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    Livy's Avatar Simpleton
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    i'm currently going to be getting a digital camera and i was wondering if the speed of the card matters or is it the camera that determines the speed of transfers tot he card?

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    Smith's Avatar Since 1989.. BT Rep: +1
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    Bigger the better

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    yeah, im going for a 1GB card, but i was just wondering if a faster card would actually work faster in my camera than a normal speed card,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livy
    yeah, im going for a 1GB card, but i was just wondering if a faster card would actually work faster in my camera than a normal speed card,
    It will work alot faster then a standard. Id recommend a Sandisk Ultra II.

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    The speed at which a digital camera takes multiple pictures is more reliant upon the circuitry design(i.e. "shutter speed").

    A little research of reviews should yield the answers you're looking for [if that's what you're talking about].

    But, download speeds of pictures to your computer do vary depending on the brand/type of memory card used as well as the connection type used(i.e. USB, Firewire, etc.)

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