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ProGrade Digital CFast™ 2.0 Recognized by Industry Peers as “Best Memory Card” at the 2018 Lucie Technical Awards
4th Annual Lucie Technology Technical Awards Winners Celebrated October 25, 2018 (New York, NY) - The fourth annual Lucie Technical Awards, an initiative of the Lucie Foundation, announced the 2018 winners, during the PhotoPlus Conference + Expo, photoplusexpo.com, at...read more
ProGrade Digital Announces New Line Of Professional Grade microSDXC™ UHS-II, V60 Memory Cards, Plus Two Additional USB 3.1, Gen. 2 Dual-Slot Workflow Readers
ProGrade Digital announces professional grade microSDXC™ UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V60 memory cards, which deliver maximum read speed of up to 200MB/s and maximum write speed of up to 80MB/s. Company also adds to its family of dual-slot USB 3.1, Gen. 2 workflow readers by introducing microSD™ Dual-Slot Card Reader, plus CompactFlash™ & SD™ Dual-Slot Card Reader. Both offer data transfer rates of up to 10Gb/s (1.25GB/s).read more
WRC pushes the extremes of man and machine to the limit. Whatever the conditions—glorious or treacherous—the show must go on. I photograph this sport in the blistering sun, dust clouds, thunderstorms, gale force winds, fog, plus snow and ice. My job is to get the shots, then deliver as quickly as I can.read more
Secure Digital (SD) Card Breakdown
If you have an SD card that’s an SDXC UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V90, what do you really have? Let’s break down the ratings and descriptions.
The need to format a memory card within a camera is advice that’s often passed around in the worlds of photography and video. But when asked, very few can explain why it is important. So, this need is just a myth, right? Well no, not exactly. It’s real, but it’s one of those things that’s never really a problem until it becomes a problem.read more
Best Practices For Digital Memory Cards, Part 1
You are on a shoot and realize your memory cards are getting close to full. The event has a few more hours to go. You did not bring backup cards. What can you do—start freeing up space by deleting files in-camera? It turns out this practice could be very bad for the memory card’s health…
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