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Memory Cards

Memory cards are a type of permanent storage that is commonly used in portable electronic devices such as digital cameras, mobile phones and various handheld devices. This type of memory is available in different formats such as Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MicroSD and Secure Digital. USB memory-card readers are available to allow quick and easy access for reading and writing data to the memory card. Advancements in storage density means that these cards can be up to 512GB in size, which is perfect for the prosumer photographer who wants to shoot in RAW.

Standard MicroSD Memory Cards

MicroSD memory cards expand the file storage of mobile devices such as cameras and phones and other devices with a MicroSD slot.

These particular MicroSD cards are rated up to UHS-I Class 1 (U1), meaning they can write at up to 10MB/sec making them suitable for recording up to FullHD (1080p) video and high resolution photos.

Some cards even feature an Application Performance Class, making them ideal for use with devices such as tablets & smartphones. Cards labelled A1 provide a minimum of 1.5k Read & 0.5k Write IOPS, while A2 labelled cards push random performance even further with a minimum of 4k Read & 2k Write IOPS.

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Advanced MicroSD Memory Cards

MicroSD memory cards expand the file storage of mobile devices such as cameras and phones and other devices with a MicroSD slot.

These particular MicroSD cards are rated as up to UHS-I Class 3 (U3), meaning they can write at up to 30MB/sec making them suitable for recording 4K or FullHD (1080p) video at 60 - 120fps and high resolution photos. Some of these cards are also rated as V30 Video Speed, labelling them as being optimised for video recording.

Some cards even feature an Application Performance Class, making them ideal for use with devices such as tablets & smartphones. Cards labelled A1 provide a minimum of 1.5k Read & 0.5k Write IOPS, while A2 labelled cards push random performance even further with a minimum of 4k Read & 2k Write IOPS.

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