Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens
I have a Nikon D80 but am also looking at purchasing a D200 or D300. I'm going to start shooting RAW images and obviously my 1GB cards are not going to be large enough.
I going to purchase 4GB cards but am unsure about the difference between SD and SDHC. Please explain.
Do all the models above support sdhc cards?
Will sdhc cards load straight to computer or will i need a card reader?
I'm I best just to buy SD.
Well the D200 & D300 respectively both use CF(compact flash) cards, that'll be the most noticeable difference in terms of image storage. I shoot with both and find my Extreme IV 4GB CF invaluable. You will not need any particulalr software to literally transfer your images. However if shooting Raw files then you will need some software to essentially manipulate the data within a Raw file to produce a final image.
Such programs like:
Photoshop CS2 upwards is probably best (expesnive though)
Capture NX (Nikons own software)
In the box with either D200/D300 you usually have the standard kinda software
Photoshop lements, i believe can deal with Raw files
I have neglected to mention the SDHC cards as they will not be of any use to you for either the D200 or D300. May I recomend the D300 as it is a bit better than the D2x at a fraction of the price and not too far off the quality of the D3, the D300's bigger brother !
Hope this has been of help to you
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
You should have no trouble using the SDHC cards. SDHC stands for Secure Digital High Capacity. The images should load directly from camera to computer, without the need for any additional hardware.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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