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Old Apr 22, 2005, 4:19 AM   #11
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An interesting question. Is someone has notice a difference on RAW capture between an high speed and a non-high speed memory card ?

Otherwize, i'm very interested by all that could reduce the slowness of the raw captures.




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Old Apr 22, 2005, 10:08 AM   #12
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Although I haven't actually compared the 2 different speed sticks, I can't imagine the capture speed would be improved all that dramatically. You might gain an extra second here and there.I've taken bracketed shots, sports action shots,multi burst shots...nearly every shot imagineable with the V3and have never had a capture speed issue or missed a shot with the pro stick. I still think the main advantage of high speed cards is in video capture. I can't imagine any situation where the highest speed card is absolutely necessary.
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