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Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Nov 4, 2009, 10:59 AM
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Posted By JimC
For example, here's a Class 6 Transcend SDHC card...

For example, here's a Class 6 Transcend SDHC card with a lifetime warranty for $36.49 with free shipping:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820208410

That's only a 2 dollars...
Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Nov 4, 2009, 10:55 AM
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Posted By JimC
You will find that to be the case with many...

You will find that to be the case with many cameras (i.e., the camera may be the bottleneck versus the speed of the card). So, you may not see any benefit from a faster card with some cameras.
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Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Oct 28, 2009, 8:56 AM
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Posted By JimC
My bad. I missed the "all but" part of the first...

My bad. I missed the "all but" part of the first sentence. :-)

For size/weight purposes, it makes more sense to use smaller cards in smaller bodies (especially since many users moving up from a...
Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Oct 28, 2009, 8:49 AM
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Posted By JimC
Those aren't "top of the line" cameras. ;-) ...

Those aren't "top of the line" cameras. ;-)

The new Sony A850 uses both Memory Stick Pro Duo and CompactFlash (with support for fast UDMA CF cards). Ditto for the A700 and A900.

The new Canon...
Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Oct 27, 2009, 11:21 AM
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Posted By JimC
You can use newer file systems like exFAT on a...

You can use newer file systems like exFAT on a Compactflash card (as well as a number of other file systems that could get around the limitations of FAT32 if manufacturers go with something else at...
Forum: Memory Cards, Microdrives, Card Readers Oct 26, 2009, 2:11 PM
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Posted By JimC
One of the problems we're seeing now is that...

One of the problems we're seeing now is that FAT32 is very limiting in areas like maximum file size, number of directory entries and more. For example, there is no way that I could personally use...
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