iPods and digital (photo) image storage

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    georgemann

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    Does anyone have any information on devices for attaching a memory card reader or digital camera directly to the current model iPod Classic?

    The following blog post is my take on the current situation, but I wouldn't mind being wrong. I would love to use an iPod for image storage while I am traveling.

    http://dpmac.com/2009/08/apple-ipods-and-photography/

    Thank you, George
     
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    georgemann

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    iPod and digital photo image storage.

    I was really hoping that someone would know of a solution.

    I would like to be able to attach a memory card reader to the iPod Classic for storing digital images while traveling or on a remote location.

    There were several devices (Belkin had one) for earlier model iPods (they were incredibly slow though) but I have not been able to find anything for the current model iPod.

    Thank you, George
     
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    gan6660

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    I know Apple themselves make one but I dont know if it works with the classic.
     
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    georgemann

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    Griffin Simplifi Desktop Dock, Reader, Hub

    Thanks but as far as I know the USB camera connector (from Apple) is no longer available.

    I just checked the Apple iPod accessories site though and found an interesting (New) multi-purpose iPod/iPhone dock from Griffin.

    Griffin Simplifi Dock, Reader and Hub - http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/simplifi

    http://store.apple.com/us/product/TU859VC/A?fnode=MTY1NDA0OQ&mco=MzE2NjUwNw

    George
     

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