If you are in the market for a digital camera in 2010, you'll be pleased to know that Sony has finally come around to giving consumers the option of using SDHC flash memory cards.
Prior to 2010, all Sony digital cameras accepted only Sony's own brand and unique technology of memory cards, such as the Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo. Since Sony's memory cards cost considerably more than the more universal Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) cards, turning many consumers away from purchasing a Sony camera.
Choosing an SDHC memory card versus Sony's own card may cost us much as 50% less. That leaves quite a bit of dough to spend on other must have accessories like an extra camera battery.
The SDHC memory cards come in the most economical SDHC Class 2 speed and the faster SDHC Class 6 cards. If your digital still camera records HD video, or can take Continuous" pictures (multiple shots within one or two seconds), you'll want the faster SDHC Class 6 cards for the best performance. Both speeds come in capacities of up to 32GB, which allows for thousands of still photos or up to 8 hours of HD Video.
Sony's new lineup of digital cameras is due to hit the shelves in the end of Jan 2010. Some of these models are available for purchase now while you may pre-order others at some online retailers, including Sony's own website SonyStyle.com.
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