12-06-2014 10:25 PM
This is my first camera,period,the retailer said it came with a meimory card which it didn't ,I live in a remote rural area and don't have a clue as to where or what size memory card to order,need some help,thanks.
12-06-2014 10:57 PM
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12-07-2014 07:06 AM
John,thanks,now like I said I'm 66 a rancher and this is my first camera ever,what brand card is preferred or a good one at least and what size,I'm clueless.Most of the stuff I get is off of ebay because I'm so far out in the middle of no where,thanks again.
12-07-2014 08:29 AM
12-07-2014 09:14 AM
your very welcome...I usually buy SanDisk cards like that other member said and I've not had any problems with them. SanDisk also has good support on their website you can go there for information on the different types of read and write speeds. I dont worry so much about the speeds for use in a camera. I have a few different sizes from 8 gb, 16 gb 32 gb and 64 gb. I would suggest not going smaller than 16 gb if your only going to get one.
I use my 64gb card mostly but keep in mind it holds a lot of pictures which is good but it's easy to lose track of all the pictures on the larger cards. But there are ways around that like creating folders on the card, sorting by date etc.
The 8gb cards are good becuase they fill up faster and force me to go through the pictures more frequently and delete the not so good shots and save the rest on my computer in folders or send some out to be printed.If you get the smaller 8gb get more and carry more than one.
12-07-2014 11:05 AM
Thank you both,will order the cards and go from there,this forum deal is really neat,my first go at one,I'm not a tech person at all,just an old man with a ranch and alot of time on his hands,thought maybe I would learn to take some wildlife photos,thanks again.
12-07-2014 04:12 PM
It sounds like your in a really good setting to take wildlife pictures and now you have an excellent camera to do that with.
There are lots of helpful folks on here to help you with any questions you may have...none are to silly so dont hesitate.
Its a powerful camera do not let it overwhelm you. There are some good video lessons on you tube for that camera too that really help to cut through the technical stuff.
Your welcome !