Sandisk now have a 12 and a 16 gb card! presumably we will be doing away with hard disks soon, just a few 16 gb cards & a blue ray DVD burner?
Do as you will but harm no one.The more you learn....the more you learn there is more to learn.Technique is always subservient to image content
jeez imagine losing a full wedding and then some when ur 16 gig card crashes gulp.
until the larger cards overcome corruption, I have more trouble with the 2gb cards than my 1gb with the odd image being corrupt so I wouldnt personally have anything above 2gb, 16gb is a lot of images to lose
Yup, I only ever used 1gb cards in the d70S, and bought a few 2gb and a 4gb for the D200.
Again. my worry is if the card goes belly up - then I haven't lost a whole shoot.
If you do lose any photos for what ever reason try this piece of software. If you use it straight away you can recover up to 98% of the pics if there are a lot of them. http://www.photosrecovery.com/ It saved my a** last year when my main hard drive crashed b just before I was going to save them on DVD! Known in the family as Richards law! There are a number of varients, you know what I mean!
I would be too scared to load all of my eggs in one basket...it would be so my luck that I'd actually lose the card with all the shots from a wedding on it...
I use PC Inspector, and I used it on Saturday after a shoot, it only stored half of the pic's using the canon software, so I used the software to download the rest, only lost 2 pic's out of 89, told me where the error was on the card too.
Going out to buy a new 1GB card.
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