Secure Digital

Most of the high resolution cameras tend to fall into what we would call large (roughly the same size as a 35 mm SLR). At this point you have to assess your level of fanaticism for photography and decide that both size and weight this willing to bring in a good pos photography. Storage most cameras use memory cards, among which we can find various technologies and manufacturers. Some machines already disused used 3 floppies, but were being outdated by the time that it takes to record the images and the loss of quality that occurs to be limited by the capacity of 1.4 megabytes (MB from now on). Memory cards do not have so many limits. Indeed, the ability of them can start in the 4 MB to several GBs (Gigabytes: 1 GB = 1024MB). So in this way we have a quick and simple way of storing large amounts of information, which in our case will be pictures in the best resolution and, consequently, larger size.

We could compare cards with photo of machines 35 mm rolls, and that exhaust the available space, we can introduce a new card and continue our work. Should be noted that these memories can be re – write, i.e. once we took photos and got them to a computer or print them, them we can erase and reuse. Some machines very cheap (little seen in our market) have fixed memories, i.e. not interchangeable. The great one against is that there is no way to expand the capacity, so I don’t recommend buying a model. Returning to the memory cards, we have several of them available. The most widespread are the Secure Digital (SD), Compact Flash (CS), Memory Stick (MS), although there are also other models such as the XD Flash and SmartMedia. Below we will present some characteristics of each of them:-Compact Flash: this is the format most commonly used in digital cameras, but is also used for other types of devices.

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