Sony Batteries

There are two versions: type I and type II. The Compact Flash type I have a maximum capacity of 256 MB while the type II reach several GB capacities. This type of card is not only the most widely used, but which also has more support by different manufacturers. It is used by Canon, Nikon, Casio, Minolta and HP among others. IBM has a model called Microdrive, which has the same format of a Compact Flash but can store more than 1 GB of information and internally as a rigid MiniDisc. -Smartmedia: they are very similar to the Compact Flash even though they are not as widely supported and are thinner. Manufacturers such as Olympus and Fuji use this type of memories, but new models to ply them with XD Flash memory, which will be the replacement of the Smartmedia. Currently there are no new models that use this type of memories.

-XD Flash: They are very small and have very fast access (read/write) speeds. Most of the new models from Olympus and Fuji use them. -Memory Stick: Sony exclusive memories are. The great advantage they have is that they can be used in all Sony products. The big disadvantage is that they can only be used in Sony products. -Secure Digital (SD): these cards have the possibility of blocking data by preventing it from erasing data accidentally. Used widely in most of the models of the major brands.

In In conclusion, when choosing we have to take into account the price of these cards (if you want to buy additional memory from which comes factory) as well as the size according to the use that we will give you. For example, if you intend to go travelling and not have connection with a computer, it is convenient to buy large capacity cards. While if it has access to a PC to download photos and burn them to a CD or some other storage device, you can erase the card and continue the rest of the trip. The power of the camera batteries is very important. In the middle of a session, a party, or a trip we had without battery and we could not continue taking photos like none of us. Or without battery or batteries, the camera is not more than an annoying and useless accessory. Digital cameras consume lots of energy (especially when the flash is used!) and likewise to continuously use the LCD screen) by alkaline batteries do not serve for these. It is by What is recommended in the case of AA, rechargeable batteries NiMH (Nickel-Metal Hybride) batteries and a good charger. A big advantage that have this type of battery is that they are lower cost than proprietary batteries and that, if at some point we ran out of batteries, we can buy AA batteries into almost any trade. In the case of cameras that use proprietary batteries. These can be either NiMH or Lithium ion (Li-Ion). This type of batteries are usually more compact, and I recommend buying an additional as I backup if it is not going to have access to a plug in order to recharge the main battery for an extended period of use. Cameras that use this type of batteries, generally include them factory. The cost of purchasing additional batteries of this type is greater than the batteries.



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