Memory Cards

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Blackmagic Design has really shaken things up with their entries into the digital cinema camera market. First announced in 2012, the original Blackmagic Cinema Camera shocked the industry with a remarkably progressive feature set in an entry-level, professional camera. In April of... READ MORE
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To give you a heads-up for gift giving this holiday season, we’ve compiled a scrumptious selection of awesome gifts for the photo enthusiasts in your life that are guaranteed to put a smile on their faces and enhance their shooting experience. Our bodacious baker’s dozen includes items ranging from cool compact cameras to ingenious bags and straps, to the ever popular and always appreciated high-... READ MORE
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Card readers? Really? It might come as a surprise that these are worthy of an article, but we'd ask you to keep an open mind. You can transfer data quickly from SD, CompactFlash (CF) or XQD cards with USB-equipped memory card readers. Some even help you speed up your photography workflow by enabling... READ MORE
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News

Lexar has recently introduced the Professional Workflow Reader Solution, a system that revolves around a modular design for employing up to four different card readers at a single time to increase speed and efficiency when transferring large quantities of data from memory cards.

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1 year ago
Hands-on Review

SanDisk offers an array of memory cards comprising CompactFlash, SDHC/SDXC, and microSDHC/SDXC types in a wide range of capacities and data-transfer speeds. Faster speeds enable improved performance during HD video and RAW image capture, especially in continuous and burst shooting modes.

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Canon Rebel DSLRs have always been impressively smaller than the competition, going back to their original film models. Canon’s EOS Rebel SL1 doesn’t disappoint in the size department, either. If anything, the EOS SL1 elicited variations of “Whoa,” “Wow,” “Jeeeeez,” and “Is that really a DSLR?”

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Sony has recently released their new SxS PRO+ memory cards. The new cards are optimized to accommodate Sony’s F5 and F55 CineAlta 4K cameras. SxS PRO+ cards support maximum write speeds of 1.5 Gbps, which enables reliable, high frame rate 4K capture. The new cards are available in 64GB or 128GB capacities.

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Most photographers love getting gifts. (Well, who doesn’t?) But with the wealth of equipment available and accessories for that equipment and accessories for those accessories, there is always a new “toy” that can expand a photographer’s creativity.

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Buying Guide

Memory cards are the standard devices for recording your images to when using a digital camera. They are descendents of film in a way, and are the medium in which your imagery sits before viewing. They differ from film, of course, in that they are flash storage devices, similar in idea to external hard drives that are used with computers.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

If memory cards were like baseball cards, then specs would be stats and the top performers the most sought after. The analogy is largely true except the superstars of cardboard are mainly collected (or clipped by bike spokes), while the stars of flash memory are called up daily to bat.

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Tips and Solutions

When diving into the world of Wedding Photography, you must have a plan and be prepared for anything. Like the very wedding you’re going to shoot, you need to know what is going to happen, when and where it is going to happen and how it is expected to happen.

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2 years ago
Tips and Solutions

As a working photographer, the center of the universe is your camera bag and its contents. Your cameras and lenses are the tools of your trade. As you may have noted, both are mentioned in plural because just as you wouldn’t jump out of an airplane without a backup parachute, you shouldn’t attempt to photograph an emotionally spiked, non-repeatable event armed with only one camera.

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Tips and Solutions

Francis Westfield from Mamiya Leaf presents a ninety-minute talk on working with medium-format cameras, especially when it comes to post workflow. The answer to the question, “Has medium format overcome its inherent limitations?” is a definite yes, as Francis goes through a rigorous discussion of Capture One software, both when capturing images to CF cards, and when tethered to a computer for live review.

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Things have changed since the earliest IBM MicroDrives made their debut back in the late '90s. Essentially 1" hard drives, MicroDrives owned the market for quite some time. Originally available in two smallish capacities— 170MB and 340MB—they were soon available in 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB sizes to satisfy the growing needs of the rapidly expanding digital camera market. And they weren't cheap, with larger-capacity cards running upwards of a thousand-plus dollars. Unlike the solid-state cards sold nowadays, dropping a MicroDrive was tantamount to dropping a laptop. 

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News

Memory card maker SanDisk has begun shipping a 32-Gigabyte microSDHC card, which the company claims to be the highest-capacity card available in a form factor so tiny that it fits on a dime. The card's storage is double the capacity of SanDisk's 16GB microSDHC version. The 32GB card comes with a 5-year limited warranty and will carry a suggested retail price of $199.99. It is expected to be available from B&H in April.

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