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berk Registered since 16th Sep 2012Sun 16-Sep-12 06:24 PM
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Sun 16-Sep-12 06:43 PM by berk



If you go only for a weekend 2x 16gb SanDisc class 10 should be OK in terms of amount of data and speed even if you are into bird & wildlife photography where you are likely to take a lot of shots (Jpg Large Fine, Raw). As poster Rocky already mentioned you don’t have to use both slots but I always use both where second card serves as a backup. I would go for at least one 32gb card though – the price difference is not that huge and it may come handy especially if you go for more days trip.

I also wouldn’t go out without a spare battery as I think you are likely to run out of battery power sooner than of a space on your memory cards.

Best regards,



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