SD memory cards: The features and specifications to look for

When you go to purchase an SD memory card for your camera, you’re faced with a confusing collection of acronyms and jargon. Here’s a breakdown of what the symbols and terminology mean so you can order the right one for your camera and situation.


A card’s capacity is measured in gigabytes, such as 16GB or 64GB. You may be tempted

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