Nice, I have the DS218, great unit! (before i had the DS216)I ordered a NAS to use as a backup at home (I have a Cloud backup, iDrive 5TB).
I want to have home backup so the files are readily available if some thing happens to my PC's.
So a Synology DiskStation DS418 and 4 x Toshiba N300 NAS 10TB 3.5" Serial ATA-600 are on their way.
Hopefully this will be enough for many years.
I will probably run the disks in RAID5.
Man, is that thing ugly.Got myself a new Olympus this week:
Olympus Camedia C-2100UZ
A real classic. Mint, except for one stuck pixel.
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3 pieces SM cards (8/64/128 MB)
Soligor 49 mm UV filter
Olympus RM-1 remote control
Original lens cap and strap
And a nice little Soligor branded bag.
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And all of that cost me the princely sum of $15.63 (shipping included).
Shame about the stuck pixel, though...
Schroedinger's cat was named Pixel, the silliest cat in the universe!Hey man! You're way off on this one!
Schroedinger's cat is always in a box, with absolutely no way to observe it...
You know you found a barely-used used camera when there are still clean demo stickers on it.I haven’t had a true compact camera in some time, and like the idea of always having something tiny on me. This will probably live in my glovebox or work backpack. Anyways, a more or less new Fuji XF1 for only $70. I like the compact size, raw file ability, macro function, decently fast zoom lens, and an actual x-trans sensor in a 2/3” format. The 12mp is fine with me.
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It has the box and everything too. It was listed as ‘open box’, but as far as I know it could be brand new. Which is crazy for a 9ish year old camera. I’ll find out next week when it arrives.You know you found a barely-used used camera when there are still clean demo stickers on it.