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  1. benhasajeep

    benhasajeep No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Raw files from the big sensor cameras are 50-90mb each!

    I still have a 8MB Nikon CF card that came with my first Coolpix some 20 years ago! My most recent purchase was for a 128gb XQD card. I remember buying a 256mb CF card for it at a Compusa store. It was like $60 then I think. And that was a big card then. :aiwebs_016:


     
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    SoulfulRecover Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I guess I either don't shoot enough or I don't have a new enough camera haha
     
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    I just bought a 256GB card for the new camera. It replaced the old 32GB one that the camera said was too slow for 4K video.


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    Class 10 should be sufficient for 4K video.
    Nikon recommends class 6 memory cards as a minimum for video.
    XQD card write speeds of 45 MB/s (300x) should suffice.

    I shoot 4K video to class 10, 98 MB/s (653x), 32 GB UHS-1 micro SDHC cards.
    I have 4 of the 32 GB micro cards & 2 micro to SD card adapters.
     
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