Up to three images per photographer can be submitted by email, compact disk (CD), zip disk or file transfer point (FTP).
What does ZD stand for?
ZD stands for Zip Disk
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We have 5 other meanings of ZD in our Acronym Attic
- Zachodniopomorskie Centrum Zaawansowanych Technologii (Polish: West Center for Advanced Technology)
- Zadar, Croatia (license plate)
- ZDaemon (multiplayer Doom port)
- Zener Diode
- Zenith Distance
- Zero Defects
- Zero Doppler
- Zero Drift (electronics)
- Zinc Depleted (biochemistry)
- Zone de Détection (French: Detection Zone; security)
- Zone Description
- Zinc Finger Domain
- Zambia Development Agency (est. 2006; Lusaka, Zambia)
- Zimbabwe Diabetic Association
- Zinc Development Association
- Zu Den Akten (German: To The Documents)
- Zeus Distributed Authentication and Content
- Zertifikat Deutsch Als Fremdsprache
- Zero Defect Application Kernel
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 750MB disk has a greater storage capacity than a CD-R or CD-RW, but more impressive is the software that comes with the device, particularly Active Disk, which lets you launch and run applications from the Zip disk.
The Winstation SCSI ZIP Disk Drive provides the OEM with alternatives that disappeared in 1999 when Iomega decided to discontinue the Internal 100 mb SCSI Version.
Since a 20GB unit provides storage equivalent to 200 100MB Zip disks and will store over 20,000 digital photos or 6,500 MP3 songs at 128kbps, it offers hassle-free storage at a lower cost per gigabyte than Zip disk alternatives.
Iomega Corporation (NYSE:IOM), a global leader in data management solutions, announced today that beginning on May 28 it will offer several instant rebate options on Zip(R) drives and Zip disks.
and additional Zip disks can be purchased at an estimated street price of $10.
And now with the new lower price, users have the power to store 100MB of their important information on each disk and have complete compatibility with millions of Zip disks and Zip drives, all for under $100.
This first-on-the-Web service allows users to send CD-ROM and Zip Disk files of their multi-megabyte image data to EZ Prints for processing.