A camera without a battery is pretty much an expensive paperweight but what good is a camera and battery without a memory car. They’re small and inexpensive, yet they’re valuable pieces of equipment that we couldn’t go without. They come in different sizes and shapes but serve one major purpose: to store our data. Without proper care we can run into the dreaded “error 99” issue.
The following 3 minute clip gives us some general tips on how to properly handle memory cards. Most of the tips given are geared towards new photographers and is probably too simple for many of you, but you probably know someone who just picked up their first DSLR. Show them this blog post and we’re sure they’ll appreciate it.
So there you have it. Let us know what you learned from this video and if you have any other tips on how to properly maintain memory cards.
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