Question about Nikon Cameras
There are two schools of thought on this. One school says get the biggest card you can afford so you can take as many pictures as possible.
The other school says buy two (or more) smaller cards and swap them periodically. This way, if a card goes bad (or lost, or stolen), then you'll only lose half (or less) of your pictures.
It really depends on your own personal preferences (and budget). As for brands, you should not experience any problems with any of the major brands. If you're feeling particularly paranoid, you could always select one from the list of approved cards in the manual.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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