Re: Do Burned CDs Have a Short Life Span?
This discussion has hit a raw nerve. I am a serious amateur photographer who
stopped competing about 25 years ago. About six months ago I rekindled my
interest and started digitizing my old images from film and slides. The
image degradation on the slides, which were stored in a cool area, is
nothing short of appalling.
As prices for hard-drive storage fall, while their capacity continues to increase, perhaps hard drives are better choices for long-term storage. A good plan would be to use duplicate drives, and store one off site.
peter -at- knowhowpro -dot- com
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