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What You Should Keep In Mind About DSLR Camera’s Memory Cards

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 1 - 2019
Photography Tips: What you need to know about DSLR camera's Memory Cards

Photography Tips: What you need to know about DSLR camera's Memory Cards

Do not blindly rely on a memory card based on its brand. I’ve once bought a highly recommended memory cards, and it broke two years after. The brands usually brag on its long life, but it’s better to focus on brands with convenient after-sale service from the memory card’s seller or producer because memory cards usually have a long warranty period. However great your memory card, the possibility of data loss will always be on the table. That is why you should always immediately back up your photograph files from your memory cards.

The following are several points you should keep in mind about DSLR camera’s memory cards:

– When buying a memory card, note the class and its mbps speed. This is absolutely more important than considering a purchase based on the brand. Another one of my posts explains what the “class” of a memory card means.

– The first thing you must immediately do once you are finished with a photo session is to back up the content of your memory card. There are so many worst-case scenarios that could happen, and taking a little bit of your time to back up your data can save you a lot of unwanted grief and regret because usually those photo session moments can’t be reproduced. Read the rest of this entry »

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