SMARTDISK FLASHTRAX XT WINDOWS 7 X64 TREIBER
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SMARTDISK FLASHTRAX XT DRIVER
SmartDisk FlashTrax FTX40 Digital A/V Player (40GB) Overview - CNET
If you have another card than CF you need an adapter, they SmartDisk FlashTrax XT hard to get in a shop, about 35 euro, via internet. I have one with the new firmware updated, and it works great with my D It also takes all kinds of memory cards.
The screen shot is good It is fairly speedy too The screen is better but only works for jpg and not raw, this seems to be the same with most of the photo storage devices. It copies the raw files but when you try to view SmartDisk FlashTrax XT they don't display correctly.
SmartDisk FlashTrax XT They work fine though when you connect it to your computer. The best improvment for me though is battery life. It comes with a USB cord for downloading files to your computer and a combination AC power pack and recharger.
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A drawstring padded pouch is also included. Compared to the cost of five 4 G CF cards, the thing is a real bargain.
FlashTrax XT 40GB
So far I have had no failures due to mechanical or software glitches. The Download time for a 40X CF card is about two to three minutes. It is compatible with both Mac and PC, and more importantly it handled Raw format files Be sure you check this out if you have RAW SmartDisk FlashTrax XT capability on your camera. It also handles text files and, as an added bonus, it works an MP3 music player. It has a small speaker, an earphone jack and volume controls on the side so it can be slipped into a shirt pocket and used a portable music player.
I found SmartDisk FlashTrax XT handy for playing tumes in the field when I was bored. The speaker is rather dinky, not much volume or tone quality, but with a headphone it sounds pretty good, with more than adequate sound quality. As Paul says, the five inch diagonal LCD screen's image quality is pretty low. However, the screen is adjustable for brightness, it does not SmartDisk FlashTrax XT, and it's perfectly adequate for scrolling through images, editing and deleting and so on.
I have a FlashTrax XT (Model No FTXXT40) SmartDisk. It - Fixya
Once again, the quality of the LCD's image resolution is a bit poor, contrast could be a lot better and the color rendition is rather bland and washed out. It certainly is not meant to be a laptop replacement for viewing and evaluating images, but putting in a quality 5" LCD screen would increase the cost considerably. Paul's right, the "copy" LED light is dim and hard to see in average light. The SmartDisk FlashTrax XT screen shows a bar-type prompt showing the progress of the SmartDisk FlashTrax XT, but it has the disconcerting habit of blanking out after a few minutes I suppose to conserve power ; it should remain visible till the download is complete.
After a few downloads I got used to it, and just doublechecked the LED light SmartDisk FlashTrax XT a cupped hand to see if the download was over, or I usually just waited about five minutes before SmartDisk FlashTrax XT out the CF card. The controls are pretty logically laid out, but, as with all electronic devices, once you get used to it things go more smoothly. I made a few mistakes early on, but after I learned the steps necessary to perform the various functions, it was OK. The various options require some thought and they are not the most intuitive.
Unlike other photo devices like an MF 26 Nikon back, or some of their SB flashes once I learned the steps, I found I did not have to keep on referring back to the manual every time I was unsure about something.
It takes about three to five seconds to power on, you have to hold down the "on" button for a few seconds, and then the LCD screen comes to life. SmartDisk FlashTrax FTX40 Digital A/V Player (40GB) overview and full product specs on SmartDisk FlashTrax XT.
April 18, SmartDisk Corporation today introduced FlashTrax(R) XT, a handheld portable device for storing, playing and sharing.