Oracle9i Recovery Manager User's Guide (Part No A90135-01) by Ashdown L.

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I’ve done this before—leave on an extended trip overseas and decide to leave the computer at home. You’ll need to make sure you have more than enough memory cards, but for the cost of purchasing a dozen or two dozen cards, you’re probably better off investing that money into one of the other options explained here. ■ Bring your laptop. If you’re fortunate enough to have a laptop computer with decent memory, disk space, and a CD or DVD burner, you can download your images daily and make backups to CD or DVD while you’re at it.

If I wanted to direct-connect a digital camera or one of those little pocket Flash drives to my computer, I’d have to unplug one of my peripherals. Make sure you get a computer with at least four USB ports and one FireWire port. 21 Digital Nature Photography and Adobe Photoshop 22 Chapter 2 Computer Gear for Your Digital Darkroom Laptops for the Nature Photographer on the Go I remember my first “portable” computer. It was a two-floppy Compaq Portable with a 9-inch monochrome display, and it weighed about 30 pounds!

Versatility. I hate using that word—it sounds like I’m in advertising, which I’m not. 3 The Manfrotto 3221WN Wilderness Tripod is sturdy one of the features you want in a tripod is ver- enough to handle any digital SLR and lens combination up to 13 pounds, but it weighs more than eight pounds with a head. satility—the ability to not only extend the legs wider than the standard setting, but also to use interchangeable tripod heads. For shots where you need to get down low to the ground, you need a tripod with legs that can extend outward, allowing you to mount your camera only 12 inches or so off the ground.

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