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Abandoned SD Card Labeled 'Homicide' Provides Road Map to Real Murder

A found SD card that was labeled “Homicide at midtown Marriott” and contained videos and photos depicting a brutal killing has led to an arrest for murder.Read more...
Tags: Murder, Science, Alaska, Marriott, Sd Card


Gnarbox 2.0 backup SSD is a photographer’s best friend in the field and at home

Working photographers, and enthusiasts who just love taking plenty of pictures, know that even the biggest SD cards can sometimes fill up, especially when you’re working with large file sizes, shooting both JPG and RAW, and shooting 4K video. The solution? A good mobile backup drive. There are a number of options out there that fit the bill, but the newly released Gnarbox 2.0 might be the best of them all, because it works like a miniature independent photo computer in addition to packing speedy...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, TC, Gadgets, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, Usb, Backup, Computing, Sony, Solid State Drive, Oled, Lightroom, Sd Card, Adobe Lightroom


A Piggy Bank for the currency of the information age!

Taking possibly the most iconic representation of ‘storage’ and turning it into a modern-day product that acts as a storage unit of sorts, the Ciao Piggy Bank by Riccardo Cambò is a piggy bank not for money, but rather for the currency of the information age… data.The Ciao Piggy Bank comes with a slot on the back that isn’t for banknotes and coins, but rather for SD cards. Place the card inside and the piggy bank, a wireless SSD, copies and stores all your data from the SD card without needing y...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Storage, Transfer, Data, Backup, Laptops, Product Design, Sd Card, Ciao, PIGGY BANK, Riccardo Cambò, Ciao Piggy Bank


Future SD cards could be as fast as an SSD — and hold more than your hard drive

The SD Association has announced two new card formats: SD Express is designed for top speeds, while the SD Ultra Capacity is designed to hold anywhere between 2 TB and 128 TB, which is enough to stash millions of photos. The post Future SD cards could be as fast as an SSD — and hold more than your hard drive appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Ssd, Sd Card, Tb, SD Association


IBM clamps down on leaks, bans workers from using external storage

A leaked advisory written by Chief Information Security Officer Shamla Naidoo says all employees and facilities will be banned from using external storage devices like flash drives and SD cards in the coming weeks. The post IBM clamps down on leaks, bans workers from using external storage appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Business, News, Trends, Computing, Ibm, External Storage, Sd Card, Flash Drives, Shamla Naidoo


Here is how to choose the best SD cards for your camera

Between the classes, ratings, and capacities, picking out the right SD card can be a challenge. Here are the most important specs, how to interpret the numbers, and how to avoid paying too much. The post Here is how to choose the best SD cards for your camera appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Camera, Sd, Memory Card, Buying Guides, Sd Card


SD cards will transfer data at more than 600MB per second, thanks to the UHS-III

The UHS-III will double transfer rates over today’s fastest UHS-II cards, offering a theoretical peak performance of 624MB per second. UHS-III cards will retain the same physical design and pin layout as the UHS-II. The post SD cards will transfer data at more than 600MB per second, thanks to the UHS-III appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Sd Card, SDXC, SD Association, UHS-II, UHS-III


SD cards will transfer data at more than 600MB per second, thanks to UHS-III

The UHS-III will double transfer rates over today’s fastest UHS-II cards, offering a theoretical peak performance of 624MB per second. UHS-III cards will retain the same physical design and pin layout as the UHS-II. The post SD cards will transfer data at more than 600MB per second, thanks to UHS-III appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Sd Card, SDXC, SD Association, UHS-II, UHS-III


Sony's new SD cards hit record 299MBps write speed

Sony has launched a new line of SD cards aimed at high-end photography and video professionals. Thanks to unique firmware, the cards push the limits of the UHS-II U3 specification to achieve read speeds of 300MB per second. The post Sony's new SD cards hit record 299MBps write speed appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Sony, 4k Video, Sd Card, SDXC, SF-G


Sony claims its new SF-G SD cards are the ‘world’s fastest’

Sony has launched a new line of SD cards aimed at high-end photography and video professionals. Thanks to unique firmware, the cards push the limits of the UHS-II U3 specification to achieve read speeds of 300MB per second. The post Sony claims its new SF-G SD cards are the ‘world’s fastest’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Sony, 4k Video, Sd Card, SDXC, SF-G


Sony shows off world’s fastest SD card with speeds up to 300MB per second

Sony has launched a new line of SD cards aimed at high-end photography and video professionals. Thanks to unique firmware, the cards push the limits of the UHS-II U3 specification to achieve read speeds of 300MB per second. The post Sony shows off world’s fastest SD card with speeds up to 300MB per second appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Sony, 4k Video, Sd Card, SDXC, SF-G


So long, SD card slot: What photographers need to know about the new MacBook Pro

The latest MacBook Pro is down to only four USB ports and a headphone jack -- but could the updated processor, better graphics, and touchscreen shortcuts still make it a good photographer's computer? The post So long, SD card slot: What photographers need to know about the new MacBook Pro appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Photography, Trends, Computing, Sd Card, Apple MacBook Pro, Photo Editor


New MacBook Pro ditches the SD card slot, but does it really matter for photogs?

The latest MacBook Pro is down to only four USB ports and a headphone jack -- but could the updated processor, better graphics, and touchscreen shortcuts still make it a good photographer's computer? The post New MacBook Pro ditches the SD card slot, but does it really matter for photogs? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Photography, Trends, Computing, Sd Card, Apple MacBook Pro, Photo Editor


Your Guide To Buying an SD Card – 7 Helpful Tips

Image by Recklessstudios   FREE BONUS DOWNLOAD : How about downloading our free  Camera Craft Cheat Sheet and ensure you understand your camera and its functions properly before heading out into the field. That way you know you’re prepared!  Download it here . Buying An SD Card They’re just SD cards, right? How hard can it be to buy one? As with many things in photography, the reality is not always as simple as it could be. Whilst buying an SD card is not like purcha...
Tags: Photography, Storage, Memory, Gear, Sandisk, Dslr, Jason, Sd Card, Lexar, SDXC, Rossana Ferreira, James Nash


This Interesting Little Device is an SD Card With Built-In Gyro Sensor

Deejay and I talked about this on the DSLR FILM NOOB podcast last Friday and it seems pretty cool. I was initially a bit confused but it dawned on me that they’re using an SD card and putting little chips on it with firmware and you’re inserting a micro-SD card as your memory. So this is an enhanced SD Adapter card. It has motion detecting circuits like your smartphone does. When using this SD card, it records all of your camera movements in a file stored on the microSD. You then need software ...
Tags: Photography, Video, Dslr, Vendors, Stabilization, Sd Card


This SD card stores and stabilizes your video footage

SD cards were originally developed as a smaller, more convenient means of storing data. Since then, the storage device has come a long way, with this latest one packing in the ability to not only store, but also stabilize video. The post This SD card stores and stabilizes your video footage appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Video, Trends, Memory Card, Stabilization, Sd Card


Eye-Fi reacts to feedback, won’t completely brick older memory cards

Eye-Fi has released a new utility to allow customers to continue to use its older Wi-Fi SD cards past the previously announced end-of-life date of September 16. The app is currently only available for Mac. The post Eye-Fi reacts to feedback, won’t completely brick older memory cards appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Wi-fi, Trends, Computing, Flash Memory, Memory Card, Eye-fi, Sd Card


Can SD card tech keep up with new DSLRs? Nikon is next to confirm a glitch

A week after Canon confirmed a card glitch, Nikon is releasing firmware as a temporary fix to an SD card error of its own. So why are the new DSLRs seeing errors? Both companies say the cards, not the cameras, are at fault. The post Can SD card tech keep up with new DSLRs? Nikon is next to confirm a glitch appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Nikon, Dslr, Canon, Firmware Update, Sd Card, Nikon D500


How to Get Started in DSLR Photography for Under $300

There is a common misconception that learning DSLR photography, and taking great shots, always requires gear that costs thousands and thousands of dollars. Yes, photography can get expensive. No smartphone will give you the control and quality that a DSLR can put out, nor the options. But it also doesn’t have to be particularly expensive. The big secret in the photography gear world is that for most situations even the lowest grade (entry level) DSLRs that are a couple of years old are still exc...
Tags: Cheap, Camera, Gear, Kingston, Nikon, Dslr, Guide, Vintage, Battery, Buying, Canon, Helios, Remote, Purchasing, Lens, Sd Card


4 Common Photography Myths Debunked

Photography is a huge part of life for a lot of people these days. So much so that a few bits of information swirling around the internet can really take on a life of their own when they may or may not be one hundred percent accurate or tell the whole truth. Today we’re going to take a look at a few photography myths that still persist. Pros Only Use Manual Mode Yes, if they aren’t in a hurry, if the subject is completely stationary, if the light doesn’t change in the next couple of minutes, a...
Tags: ISO, Myth, Random, Sd Card, Debinked, Manual Mode, Holly Lay, Alejandro Gómez Fill, Lexar Kingston SanDisk


Altec Lansing Shows DJ-Style Headphones With 1080p Camera

DJs are making millions upon millions of dollars to perform in the hottest venues throughout the world. Many people have seen Calvin Harris or Steve Aoki perform, but what if you could see exactly what they're seeing at all times. Altec Lansing's DVR DJ-Style Headphones is equipped with a 1080p/30fps camera that is aligned at eye level so DJ sets can be experienced like never before.
Tags: Music, Dj, All News, Hardware News, Mobile News, Headphones, Camera, Headset, Livestream, Altec Lansing, Ces 2016, Calvin Harris, Sd Card, 1080p, 40mm, Li-ion


Synology RT1900AC Dual Band Router Shown Off

Synology is breaking into networking at CES Unveiled 2016. Their first router, RT1900AC, features dual band 2.4GHz and 5GHz, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with speeds up to 1900Mbps, and a very user friendly interface that works equally well on desktops or mobile devices.
Tags: All News, Hardware News, Fat, Usb 3.0, MIMO, Dual Core, Synology, Ces 2016, 2.4ghz, Dual-band, Ces Unveiled, Beamforming, Sd Card, Rt1900ac, Ext4, Ntfs