Nuggets: Iomega Clik! for cameras is sorted...

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The problem with being a digital David Bailey is that once the memory in your camera is full you've got to go home and download it into your PC. The new Iomega Clik! Drive for Digital Cameras solves this most tiresome problem by letting you download pictures from either Compact Flash or SmartMedia memory onto 40MB Clik! disks - think of them as being like extra rolls of film.

The six-ounce, 4.6 x 2.75 inch portable drive transfers all the data on your camera's memory card, freeing you up to start shooting again. It comes with a parallel port docking bay for transferring images to your PC and the accompanying software displays images as thumbnails or as slide shows. At $249 (£152) the drive doesn't come cheap but to make up for this the Clik! disks, at around $10, give you plenty of memory for your money.


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