'Consider upgrading memory cards' says camera expert 5 April 2011 17:22:38
Digital camera users have been advised by an expert to consider upgrading their memory cards as they get ready for spring.
Writing on the CNET.com Crave blog, the news provider's associate editor and former professional photographer Matthew Fitzgerald says that most people take the majority of their photos in the spring and summer.
So with the weather beginning to warm up, he offers readers a number of tips on how to get their camera’s ready.
This includes downloading files from memory cards to a computer or other storage device to make room for new photos.
"After downloading the media, it's a good idea to reformat the memory card, so you have a freshly formatted, empty card to capture all of your upcoming spring and summer photos," he said.
"As memory card prices consistently drop, while capacities increase, you might also consider upgrading your memory card for not much money."
This week, Nikon unveiled a new DSLR camera called the D5100.
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