No matter which digital camera you use today, you must have high storage space to save your media. Some devices like telephones and computers have built-in memory, and you will definitely need SD cards with large storage capacity.
What does a memory card mean?
A memory card is an electronic storage device used to store digital media, such as images and videos. In photography, memory cards are commonly used in digital cameras, with differences in type, shape, capacity, speed, class, and brand. The most common memory cards today are SD, microSD, XQD, and CFexpress.
Secure digital cards, or "SD cards", were developed jointly by SanDisk, Panasonic, and Toshiba and were first used in 1999 on handheld devices. Then after its spread, the SD card standards formed and became widespread.
SD Card Properties:
SD cards can only accommodate up to 2 GB of data, and new standards must be developed to allow memory cards to accommodate a larger capacity.
Today, original SD cards have been completely discontinued and replaced with newer generation SDHC and SDXC.
What is the best capacity for SD cards?
What SD card capacity do you really need? For some photographers, the size of an SD card varies from one photographer to another depending on the nature of his work; for example, videos require more storage than just images. If you are taking photos, you can use a card with a lower capacity For example a small 8-gigabyte SDHC, a Nikon full-frame Df (FX) image can store about 729 JPEG images.