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Digital cameras', MP3 players, mobile telephones, digital videos have something in common. This equipment stores data on the internal memory or an external memory card. The digital images made by a digital camera are usually stored directly on a memory card. Most manufacturers prefer a certain type of memory card which is the reason why there is no standard in using one memory card. The digital images made by a digital camera can be stored in two ways: on the internal memory or on
a external changeable memory. Manufacturers use various memory cards or other storage media and sometimes they use a combination of storage media.
The advantage of using an external storage medium is that it can be taken out of the digital camera and transported without loosing the information that's on it.
Nowadays there are printers with a build-in memory slot, to make it possible to insert the memory card directly into the printer to print the images without interference of a computer. Below you'll find an overview of the most frequently used storage media.

SanDisk memory cards for Nintendo Switch game system
Samsung T5 portable solid state drive
Western Digital 3D NAND Technology
Delkin UHS-II rugged memory cards
Samsung memory cards for electronic devices
Solid State Drives with 64-Layer 3D NAND technology
256GB SanDisk Ultra microSD memory card
SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive
Kingston 2TB flash drive with USB 3.0 performance
Kingston microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I memory cards
Kingston USB 3.0 encrypted USB flash memory drives
SanDisk 256GB waterproof microSD memory cards
SanDisk 1 Terabyte SDXC memory card
Samsung removable flash memory cards
Sandisk iXpand for Apple smartphones and tablets
Those of you who are looking for a line of budget-priced flash memory cards just to have something to store on, can look for the Shoot & Store concept. The cards, which are rewritable and function just like standard cards, are offered in capacities of 32 megabytes (MB), which holds up to 50 photos, and 64MB, which holds up to 100 photos, when used at a resolution setting of 1 megapixel. Shoot & Store is aimed at consumers who want the convenience of leaving their flash cards with professional photo finishers, as they were accustomed to doing with traditional analog film, or for those who don't have time or the intension to download their images to a computer or burn them to a disk. The line is available in four formats: CompactFlash, Secure Digital, Memory Stick PRO and xD-Picture Card.
This type of memory card is a frequently used storage medium for digital cameras; as well as for PDA's (Personal Digital Assistant), MP3 players etc. The Compact Flash memory card has been designed by SanDisk and appears in two versions, type I and type II. Type I has a thickness of approx. 3 mm and can be used in every Compact Flash memory slot. Type II CompactFlash memory cards have a thickness of 5 mm and can only be used in memory slots that support this size. The CompactFlash type I memory card weighs only 15 grams and is available in 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 MB and in 1, 2 and 4 GB storage capacity.
This type of memory card is a faster version of the standard CompactFlash memory card. The Ultra CompactFlash memory card is mainly meant for those who demand more rapidity and more reliability while taking their digital images. The rapidity of reading and writing of the data (transfer rate) on this version is up until 2.8 MB per second. Extreme weather circumstances do not influence the performance of the Ultra CompactFlash memory card. The card is only available in type I and has a storage capacity of 128, 256, 512 MB and 1GB.
For the demanding amateur or professional photographer a fast memory card is a must, because speed in combination with high resolution images play an important role for these photographers. At this moment the highest speed possible is 9MB per second for writing and 10MB per second for reading. The Ultra II CompactFlash memory card is meant for the professional digital camera at which high resolution and the amount of images per second in high resolution play a big role. The developments in the world of digital imaging continue. High resolution at the still images as well as moving images, faster series of images of 8 shots per second do require the maximum of a digital camera, but also of the storage medium. The Ultra II memory cards are available in three different capacities: 256, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB.
For those of you who demand the fastest card available, because as a professional you need high speed in combination with reliability, the Extreme III CompactFlash card plays an important role. At this moment the highest speed possible is 20MB per second for reading and writing. The Extreme III CompactFlash card, which range in capacity between one and four gigabytes (GB), have essentially double the performance speeds of predecessor Extreme product line which currently has the fastest working cards in many of today's leading digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras. The Extreme III CompactFlash cards are targeted primarily at advanced and professional photographers who require high-performance flash memory storage cards for new high-end digital cameras. The Extreme III CompactFlash cards are available in 1, 2 and 4GB capacities.
Better known by the name of SanDisk Connect; SanDisk developed a combination of CompactFlash memory and wireless communication. This combined memory card makes it possible for users of a notebook and PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) to send and receive all data fast and wireless. The Wi-Fi CompactFlash memory card is being inserted in a notebook via a PC Card adapter. The wireless communication (Wi-Fi) takes place with a maximum speed of 11 Mbps. The Wi-Fi CompactFlash is available with a storage capacity of 128 MB.
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