Transcend has announced the launch of its CFast 2.0 CFX650 memory cards, which it claims offer the fastest transfer speeds on the market.
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In this jargon-free guide we’ll explain everything you need to know about choosing and using all the different types of memory cards for cameras.
There are a number of things you need to consider when purchasing a memory card, and in our latest layman’s guide to fundamental gear we answer some of the common questions about speed, capacity and more.
From now until 18 February 2014 you can claim up to £50 cash-back on purchases of SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC and CompactFlash cards from select retailers across the UK.
Memory cards are often an after-thought for many photographers, but pick the right memory card for your needs and you can vastly improve your workflow. We tested 9 of the best memory cards for cameras currently on the market to see which came out on top.
What are the best memory cards on the market? We compare six Compact Flash and SDHC cards to find out which one offers the best combination of storage, speed and value for money.
Which memory cards can you use in your Canon DSLRs? Download our Canon memory card compatibility chart and find out!
Olympus has launched a new range of SDHC cards to complement the new Olympus OM-D.
The cards, which have been designed for use by those who miss the “authenticity” of using film, will be available in either black and white or colour variations. Anybody purchasing the black and white variation will be limited to shooting in monochrome.