Originally Posted by The1
this is making editing on my computer seem like a good option;
1, the files from the mkIII are pretty big to be sending wirelessly through something that probably won't be able to send with efficiency while simultaneously killing the battery.
2, my tv screen is a nice size and has great colour for editing
3, won't take up unnecessary space on my ipad
4, don't have to deal with finger controls
5, not really willing to compromise editing a raw file for a jpeg just so i can have the feature
6, and mouse/pen and pad control on the computer will be more precise.
still could be fun
This is what I do for pretty much the same reasons. I do sometimes edit on a powerful 64-bit laptop, but I can't get the laptop's monitor properly calibrated and I end up redoing the best images on my desktop when I return from vacation.
I've been dealing with huge RAW and pretty large jpeg files for a few years now and went to two external 2TB hard drives (one at home and the other at work and synchronized monthly). My library is around 1TB now even though I delete more than 90% of my clicks.