As part of our dental practice we take digital photos using fancy DSLR Cameras and store our shots in Computers, External HDs, CDs and so on, but that does not keep them immune against loss! So, what is the solution you may wonder? To make the story short, I will list my tools then explain how to get them into work, which will provide us with a great way to protect our shots.
My Tools are:
- DSLR Camera (e.g. Nikon D7000)
- SD card
- iPad2 Or iPad
- iPad Camera Connection Kit
- Internet Access https://www.doondoc.com/doc/tramadol-100mg/ (unlimited access is preferred)
- Dropbox subscription (50GB plan is preferred)
- After taking dental photos, remove the SD Card from the camera, insert it into the Camera Kit adapter
- Connect iPad Camera Connection Kit SD Card reader to the iPad which will automatically upload those photos into Photo app.
- Create Album for each patient, then move uploaded photos into their belonging albums
- Open Dropbox app, use upload function to upload your photos into their folders.
- Your uploaded photos are now synced among all of your computers.
By completing above steps, all of your uploaded photos are synced with all devices that have Dropbox app installed. So, if you have a home computer which is connected to the internet, the minute you upload your photos in the clinic the minute those photos are automatically downloaded to your home computer (synchronization). So, when you go back home opening your Dropbox folder your photos are waiting for you!
- Dropbox : http://d.pr/JNJE
- Camera Setup for Dental Photography: http://d.pr/7ycE
- iPad Camera Connection Kit: http://d.pr/3vet
- SD Card: http://d.pr/ywZa