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Are you using the right SD card?

Are you using the right SD card?

By 17 August 2012

SD, SDHC, SDXC and all their micro equivalents - whether you buy them branded by Jessops, SanDisk, Kingston, Trascend, Fujifilm, Lexar, Samsung; they’re all basically the same, right? Wrong, but you knew that. What you might not have been so clear about... >>

Samsung announces ultra speedy 24MB/s memory cards

Samsung announces ultra speedy 24MB/s memory cards

By 20 July 2011

Samsung has unleashed a set of lighting quick SDHC/SD and MicroSDHC/SD memory cards designed specifically with mobile phones in mind. The cards come in two forms, either 'essential' or 'plus', the later offering a best in class 21MB/s read time. The plus... >>

Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available

Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available

By 17 January 2011

Lexar made big waves over in Vegas at CES 2011, with its 128GB SDXC memory cards, but if your camera isn't SDXC compatible, or speed is your major concern when it comes to digital storage then you might be interested to hear that Kingston Digital has... >>

INTERVIEW: Eye-Fi View online photo service hits the web

INTERVIEW: Eye-Fi View online photo service hits the web

By 28 October 2010

From the shores of the United Kingdom we’ve watched the unique concept that is the Eye-Fi wireless memory card in its steady and irresistible spread through the lives of photographers everywhere. The Internet and the digital age has been a revolution... >>

Eye-Fi X2 comes to the UK

Eye-Fi X2 comes to the UK

By 24 March 2010

Wireless memory card manufacturer Eye-Fi has announced that its X2 family of cards - launched at CES - will be coming to the UK. The Eye-Fi Pro X2, Eye-Fi Connect X2, and Eye-Fi Explore X2 will all be available from the end of April. The Eye-Fi Connect... >>

Giant SD card holds just 60 photos

Giant SD card holds just 60 photos

By 18 February 2010

If you're running out of space on your memory cards for your camera, you might be thinking about buying another. Prices are falling all the time, and now you can pick up 16GB for around £20. This SD card, however, only holds the equivalent of about 256MB... >>

Eye-Fi launches bigger faster, 8GB Pro X2 SD card

Eye-Fi launches bigger faster, 8GB Pro X2 SD card

By 8 January 2010

The world's favourite Wi-Fi SD card maker has taken another step closer to photographers' hearts at CES with the launch the 8GB Eye-Fi Pro X2. The card sees a doubling of the previous top storage capacity plus the addition of the X2 engine, which increases... >>

PNY boosts netbook storage

PNY boosts netbook storage

By 29 October 2008

PNY is claiming to be the first company to have designed a range of memory cards specifically for slotting into netbooks. The SDHC NetBook Memory Card is promised to be able to double the storage on your netbook, or even more. The card is available in... >>

Budget HD camcorder launched by DXG

Budget HD camcorder launched by DXG

By 29 April 2008

DXG has unveiled what is being mooted as one of the cheapest HD-capable camcorders on the market. The DXG-569V delivers a full-speed, 720p (1280 x 720) movies. But, explains Electronista, it also lets users edit videos in other video editing packages... >>

Transcend delivers 16GB memory card

Transcend delivers 16GB memory card

By 10 December 2007

Dutch manufacturer Transcend has added a 16GB memory card to its line-up of SecureDigital High Capacity (SDHC) devices. The Class 6 card is the largest capacity card to date from the Rotterdam-based manufacturer. It offers a guaranteed minimum writing... >>