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Is there a way to offload images from only one card?

 
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Nov 20, 2016 07:50 |  #16

Is it really that difficult to remove one card before you move the images?


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Nov 20, 2016 08:00 |  #17

Deardorff wrote in post #18189626 (external link)
Is it really that difficult to remove one card before you move the images?

But you don't need to remove a card from the camera. All you have to do is select the card you want to download from in the EOS Utility.


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Nov 20, 2016 09:03 |  #18

john crossley wrote in post #18189630 (external link)
But you don't need to remove a card from the camera. All you have to do is select the card you want to download from in the EOS Utility.

Read the original post. That is what the OP can't figure out how to accomplish although some have given details on how to do it. However the op hasn't posted since November 9th.




  
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Jan 23, 2017 08:42 as a reply to  @ Deardorff's post |  #19

Is it difficult? No. After ten years of coming in from a shoot and simply dumping my gear and plugging my camera in to upload, the difficult part is remembering a new relatively un-triggered step. Then also making sure the card gets put back in before the next shoot.

Is it possible? Absolutely. It'll be easy once I train myself to remember. However, if there's an automated way to do it, who wouldn't prefer to go that route?

That's what I'm here asking.

Thanks for the helpful reply, though. -?


I haven't looked any further into trying to accomplish what I'm looking for. I've reverted to only recording in duplicate when shooting weddings - which I haven't had to shoot in months. I'll look into see what I can do again sometime before spring. I'll comment here if I find something that ends up working exactly how I'm hoping.


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Mar 20, 2017 10:38 |  #20

OP, I can't help but find this thread absolutely hilarious. You are willing to learn a convoluted new method of downloading images, which you will then remember, but you cannot remember to unplug one card from your camera before plugging it in. If there were a 'wow' mountain for the interwebs, this would sit somewhere close to the peak.


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Jul 23, 2017 06:48 |  #21

ManiZ wrote in post #18305936 (external link)
OP, I can't help but find this thread absolutely hilarious. You are willing to learn a convoluted new method of downloading images, which you will then remember, but you cannot remember to unplug one card from your camera before plugging it in. If there were a 'wow' mountain for the interwebs, this would sit somewhere close to the peak.

Soooo many people overreading what I was looking for. I was looking for a simple way to make things simpler, nothing complex. Basically I was looking for a box to check somewhere to only automatically download from one card. Something similar to the "only download new photos" box. Which wouldn't be hard to work around if Canon didn't offer the option, either. Buuuut they do. So i didn't figure seeing if there was one for my issue was so far fetched.

For those tuning in searching for the same thing I initially was... There currently isn't an easier answer than just pulling a card out.

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