Shooting with a hi-res D-SLR can take up a lot of memory in a hurry. Manufacturers have responded with new ultra-high capacities that will provide safe storage for your precious images.
By Jon Sienkiewicz
Published April 8, 2008
Updated October 14, 2016
Some people believe that there are too many different types of memory cards. Why can’t all cameras use the same storage media? Uniformity is not likely to ever happen, but we may be moving a bit closer to a universal media system. Based on the number of new digital SLR and high-end compact digital cameras introduced so far this year that are compatible with Secure Digital, it’s becoming clear that CompactFlash is losing ground. The advent of high-capacity SDHC has opened the door to cross-platform compatibility.
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