Subject: Re: Saving RAW file in PSE3?
Jim, if connecting a camera to a computer is so bad, how do people manage
to shoot tethered?
Obviously, you have no choice in that instance. Duh.
However, there is always a remote but real chance that a malfunction can fry the camera.
Bruce Fraser, I and others have been saying that for years.
Then there was finally a post in an unrelated thread reporting a camera fried by a laptop:
Bud Simpson, "For Fuji DSLR users" #11, 17 Oct 2005 3:57 pm
There is no question that it is a freakish occurrence, but the idea is to minimize the chances of its happening to you.
This excerpt is from a long-gone post by author Bruce Fraser:
Bruce Fraser - 4:17pm Jun 14, 04 PST (#5 of 21)
Opening files directly from the camera is a bad idea for a variety of
reasons*, and it most certainly isn't faster than using a FireWire or
USB2 card reader.
• Drains the camera battery
• Runs the risk of the software you're using to open the images
writing to the card and destroying the format
• Runs a small but significant risk of USB power frying the camera
• Slowest method known to mankind of getting images off a CF or
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