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Understanding Digital Cameras, Part III

By JASON BAILEY
Sun Advocate/Progress Webmaster


No digital camera is created equal. Each has its own set of features and limitations. However, within the realm of photography, digital cameras are far less uniform than traditional film equivalents, making the selection of a digital camera often very difficult. One of the most diverse attributes of digital cameras is the type of camera card (analogous to film) to use.

Very few cameras support more than one camera card type. Each type has its own set of features and capabilities, making the selection even more difficult.

There are several types of digital camera cards (often referred to as memory cards):


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