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Memory cards don’t just allow you to store photos, they let you take advantage of features like burst or HD video modes. Choosing the one that’s right for you means not having to constantly delete older pictures in order to make room for new ones...
Here are a few key pointers to help you choose the right memory card for your camera.
Your memory card’s data transfer rate is equivalent to its speed and is indicated by class: the higher the class, the higher your card’s speed.
To determine whether or not your card is too slow for your needs, check to see if:
Choosing the right card depends on intended use. Intermediate and advanced photographers will want to go for higher class cards, while most photo enthusiasts will be quite content with class 5 or 6 cards, which handle burst and HD video modes very well.
Your card should be adapted to your needs. To determine just what those needs are, consider the following:
Does your computer have a dedicated memory card slot? If it doesn’t, you’ll have to purchase an adapter or memory card reader. Most computers will allow you to read multiple memory card formats—convenient for those with multiple devices. There are also Eye-Fi wireless cards that allow you to transfer photos directly over Wi-Fi.
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