted' from a file & transfered to the computer without transferring the entire file? Karen O.
PAUL S  If you mean 'extracted' from a folder of all images, Yes. I use two Windows 7 PCs. Both 'see' the hyperdrive as an external drive when connected via the USB port. You can navigate the hard drive via Windows Explorer and select a folder, multiple and / or individual files and copy them from the drive onto your target computer. I found the best use of the hyperdrive was to copy the entire contents from memory cards from two cameras used during a 5-day shoot in Washington DC over July 4. I just inserted the memory cards from the cameras into the hyperdrive and copied all files. At 320GB, there was no need to selectively copy files as we shot only about 75 GB during the week. I selectively copied from the hyperdrive onto the target PCs for editing when we got home. Hope that helps.
Shopper  Can individual images from a file be 'extracted' from a file & transfered to the computer without transferring the entire file? Karen O.
PAUL S  If you mean 'extracted' from a folder of all images, Yes. I use two Windows 7 PCs. Both 'see' the hyperdrive as an external drive when connected via the USB port. You can navigate the hard drive via Windows Explorer and select a folder, multiple and / or individual files and copy them from the drive onto your target computer. I found the best use of the hyperdrive was to copy the entire contents from memory cards from two cameras used during a 5-day shoot in Washington DC over July 4. I just inserted the memory cards from the cameras into the hyperdrive and copied all files. At 320GB, there was no need to selectively copy files as we shot only about 75 GB during the week. I selectively copied from the hyperdrive onto the target PCs for editing when we got home. Hope that helps.
Shopper  Can individual images from a file be 'extracted' from a file & transfered to the computer without transferring the entire file? Karen O.
PAUL S  If you mean 'extracted' from a folder of all images, Yes. I use two Windows 7 PCs. Both 'see' the hyperdrive as an external drive when connected via the USB port. You can navigate the hard drive via Windows Explorer and select a folder, multiple and / or individual files and copy them from the drive onto your target computer. I found the best use of the hyperdrive was to copy the entire contents from memory cards from two cameras used during a 5-day shoot in Washington DC over July 4. I just inserted the memory cards from the cameras into the hyperdrive and copied all files. At 320GB, there was no need to selectively copy files as we shot only about 75 GB during the week. I selectively copied from the hyperdrive onto the target PCs for editing when we got home. Hope that helps.
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