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A digital camera is a great tool for spending creative quality time. This video explains where photos are stored in a digital ...
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The Role of a Digital Camera Memory Card
Let’s discuss where the images are recorded. Now everybody recognizes this. This is a roll of film. We’ve been using film since the very beginning of photography. However recently, we have digital photography which is the subject of this DVD. In some years very soon this is going to be a museum piece. Film will be extinct. What we have here now is what’s called the memory card. This is where the images are recorded of your family, your friends, your vacation. Everything is stored on here.
Now when picking up a memory card you must be very careful. Hold it at the edges. This will shift into your camera, there’s a receptacle in your camera. Now once you’ve taken your pictures you can do one or two things. Some of us have computers. The camera can be downloaded the images into your computer or if you only have a printer, this goes into your printer and it will correspond to this. You will be able to print your pictures. If you don’t have a printer or you don’t have a computer you can take this memory card to your camera shop, your local pharmacy or supermarket and they will produce the pictures for you from this.
Now you can either keep the images on here or once you’re finished and your images are on a disk you can delete this image and you could use this basically forever. As a professional on my camera, I have kept this card in here for the past two years. I simply delete my images. I have not used film in two years. I have not used a darkroom in two years. This is so simple and so accessible to both the amateur and the professional. Soon these will all that will be available to us. Get to know this. This is called the memory card.