Summary: I bought this product mainly to hold my photo's as I was going to London and did not want loose the ability to keep shooting pictures the only issue is is doest not hold SDHC which is fine being only one of my cards is such. Other then that is was money well spent.
Summary: Great product for viewing and storing photos. I particularly like the ability to transfer images directly from either my digital cameras or the SD/Compact storage cards that I use with them. It's great to have the peace of mind that I can back my images up, when I'm out on location. The P-2000 also makes it easy to share my shots with other people. I would definitely recommend this product to friends.
Summary: Reviews to save pictures on trips is on the wrong tract. Buy this device to display pictures. You can buy Compact Flash 32 GB for $80. You can buy Secure Digital High Capacity 32 GB for $35. The top reviewer bought this "storage device" to continue using his 512 MB compact Flash! For $80 he could have multiplied his storage by 64x and never needed this "storage device". I take all of my pictures in raw & jpeg with a Canon 5D full frame camera, 12.8 mpxl.
Summary: All the Epson Viewers are an awesome way to store and view your digital images. Starting with the P-1000 (which is nice but limited to cameras of 6.3 MP or less) you can choose the one that works best for you. The P-2000 and others take both CF cards and SD Cards where the 1000 only takes CF. I purchased the P-200 because I can't justify the expense of the 3000 & 4000 yet, and I sold my P-1000 with my 10D camera Body.
Summary: Is a great product to keep and review the pictures and videos from flash memory cards. The P-2000 is a old model, for this reasons has a little capacity (40Gb) but it is fine for a travel. The cons are big size and doesn't recognize the SDHC (only SD), but i use a SD to MC adapter and with this my P-2000 can read SDHC from the MC card port. But the price is cheaper for this reasons i recommend this product.
Summary: I really liked my P-2000. However, in the last 2 weeks I have had to change my mind. I got the blue screen of death with the icon that said press reset. No luck. So, I tried to get it fixed and found out to put in a new drive and download the software it would cost $435.00. I looked around on the internet and ended up at Epson and was gob smacked.
Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
Summary: Does an excelent job and has a lot of versitility, but is heavy and slow to load the pictures each time you try to initially view them. (This pertains to the pictures that are already in a folder on the p-2000. I would have expected these to be faster to view then pictures being downloaded.) Once you've been through the "slide show" once, the images load quicker the second time. Had no proplems uploading and downloading from my computer.