Not sure about disk image, but I was able to remove the card and import via a media reader (no camera needed). I would rather just be able to copy the clip files off directly rather than use iMovie to convert them to QT format.
My question is what is the best way to archive the original source material?
I am in the process of selling or parting out an XG-110. If i end up just selling the tubes then I will have a setup remote that would be for sale. Should know is a few days. I can ship the remote, but the projector is a pick up in NC.
So maybe I should just sell the tubes to Curt and the service remote elsewhere and send the rest to the dump. This machine has been sitting waiting to be used for over 2 years and finally the owner is moving and doesn't want to take it with.
I have some constuction material that I no longer need:
1 Roll Linacoustic RC (100' x 47")
1 Roll Batting
40 Yards GOM Anchorage (2335) Color Midnight (2025)
Pickup or I can deliver in the RTP area.