The Transcend RDF9 is a basic USB 3.1/3.0 memory card reader with slots for CF, SD and microSD cards. These are the memory cards I use on a daily basis – and I think that’s probably true for most photographers. [Read more…]
Files sizes continue to grow larger but, thanks to memory card makers, there are bigger and bigger cards to handle our growing media demands. SanDisk’s news from Photokina 2016 provides us with a case in point.
SanDisk unveiled a new 1TB capacity SDXC card that’s in development. There’s no release date or price pinned on it yet. However, you can already buy a SanDisk 512GB SDXC card for $300, so it can’t be too far off — with an initial price over $600 I’m sure…
B&H has the SanDisk 128GB Ultra UHS-I SDXC card for $44.54. As a UHS-I Class 10 card, this will work well for HD video capture and that high storage capacity will store a ton of compressed HD footage that most camcorders and DSLRs capture. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
You can learn more about SD cards and what the specifications mean in Demystifying SD Cards.