Thursday, March 15, 2012 8:51:09 PM
One of the staples of the digital photographer is the memory card- usually sold in CF or SD form. I'm someone whose invested carefully in such cards because much rides on them working properly. If you're shooting in wilderness areas where temperatures can range from -25 to +45 C, you don't want anything risking your pictures. Sometimes you will only get a fleeting and unrepeatable opportunity to photograph some animals. It seems a bit foolish carrying thousands of dollars of cameras and lenses and baulk at getting good memory cards.
That leads in to the problem of counterfeit cards. So, I've set up a little survey for you photographers out there to get some feedback on concern about counterfeit cards
If you're interested, just follow the link to a short (5 question) survey
- Thank you.