23 September, 2009

LaCie Rugged Hard Drive.


I am IN LOVE with the LaCie 250GB Rugged All-Terrain Portable Hard Drive.
Woosh, what a mouth full!

Grab yours from B&H for only $96!

I travel with this guy to all out of town weddings/portrait sessions and family vacations so I can back up on the go. Max (yes mine has a name) has been dropped, banged up, stepped on, tossled to and fro and a million other external drive no no's and is still going STRONG.



18 comments:

Linda said...

Oh, why don't they make lenses this rugged???? I dropped my 70-200 mm 2.8 IS lens and just found out that it is damaged beyond repair : (

Alexandra said...

Ooooh I want one!!

Mark Coons said...

Natalie, when you say you are backing up your data to the LaCie, do you mean that you are using it in conjunction with a laptop or netbook? I've been looking at this harddrive as it was recommended by Will Crockett so hearing that you use it as well makes my decision even easier!! Thanks.

I'm Natalie. said...

Mark,

You can't load files directly to the drive. You do need a computer to connect both your drive and your card to. Then you can just drag and drop the files from the card to the drive. :)

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alma and nicole smith said...

I LOVE THIS hard drive as well! it makes me feel safe knowing all our stuff is backed up on something so durable and stylish :) ive been following your blog for a good while now and i love your work. good luck with baby #4!

Becca said...

Ok this comment has nothing to do with that hard drive thingy, but is does have to do with your blog...OMG Thanks so much for the info you make this whole photo stuff easy to understand for all us newbie’s. I will be canceling my private lessons. I will be reading your blog often. Becca

I'm Natalie. said...

Becca,

You made my day!

If you ever have any questions let me know and maybe I'll write a post on the topic. :) I'm always looking for new ideas to help beginners. :)

Aloha,

Natalie

Valerie Yamile said...

Natalie,

I just found your blog today, but about ... a long time ago... I read your DPS posts on going Manual, and even though I was going to school for photography, YOUR article was my epiphany. THANK YOU!!!

Also, I am very impressed by you. Four kids?! And you're 28?!

I'm 28 and I have a two-year old and I feel so tied down that I think I'll never be the big shot photographer I want to be. HOW do you do it?

I'm Natalie. said...

Valerie,

You put your kids first ALWAYS and everything will work out professionally. Scouts honor!

Valerie Yamile said...

:o)

Catherine Hall said...

This looks like the perfect way to back up work on the go! And, it is small and easy to carry around.

Susan said...

Do you prefer this brand over the Free Agent Go? I've been contemplating getting that one. I thought I was the only one who named my electronics. Awesome.

Melody said...

dropped while it is spinning or when it isn't in use?

Natalie. said...

Melody,

both!

Natalie. said...

Susan,

I've never heard of Free Agent Go!

Melody said...

ok well now i am going to look into it! how far do you think it fell when it was spinning? not that i plan on dropping it but you never know!

Natalie. said...

Melody,

I don't remember! sorry!