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Memory Card tips
Jack McCoy, Photographer
Baldwin | NY | USA | Posted: 10:40 AM on 12.07.16
->> Fellow friend and photographer sent me this regarding a blog he saw by Jeff Cable Photography. Thought it might be helpful and informative to at least one member out there.
http://blog.jeffcable.com/2016/12/why-you-should-not-delete-images-on.html?...
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Bradley Leeb, Photographer
Champaign | IL | USA | Posted: 1:08 PM on 12.07.16
->> Some useful info, but I was a little surprised about the comments concerning putting cards into a case of some sort. A few years ago I had a CF card that was dented and I thought nothing of it until I had a strange error code on my camera. It would not take any photos while that card was in the camera. I looked the code up in the message boards here on SS and found that sometimes when that code appeared, the motherboard of the body soon after fried and to never use a card in a body that resulted in that error code. Needless to say, that card was never used again and I started to make sure I always had them protected in some form at all times.
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