I have a Fuji Flashpath and used it exclusively until I bought a USB card reader/writer from Sandisk. The Flashpath is faster than the serial connection to the camera but the USB reader/writer on my system is 100 times faster than the Flashpath. I downloaded a full 16mb SM card using the Flashpath and it took 8 minutes. I did the same using the USB reader/writer and it only took 21 secs. Depending on the number and size of files the ratio is variable.
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In my experience unless you have specific need for the flashpath configuration the USB card reader is the way to go. If you don't have a USB port, get a parallel port reader or a PCMCIA card reader. These are similarly faster than the Flashpath. If choose the Flashpath, make sure that it can read the 64mb SM media. I think most can if you install the most current drivers from SmartDisk web site. I think they are the only manf of the Flashpath, packaged for the other name brands.
The newest drivers from SmartDisk worked fine in,my two year old Flashpath from Fuji. Good Luck, Gail wrote: I'm thinking of purchasing a FlashPath Floppy-Disk adapter. Prices start at $59 and go to $99. The more expensive ones say the Flashpath Floppy-Disk adapter is 'PDR-M1 and PDR-5 Smartmedia compatible.' Questions: Are there two types of Smartmedia? If I purchase the less expensive one am I going to be 'limited' in it's usage? Can FlashPath Adapters be used with any computer, PC or Apple (assuming the Apple has a floppy drive!)?
BTW, are the Floppy-disk adapters worth the expense? Jim wrote: I have a Fuji Flashpath and used it exclusively until I bought a USB card reader/writer from Sandisk. The Flashpath is faster than the serial connection to the camera but the USB reader/writer on my system is 100 times faster than the Flashpath. Is there an advantage to using the USA reader? My camera (FinePix 1400) has a USB (only) connection. Would I need both?
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The FlashPath hardware is capable of supporting read & write functionality on the Macintosh; all that is needed is a driver that implements these features on the Mac. In fact, we've been looking at what it would take to add full support in the Macintosh drivers and, at the very least, we expect to have an enhanced read-only version this summer. Yes you have to instal a driver for the flashpath adapter and there will be something installed for a USB reader also. Even with a PCMCIA adapter, which is instantly recognised as a new disc, there are PCMCIA drivers loaded in Windows or by th Mac OS. FLASHPATH FLOPPY DISK ADAPTER FOR SMARTMEDIA overview and full product specs on CNET.
I teach retired women how to use the computer, e.mail, and the like. Most of them want to primarily learn to send e.mail to their children/grandchildren. I offer to take a digital picture of them to sned to their kids. Some of my clients have new comuters (with USB ports), some have older computers; some have Macs, some have PC's. Adobe flash media live encoder 3.1 for mac.
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My goal is to be able to download pictures to ANY computer and, if possible, without the use of software installation. Amy further insights about FlashPath being: 'PDR-M1 and PDR-5 Smartmedia compatible?' Thanks for the help! No info on those standards.
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But my policy is to get the newest issue of the hardware whenever possible. The chances are the extra cost will mean it will be more upward compatible with increases in SM capacities. Webdrive installation for mac. I think all of them are compatible up to the 64mb cards with the latest software loaded but check the maximum card size the Flashpath is officially rated for.