Right place for this? Figured since it is digital related, but not exactly photography related but yet it is.... Why does everyone seem to like CF cards better than SD cards? I often see comments such as "....but it uses SD and not a CF card...." or similar pop up now and then. I have read things about people having problems with bent pins on CF cards before. I have only SD cards as I have a superzoom and most use SD. What is it about SD that is undesirable? Is it just the fact that the higher you go in camera bodies, the less available SD is so that you would have to replace in the future? Or is there a definite difference between the 2 cards? I would think the "you would need to replace with CF later" would not be an issue as cameras get more and more advanced and file sizes climb anyways. I actually do have an old camera that I forgot about that uses CF cards. I have a handful of CF cards laying in a drawer at home that would be useless because you would only be able to fit maybe 2 shots on them if RAW (they would even be nearly useless with my 7mp JPEG only camera holding only a handful of shots.) Thus my thoughts are, it doesn't matter because when you do upgrade to a body that only uses CF, you would need to buy larger quantity card anyways, thus you would replace the SD with CF or replace the inadaquate size CF with a larger capacity that would be needed.