Shadowy Daisy

Shadowy Daisy
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First, it depends on the camera you want to buy because the sd speed is related to the sd slot. The same you have to do with your pc, because some PCs have sd reader on USB 2.0, with a max speed of 50 MBps. I suggest a Lexar Professional 1000x 16 GB card, it will satisfy all of your needs.


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I found a similar question already answered about memory cards for the same type of camera (Canon 500D): What type and capacity of memory card is supported by Canon 500D? One thing I would suggest is, if you plan to get for example one 32GB card - get two 16GB cards instead. Memory cards are usualy reliable but when you are out shooting it is better to have ...


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First off, welcome to the club! Let me get to my answer and than I'll back up my belief on why. What SD card to buy? The card with the largest amount of MB's per second (MB/s). The "read and write" speed is the most important factor in my book! Why? We like to be able to capture, store data quickly to be ready for the next image. Also being able to ...


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Each camera has a specific folder (and naming convention) for its files. You have to put them exactly there, and with their original names, not anywhere else. Just shoot any picture now, and check where in the file structure on the card it ends up, so you know the proper place (and naming, in case you changed file names).


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Try formatting the card in their camera and taking one shot. Then put the card back to the computer and copy the images to the same folder as the one image taken with the camera. Make sure that You copy only unedited pictures shot by that camera and that there are no other extra files.



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