Which memory card technology to go with?


What memory card technology seems the best (long-term)?  

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ZZOOzzoo

I forgot to add this, Sony Cybetshot T3 supports PictBridge for direct print without PC.

T3 is very thin, but it has 5.1 megapixel and 3X optical zoom.

Here's my review of T3: http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=279714

If you want a nice-looking and tiny camera with a good spec, go for T3 or T33.

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ExplorerZ

SD are will be the best to me.

its small, fast and relatively cheap (kingston elite pro 50x 512mb at 60SGD in some stores)

50x will be more than enough to support most camera for its 7500kbps

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Lan88

i'm guessing CF are best for those higher end DSLR camera like a Nikon/Canon whilst the SD is best for the compacts and the lower DSLR's.

Whichever the case, i picked an SD because they're light, and be used on other devices...eg, mobile phone, etc.

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antsy

I remember using a digi cam which took floppies!

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Lan88

I remember using a digi cam which took floppies!

I remember seeing that too! I think it was a sony digital camera of somesort... i've been using kingston's elite pro sd cards, works like a charm...

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my other sd card.

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Galley

SD, because you can pop the card into a Palm PDA and view you photos instantly on a nice big screen.

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Fred Derf

Woh, I remember creating this thread.

I was in a store the other day and I noticed that high speed SD memory now claims 150x speeds (or something like that). And I thought my 66x SD card was the cat's ass. Such is life with technology...

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killtoskate1217

SD is the more widely used camera memory. So youd be more future proof with that. As for SM, yea, alot of it is dead. For high speed SD, its the better choice for SLR cameras that can take various shots every second.

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Lan88

SD is the more widely used camera memory. So youd be more future proof with that. As for SM, yea, alot of it is dead. For high speed SD, its the better choice for SLR cameras that can take various shots every second.

You mean DSLR camera's :p And some DSLR's have dual slots, for both SD and CompactFlash, so you can't really leave them out in the dirt.

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jono123

You can get up to 4GB CF cards. (Y)

Actually you can get 6GB compact flash II cards.

I also recommend CF cards because they are quicker at storing the photos

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factoid

HD-DVD all the way!

... :huh:

*slap* oops :p

I have no idea.

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Toastyone

Compact Flash (Y) Been using it for year and it has always been great and it is pretty cheap as well for the size cards you can get

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SnowRanger13

I like Secure Digital.

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