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Camera House : Better Pictures 6
Although Eastway says he is not an expert on the tech behind fast memory cards, he says it’s easy to see their benefits. “If you’re shooting a lot of images rapidly, whether sport, nature or just the changing light of a landscape, you don’t want your camera to stop because its image buffer is full. The quicker that buffer can be written to your memory card, the more photos you can take, so a fast card is very useful. “In terms of ‘Extreme’, my understanding of the SanDisk cards is they have software on board which shares the storage load around, so the card lasts long and helps prevent data loss. I’ve also been shown the cards have a degree of weatherproofing that helps them work better in extreme conditions...” To see more of Peter’s work visit petereastway.com n Speed and reliability are number one with this pro card. The Power Core Controller technology provides fast performance (up to 45 MB sec) and its advanced Error Correction Code (ECC) improves data integrity and reliability. Perfect for high-megapixel cameras and HD camcorders that support the SDXC format, these flash memory cards deliver super fast performance and fast downloads between your PC and card, reducing wait time. Achieve playback and fast transfer speeds of up to 15MB sec. Looking for a memory card that’s fast enough to keep up with your new DSLR? The Extreme Pro Compact Flash stores up to 128GB and boasts speeds up to 100MB a second. The Video Performance Guarantee ensures shooting full HD is a breeze. SandiSk extreme SanDiSk ExtrEmE Pro SDHC UHS-1 SanDiSk Ultra SDxC SanDiSk ExtrEmE Pro ComPaCtFlaSH 128GB CarD witH VPG Peter eaStway A Grand Master of Photography and two time winner of the AIPP Photographer of the Year award, Peter Eastway is renowned worldwide for his landscape and commercial works. His photographs grace galleries all over Australia and appear in private collections around the globe. He was chosen by Lonely Planet to write their international guide book on landscape photography. what’S in Peter’S bag I have four different camera bags that hold Phase One, Canon, Nikon and Leica camera outfits. As the editor of Better Photography magazine, it’s important to keep abreast of all the different cameras on the market and how they work. I have been doing some work with Phase One recently and I am lucky enough to currently have an 80-megapixel Phase One IQ180 back which I attach to an Alpa TC with a 23mm Rodenstock Digaron lens. It’s an ultra wide-angle and I haven’t found anything that can match the quality for the ultimate in landscape photography. feature PEtEr EaStway 21 021_Bpics6_sandisk_v2.indd 21 29/08/11 3:21 PM
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