Speed Memory Card

Speed Memory Card
curious Memory Card High speed?

I have a Compact Flash 4 GB for my camera and wondered what the # # x speed really meant … I've seen the cards that say "High speed (80x) Compact Flash Card," and others who say "high speed (12x) Card Compact Flash! "And I was just curious to know if 12 is actually considered high-speed … do not think, what makes me sad, because that is what my card is haha. It came with the camera however, and 4 GB is a lot, so I guess I can not complain too much! It seems to take some time to image quality I've been taking less, which is unfortunate. Is that high # # x is really going to make a difference large enough to drop $ 100 or more on another memory card? (In the future, I have no money now …) But I guess that helps me to buy one could sell what I have now …

The benchmark index of 1X is a transfer rate 150 KB per second. I have not found a card that was at least 4 times (600 KB per second) and 12X (1.8 MB per second) is now a common speed with no label card. Compared with 4X, 12X, may still be called "high speed" by some manufacturers. 40X is also a common "high speed" card and the transfer rate would be 6 MB per second. That's not too bad for most applications. Sandisk Ultra II claims a minimum write speed 60X or 9 MB per second and a read speed of at least 66X or 10 MB per second. Sandisk Extreme Iii calls for a minimum write and read speed of 133x or 20 MB per second. higher 6 megapixel camera in a D50 (for example) seem to be about 3 MB, so it looks like an Ultra II can save images from three high data per second, while Extreme III that could save six high data images per second. The D50 offers continuous mode up to 2.5 frames per second, so it may be gaining some 8 MB of data per second. If you do not have at least Ultra II or equivalent, it is easy to see how the D50 gets stuck sometimes. Once the memory buffer is full, no can store images faster than the card can save them and the camera stops taking pictures until the buffer space available in memory. This means which is limited by the size of the memory buffer and write speed of the card. Unless you use continuous shooting mode ("motor unit") write speed should not become a factor. Unless you throw an amazing number of camera images on a high pixel count (like 10 MP) in higher resolution a larger size d, you may not need to spend much money on another 4 GB card, either. With a 10 MP camera's savings better image quality, you can save more than 160 images per GB typical. A 2 GB card, with more than 300. You can get a Sandisk 2GB Ultra II for $ Extreme III 65 or $ 85.

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SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB 95MB/s SDXC High Speed Memory Card w/ Case


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SanDisk Ultra 64GB 30MB/s SDXC High Speed Memory Card w/ Case


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