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Secure digital (SD) cards started out as a wonderfully simple Flash storage format, and quickly replaced CompactFlash, MMC and other types of card. But as usage grew, people began to need different speeds and sizes. The result is the chaos we enjoy today. For standard applications like single-shot compact cameras, it doesn't matter which class of SD card you buy, as long as it's compatible. Storing a 500K to 2MB file is not hard. However, if you want to shoot a rapid sequence of photos, the card has to be fast enough to keep up. If you want to shoot...
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