card readers

  pat2068 20:52 13 Feb 04

i was thinking of buying a card reader but my camera has 16mg of internal memory the would card reader be any good thanks leo

  Diodorus Siculus 21:11 13 Feb 04

The card reader is for removable cards - if you do any amount of photography, you will soon want more than 16Mb.

Depending on the format that your camera takes, you will be able to get a suitable reader - eg SD / MMC / xD etc.

  daba 21:23 13 Feb 04

Well worth getting a card reader, the cable connection (presumably USB) usually uses a lot of camera battery power.

They can be got very cheaply from many suppliers including click here

  minter 21:26 13 Feb 04

Give us some info on your camera.

If it only has internal memory and no space for a memory card then a card reader is a waste of time.

On the other hand if your camera takes any of the "normal" slot-in memory cards then a card reader is a must.

  accord 21:33 13 Feb 04

same view as minter on this one.

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