I can understand the iPad converting NEFs to JPEGS for viewing, but can the iPAD be used to store the NEF files for later syncing to the desk top
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When you plug the iPad into your computer, you can open it up like a USB drive and they'll be a DCIM folder with all the imported pictures.
One note: it does NOT keep the structure from your card (i.e. if your card has a specific naming format for the folders).
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