What I would like to see is a battery powered 2.5" device (either with or without the actual drive) with WiFi for about $100 (or less of course) above the USB drive equivalent.
I think that it is close to happening actually. Iomega has such a device that is advertised as a backup solution. It's not clear to me whether it will function as a normal hard drive although you would expect that it would.
THEN all that would be needed is a fairly simple app that would copy files from the Camera Connection Kit to the WiFi Portable HDD. Ideally it would allow you to specify a target directory and create subdirectories within that for jpeg and raw files. It would also be useful if there was an option to only copy photos that had been taken since the previous transfer. This is specialised functionality for photography, general file copy functionality on top of that would also be useful.
I have the iPad 2 and pictures on itblook great.
Calibrated monitors for photography are the important issue for judging color, not default settings of any monitor and using a progrwm like Lightroom or Photoshop that can twke advantage of the calibration--not all photo viewing programs are capable. I find my Ipad 1 is quite good color wise. I shoot in RAW but the photos uploaded to the Ipad are only the jpegs embedded in the RAW--or if you shoot only jpegs so they are affected by your camera settings for jpegs.Originally Posted by jwt873