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Archos AV320 Review

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#1 wetpixel



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Posted 28 July 2003 - 03:53 PM

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"The $550 AV320 has a 4" LCD display, a 20GB hard-disk, and records and plays back audio and video along with photos. The AV340 is identical except that it has a 40GB hard-drive and costs a bit more. But the AV320 and AV340 are more than just media players, they're media recorders as well. Out of the box both can record line-level analog audio as well as digital audio. There's also a built-in microphone for recording interviews, voice memos, or whatever you want. And with a hardware attachment included with the package, these devices can record video too."...


I presume that there is a CF reader attachment of some sort.

I would actually much rather my CF reader backup device just show file names and sizes because they currently are far too slow to really show a 6 or 11MP image in any usable way. Plus, we shoot RAW, anyway.

I guess a screen doesn't hurt. But what I really want is something that will do verification, too!
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Posted 29 July 2003 - 12:25 AM

Neat looking machine. What sort of protection does that screen have?

I have a Innoplus Phototainer and that will display a 6m image in about 7seconds. It will also display TIF files and even the Fuji RAF (RAW) files.
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