My D-SLR camera, Nikon D7000, still uses SDHC card. It has two card slots, and I fill each slot with SanDisk 16GB SDHC card which has maximum speed of up to 15MB/s. So now I have 32GB storage for my camera. Is that enough? It’s not, getting out of storage space are very common when I choose RAW file format. A 1 RAW file is about 20MB, it’s a very large file, isn’t it? I don’t use my camera for video recording very often, HD movie recording will eat my storage even faster. It’s true that digital media requires larger and larger storage, I can not imagine how 3D movie making like ‘AVATAR’ ate their camera storage? For personal use, maybe the SanDisk 128GB SDXC card could save the problem for a while, but I’m not sure for the future, I think you know it, right?
Ok let’s back to the new SanDisk Extreem 128GB SDXC Card. Boasting 45MB/s read and write speeds, the card carrying MSRPs of $d $399.99, wow I think it’s little bit pricey, it almost a half price of D7000 itself. But don’t worry, if it’s out of budget for you, SanDisk also offers the 64GB model with $199.99 price-tag. In case you want to know, the 45MB/s speed is backed by the new Ultra High Speed (UHS-I) architecture, this high speed enables photographers to capture sequences of high-resolution photos using their camera’s burst mode and then quickly transfer the files to a computer.
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