If you are shooting large format digital pictures you will need a DVD-RAM setup sooner or later.

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After the excitement of having a digital camera wears out, how and where can you store all those digital images?

Most people make the mistake of buying a Zip or Jaz drive. These are best for sending files to someone else; Zip disks are too small and too overpriced to make them cost-effective for serious storage. If you are a pro you will very shortly need a CD burner.

Before long (say about a year or so) you will need a jukebox. Otherwise you will be buried alive with stacks of CDs and disks. How can you possibly find a single photo in all this mess. Just calculate how much time (= money) that you lose by frantically searching for which disk has the needed photo.

Cygnet Storage Solutions solves all this. Their jukebox holds 100 disks. You can mix and match CD, CD-R,CD-RW, DVD-RAM, or whatever. Canto Cumulus data asset management software keeps track of each and every image.



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