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Which photo viewer for Trail Cams? #5338705 10/02/14 08:38 PM
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I have an iPad 2 with 64G that I have been using for a couple of years and I have some gripes.

1. You have to import all pictures in order to see what's on them with any clarity.
2. You then have to delete them by tapping each and every photo to select. There is no "delete all" at that point, and it's easy to let them build up to 5-10,000 pics.
3. Recently my Ipad started giving me "This accessory not supported by IPad". This is inconsistent as I can sometimes import them but maybe 10% of the time.

I'm trying to decide whether to just get another solution or try to fix the iPad, although I'm betting it's the 30 pin connector would have to be replace.

Please let me know what you guys are using?


Re: Which photo viewer for Trail Cams? [Re: Mathp] #5338774 10/02/14 09:25 PM
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Was looking at them on Amazon this morning and decided to get a new battery for my laptop instead. Been using laptop for years and battery took a crap last year and got tired of dragging SD card back to camp. Dont by one labeled just for hunting, cost way more than just SD card viewer.


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Re: Which photo viewer for Trail Cams? [Re: Mathp] #5338783 10/02/14 09:30 PM
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I use my computer and use Picasa from Google to go through all of my pics. I open the folder from the card with Picasas. I just click on a pic and then hit delete if I don't see any bucks in the pic and keep going one pic after another. It is fast to go through the pics then later view them over slowly. I can view 200 pics in a 2-3 of minutes to delete or keep the ones I want. After I get to the last pic I name the folder by feeder #/day and then hit delete all pics from the card. Go to the next TC card and start again. I have Picasa setup to keep my folders in order by day/year with newest on top. It also keeps a folder in My Pictures on the computer beside Picasa. I can edit pics with Picasa or Canon Digital Photo Professional if I need to.



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