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Canon Connect Station CS100 1TB Storage Device

BH #CACS100 • MFR #9899B002
Canon Connect Station CS100 1TB Storage Device
Key Features
  • Wirelessly Accessible Storage Hub
  • Dedicated to Canon Cameras & Camcorders
  • Built-In 1TB Hard Drive
  • NFC and Wi-Fi Connectivity
Enabling wireless backing up of image and video files from Canon cameras and camcorders, the Connect Station CS100 is a media hub designed for storing, managing, and viewing your multimedia content. Featuring a built-in 1TB drive, this storage device is able to back-up approximately 150,000 photos or 70 hours of video from your camera, with the convenience of syncing your device via NFC or over Wi-Fi. Once the content has been loaded into the CS100, you can browse, manage, sort, and view your files using an intuitive menu system. Playback is supported via HDMI. Wireless printing is possible to compatible PIXMA/SELPHY printers, and imagery can be downloaded to PCs or smart devices via a web browser. The CS100 offers both convenience and practicality in how to import, view, and export your imagery.
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Will it work with the 70D via wifi?

Will it work with the 70D via wifi?
Asked by: Nicholas
If your camera has the Wi-Fi or NFC built in it will work, if it doesn't, they have USB ports and card readers for downloading information as well.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-15

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does it back up photos while you take them automatically? can I carry it in my bag/pocket as a real time backup option? or do i have to offload the images manually?
Asked by: Di
It needs to be plugged into an outlet, so you wouldn't be able to carry it around in a bag to use. It would also be too big for you to carry in your pocket. It connects wirelessly with your camera to save images, but you can't take photos while it is downloading the images. It acts as a storage device and allows you to play slideshows if you hook it up to your tv.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

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I use custom folders on my CF Card while shooting different groupings of photos. Will this unit import my photos as they sit on the card in those folders or will it re-arrange them to its own structure?
Asked by: Mike
Hi, as an user of this item I am, I can tell you the CS100 doesn't keep the folders you have into your cards, at the moment you export your photos into CF100, it is going to arrange by date and by model of the camera; what you really can do it's after your photos are into CS100 it is creating albums. Cheers.
Answered by: LUCIANO V.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is This canon USA warranty?
Asked by: Eldon T.
As far as I know. I haven't needed it. The one to ask is the seller: B+H.I don't believe they sell grey market products.
Answered by: Jack M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can this work with Nikon raw files
Asked by: Michael
As RAW files go, this unit supports the .CR2 format only. It also supports .JPG stills as well as MOV/MP4/AVCHD video.
Answered by: Phillip C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I will be traveling internationally for 3 weeks on a photo adventure. I do not want to take a PC to store my images. Is this a reliable and effective way to offload (Canon 5DS) RAW images from the camera SD/CF card and review them via the hotel TV then ultimately transfer to Lightroom back at the house?
Asked by: Anonymous
TO make it simple and short YES, it is reliable & effective way to store and replay your photos and videos from SD/CF.But the interface is little slow and needs some effort to get your files back from it to your PC. I think you might need to format a Hard Disk to do so. So my advice is to use it only if you won't have the option of having your laptop... Enjoy your photo adventure.
Answered by: Medhat Z.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I may be thick but I thought you could put pics on a smart TVs via wifi but it appears you have to have a cable ... Help which cable ??
Asked by: Anonymous
You need a HDMI cable. This is a 6 foot regular HDMI to HDMI cable Pearstone High-Speed HDMI to HDMI Cable with Ethernet - Black, 6' (1.8 m) B&H # PEHDA106 MFR # HDA-106
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Would it work wirelessly with a Canon 5D Mark II?
Asked by: oscar a.
No, it would not. Only Canon cameras that are NFC-compatible may be imported via a wireless connection. Unfortunately, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera is not an NFC-compatible camera and does not have wireless capability built into the camera. As such, you would either have to transfer the images taken with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera to the Canon Connect Station CS100 either by using a USB cable connecting the camera to the Canon Connect Station CS100, or by removing the CompactFlash memory card and inserting it into the Connect Station to transfer your files.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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