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Just a side note: slowness during making night shots may be due to noise reduction... The data transfer speed is easy to calculate. Take a picture of your choice (e.g. RAW with 12-bit, uncompressed - just an example), and see the file size of that. (Or average the sizes of the pictures you have made - or find the worst case size.) Now, when you make ...


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There are two speeds and it is critical that you separate them: The read speed affects how fast images can be transferred from the memory card. It is mostly relevant to get images into your computer and a little for reviewing images. It has no effect on shooting speed. The write speed is how fast can data be stored on the card. This is the limiting factor ...


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Most cameras have an internal buffer they write the pictures to first. From there, the images are written out to the (much slower) memory card. So, if you take pictures at maximum speed, your buffer will be full after some time (My Canon EOS 60D can make about 50 JPEGs or 12 RAW images until the buffer is full). After that, I have to wait until at least ...



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