While a camera and few lenses are the basics of any photographer’s camera kit, there are a few extra accessories that are crucial for all photographers to have on hand. Even though there is a large selection of accessories on the market, they are not all equally essential. We did a little research and considered
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Most digital devices have basic internal storage. Smartphones, for example, have minimal storage available on their SIM cards. Other devices like point and shoot cameras and mirrorless cameras require an external storage card – this is why SDHC cards are so important. Firstly, SDHC cards increase the minimal internal storage capacity of certain devices. Secondly,
As digital cameras evolve, so do the related accessories. An important piece of equipment every photographer must own is an SD card. In most instances, it is beneficial to have two or three SD cards as backup. The latest iteration of SD memory card is the SDXC – this stands for Secure Digital Extended Capacity.
Memory card readers are handy little devices that can help you transfer data between memory cards and devices. There are a number of benefits of having memory card readers that are equally enticing to photographers. The first is their fast transfer speed, especially in USB 3.0 type readers. This is key for photographers who shoot
All cameras require a memory card of some kind. While some cameras require CompactFlash memory cards, the majority of consumer-level cameras use an SD card. When choosing an SD card for your photography needs, there are three key things you need to keep in mind. Type There are four different kinds of SD cards. There’s
A memory card used to be a set-and-forget type item in my camera kit. Buy once, plug in and use, then only worry about it once I need more capacity, right? Well, it started to become a concern a few camera upgrades back— with more consideration for multiple card slots in a camera, how much