4GB CompactFlash Card From Lexar
Highest Capacity But Watch Out For FAT 32
As digital SLR and 5-plus
megapixel digicams have proliferated so has the need for higher capacity
memory cards. Having even a 64MB card seems insufficient these days,
especially with so many people choosing TIFF or raw image file formats
as their mode of choice. Enter the new 4GB CompactFlash card from Lexar,
now the largest card available in this or any other memory card format.
At 4GB you needn't worry about running out of card space when
shooting even the biggest events, even when shooting with the largest
file size producing image file formats. That means that one card might
do the trick for a wedding, a sports event, or even breaking news...or
that two week trip taken by even the most avid digital photo fan.
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