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Hard Drives

Photographers shooting digital files know that having reliable hard drives to store and backup images, video and RAW files is an essential element of photography. We offer SSD’s, standard external and internal drives to make storage and data transfers quicker and more secure for photographers and videographers.

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Data storage devices come in two basic forms – HDD (hard disk drives) and SSD (solid state drives). Hard disks use multiple physical spinning disks to store and read/write your data to, whereas solid state drives contain flash memory (like memory cards and USB Sticks) to store the data.

This means an SSD will read and write data considerably faster than a hard disk drive, however the most affordable way to store data remains a hard drive. SSD's tend to have smaller storage capacities (between 500GB and 2TB) and are more suitable for lower storage capacities or to bring with as backup when travelling or on holiday. All are available with different connections for your computer, including high speed USB-C and USB 3.0.

At Park Cameras we know that storing your image and video files (and other data) on your computers’ built-in drive, a portable model or an external desktop drive is an essential part of a photographers’ workflow. We made this handy guide to photography workflow and data backup.

Browse our wide selection of hard drives in stock from leading manufacturers including Angelbird, Gnarbox, Sony, G-Technology, Samsung and SanDisk.

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Trade in your old equipment

Fast and easy trade in service ensures your old gear is collected efficiently and you are paid quickly! It's very simple to trade in your unwanted photography gear. Just head over to our dedicated Sell or Part Exchange page, fill out the details, and we'll get back to you with an offer for your old gear. Take the cash, or put it towards the cost of your new gear. It's up to you! Find out more

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