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Compact Flash

Compact Flash Cards are used mainly in the large SLR Digital Cameras.

They provide high speeds and are available in large capacities, but due to there large physical size they aren't popular in many other kinds of device. Secure Digital is seen as the universal memory cards for many different applications.

When choosing a Compact Flash card, make sure you know the maximum size your camera can work with. If you have used 32GB before, a 128GB card may not work. Also if another camera accepts 64GB for example, and yours is the same camera, it may still not work due to the firmware version of the camera. Camera manufacturers like Canon and Nikon release new firmware all the time, enabling new features, one of which is the ability to use larger cards. Check the maximum card size your camera can accept.

High speed cards are important for rapid picture taking, but cost more. Usually the faster the card the better. A camera has to have a fast interface to get the most out of a memory card. Warning, spending on a fast UDMA 7 card for example when your camera cannot suppot UDMA 7 will be a waste of money. The card will work, but not operate at its fast UDMA 7 speed.

Summary: Check the Max size (GB) and Max speed (UDMA) your camera can work with.

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