Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01

Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 is a 30GB Digital Storage Photo Viewer features Store up to 10,000 digital photos on the high-quality 30GB hard disk, View your photos on the high-quality 2.5-inch TFT color monitor, Compatible with JPEG, TIFF, and other major image file formats, PictBridge compatible, outputs directly to a printer, and Transfer photos directly from Coolwalkers to CF card or to a computer via USB 2.0.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


Expert Reviews

Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 Reviews

Digitalreview reviews the Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 and writes;
“The LCD screen is bright and clear, and has a 15 step brightness adjustment for different viewing conditions. With the Coolwalker’s high speed USB 2.0 connection, images will copy quickly from your digital memory card to the Coolwalker’s harddrive.”
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User Opinions

Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 User Opinions

Prefer this over the FlashTrax, | Rating: ★★★★★
“I got mine today – very nice. Reads a 4 GB Microdive quickly. Great display, far better than the FlashTrax. Transferred all my photos to it, have room to spare. Direct printing is a plus! Glad I bought it.” – By L. Mureebe

OK but what is this CF Card Adapter?? | Rating: ★★★★☆
“After an hour Googling “CF adapter” I found a “4-in-1 adapter” that supposedly lets you plug in an SD card into this thing. Well, physically this does work, but crashes the Coolwalker if it is powered up with the card in place. IF you insert the card into the powered-up CoolWalker (something I’m not all that comfortable with doing on a regular basis!) it will transfer the photos on the SD to the CoolWalker.” – By JimBob

Using the Coolwalker with a CF Adapter, | Rating: ★★★★★
“I use it EXACTLY as specified in the Coolwalker directions… inserting the card WITH the SD card already in the CFA into the Coolwalker BEFORE powering the Coolwalker up. It works GREAT. I might say that I “DO” follow the Coolwalker instructions and ONLY USE an approved SD Card…” – By M. Peoples

A portable harddrive with a view screen, | Rating: ★★★★☆
“I recently received a 60 gig ipod and think that I will still bring the CoolWalker along for all my photos. I like the Nikon Camera download to Nikon storage, even if it isn’t as cool as the ipod nor does it have as many bells and whistles as some other photo viewers, but then again, as far as the most important issue- data storage- I’ve never been let down.” – By Rose

Coolwalker review, | Rating: ★★★★☆
“The Coolwalker works very well as a viewing device and storage device with one notable exception….it can deplete it’s charged battery very quickly. If you buy a Coolwalker, you should consider spending the money in a spare battery right off. Downloading a couple of cards will take awhile and you will need the second battery to get through the day.” – By Dennis L. Hardy

Manual

Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 User Manual Download

- Download Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 User Manual (PDF – 7.5MB)

Features & Specifications

Nikon Coolwalker MSV-01 Features

Nikon CoolWalker is a really cool way of carrying your digital pictures around. It’s essentially a 30 GB storage-drive – like a computer hard-drive – that can store up to 10,000 photos. You can view them on a built-in 2.5″ color TFT LCD screen. It’s a perfect gift for a parent living a distance from your home.

Image transfer to the MSV-01 is extremely easy, due to its compatibility with CompactFlash, MicroDrive and even SD SecureDigital Digital-media cards. It is also capable of supporting JPEG, TIFF, NEF (RAW), Motion JPEG, and WAV files. It’s a cool walking companion for a digital-camera owner. Compatible with JPEG, TIFF and other major image file formats – including NEF file A slideshow feature and remote control add up to fun for the whole family when COOLWALKER is connected to you TV It is PictBridge compatible – outputs directly to a PictBridge compatible printer (no computer necessary) Has USB 2.0 and 1.1 connectivity Terminals –

CompactFlash cards slot (Type II) x 1, USB (miniplug) x 1, AV output x 1, DC input x 1 Powered by Interchangeable EN-EL6 rechargeable Li-ion battery (2000mAh), AC adapter (supplied) Maximum continuous playback time – Approx. 1.5 hours when using the battery pack, fully charged, at room temperature

Dimensions (WHD) – Approx. 3.2 x 5.1 x1.4 inch / Weight – Approx. 12.3 oz. (including battery)

System requirements – Interface – built-in USB ports (Note – this product may not function as expected when connected via a USB hub.)

Compatible operating systems – Windows XP Home Edition/Professional, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Windows 98 Second Edition (SE); Macintosh OS 9-1-9.2, Mac OS X (version 10.1.2 or later). Compatible with any of the above operating systems preinstalled.

With the Nikon Coolwalker Digital Storage Photo Viewer, you can store and display up to 10,000 digital photos on the viewer’s high-quality 30GB hard disk. The viewer features a large 2.5-inch TFT color monitor, and you can also transfer photos directly from the Coolwalker to a CF card or computer via USB 2.0.

Other features include:
* Intuitive operation thanks to a simple user interface
* Compatibility with JPEG, TIFF, and other major image file formats, including NEF file
* A slideshow feature and remote control–even more handy when the Coolwalker is connected to your TV
* PictBridge compatibility, which allows you to output directly to a printer

What’s in the box:
Coolwalker, USB cable, AV cable, rechargeable battery EN-EL6 (installed), AC adapter, remote control unit, soft case, software CD-ROM, instruction manual, warranty


See also: Storage Media





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