What memory card to use

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  1. k9sniper

    k9sniper TPF Noob!

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    What would be the best memory card to use . The camera is the A 35 . Thanks for any info


     
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    Rwsphotos No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    That would depend on what format card your Camera takes. I shall leave the technical aspect of this questions to those who know better like pixmedic and and our other long time members. ;)
     
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    pixmedic The Mustached Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    unless you are burst shooting and running up your buffer, its really not that big of a deal what card you use.
    I got a bunch of sandisk pro class 10 cards (30mb/s) and a couple of the UC-1 sandisk cards (45 mb/s)
    in 8-16 gig varieties. probably way overkill for the 2-3 consecutive shots I might take at any given time.
    the regular class 10 cards are so cheap right now i don't see much point in going any slower than that, but unless you are burst shooting, i doubt you would see any difference between the class 4 and the class 10 cards unless maybe you were using a D800 in 14 bit RAW pushing out 50 meg files.
    my D7100 does around 25 MB raw files and i cant shoot fast enough that my regular class 10 cards cant keep up.
     
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    As pixmedic said, buy only buy Samsung flash memory, as it`s the most reliable and is very durable.

    John.
     

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