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Strength &Technique 
in Digital 
Photography
STORAGE 
DEVICES
Types of 
storage devises
CF Card 
: was developed by SanDisk Corp 
and these cards are about the size 
of a matchbook. 
: offer very high storage 
...
SD Card 
: smaller than CF cards and are 
used in over half of current 
camera models.
MM Card (MMC) 
: cards are even smaller cards 
used in a few pocket cameras
Memory Stick 
: a proprietary format from Sony 
Corporation, is shaped something 
like a stick of gum. These cards 
are us...
Hard Drives 
: such as Hitachi's Microdrive and 
Sony's Compactvault are high speed, 
high capacity hard disk drives. Thes...
One-time Used Flash Cards 
: have been introduced with the idea 
that flash memory is so inexpensive 
you can leave your p...
• When you have more than one 
card, a case protects your spares.
Week 3   dslr strength technique
Week 3   dslr strength technique
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Week 3 dslr strength technique

  1. 1. Strength &Technique in Digital Photography
  2. 2. STORAGE DEVICES
  3. 3. Types of storage devises
  4. 4. CF Card : was developed by SanDisk Corp and these cards are about the size of a matchbook. : offer very high storage capacities and fast processing times :suitable for video recording
  5. 5. SD Card : smaller than CF cards and are used in over half of current camera models.
  6. 6. MM Card (MMC) : cards are even smaller cards used in a few pocket cameras
  7. 7. Memory Stick : a proprietary format from Sony Corporation, is shaped something like a stick of gum. These cards are used only in Sony products
  8. 8. Hard Drives : such as Hitachi's Microdrive and Sony's Compactvault are high speed, high capacity hard disk drives. These drives are so small they can be plugged into a Type II CompactFlash slot on a digital camera or flash card reader. (Type I CompactFlash slots are thinner).
  9. 9. One-time Used Flash Cards : have been introduced with the idea that flash memory is so inexpensive you can leave your photos on a card instead of copying then to a computer. This is not recommended for serious photographers.
  10. 10. • When you have more than one card, a case protects your spares.

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