If you've been a digital photographer from the early days, you can doubtless remember when the once-mighty CompactFlash card came to dominate the digital camera market. Those were good times indeed for the format, which had a big advantage over its main rival — the Secure Digital card — in terms of capacity. Today, a new flash card reminds us of the way things once were.

Those heady days of CF dominance are gone, though, and for good reason. Chances are that your camera uses SD cards these days, as most do. Relatively few cameras — predominantly pro…

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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