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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 10 - 2022

Tips for Using and Caring for Memory Cards

Memory Cards


One of the greatest fears of a photographer is to attach the memory card to the computer only to find that it has been damaged and all of the images have been lost. To protect against this disaster it is recommended that you test your memory card on a regular basis. This can be done as simply as reformatting the card. Take great care in protecting your memory cards because without them your camera can do nothing but click and beep.

Here are some tips for using and caring for Memory Cards
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