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 NoNoizePhotography



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 Ace



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It does seem a bit eggs all in one basket. I can see certain video uses though.

I've just been through this decision with buying new cards. I was looking for something which would give me reasonable capacity shooting RAW on a D300 and medium format with the ability of shooting video in the near future.

I plumped for 16 gig in the end which seemed to be the most popular choice because all the 16gb cards on the site I used, were out of stock bar the obscure brands. Yet there was plenty of stock in both 32 and 8gb cards.



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 Diceman199

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Other considerations aside...it makes me feel old. My first computer, and I use the word loosley, had 1k of RAM and no HD or long term storage at all!

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Purchased A Nikon 5 megapixel camera in 2002 to use at work (I'm a surveyor) and it came with a 32MB CompactFlash card. If you shoot RAW and JPEG you will struggle to get even one picture on that card nowadays.

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 NoNoizePhotography



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quoting post from Woods_Photography:

Purchased A Nikon 5 megapixel camera in 2002 to use at work (I'm a surveyor) and it came with a 32MB CompactFlash card. If you shoot RAW and JPEG you will struggle to get even one picture on that card nowadays.

My old KM7D came with a jessops 128MB CF card, I took 15 images and the card was full, I remember thinking that technology had gone backwards because film took 36 images....till I realised I could adjust the image quality.....but then why would you want to have less quality (that was my thinking back then).

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