Almost everybody owns a camera these days, be it a point-and-shoot one, a bridge camera, a DSLR camera, or selfie camera. This device has nearly become an essential to everybody who wants to capture special moments with their family and friends. Filipinos are big on taking photos, due to the belief that not all events can happen again, especially for reunions and the like. For some, it is also worthwhile to spend for a decent camera memory that can store all these important stills.
Memory cards have long since replaced the camera film. These miniature chips store your pictures instantly which can be copied, transferred, posted, and printed. Most cameras that have video capability also need these cards to save the video for future viewing. Professional cameramen carry at least three spares of camera memory cards in case they run out of storage, and may need additional depending on the quality and quantity of the photos he and she take.
Selecting the most appropriate memory card for your camera often strongly depend on the settings of the device, the number of shots you plan on taking, and what type of camera you use. The type of memory primarily depends on how high quality you want your stills to look. A single A4-sized picture that is high resolution can take up hundreds of megabytes in space. Of course, more shots mean more storage. In this sense, the best camera card would usually be the one with a large capacity. However, not all types of SD cards are compatible with all types of cameras. Simple digicams still have caps on the maximum storage card it can allocate. Simply get to know your camera’s specs before choosing.