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Memory Cards

A memory card is essential in order to record images or video with any camera. Choosing the right type of card is easy, together with what capacity and speed you might need. We explain everything below, regardless of which camera brand is being used or whether you have a compact, DSLR or mirrorless system. We only stock the best known, most reliable brands including Lexar, Sandisk and Sony.

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Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB SDXC 170MB/s

Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB SDXC 170MB/s Class 10 UHS-I for capturing stunning high-resolution, stutter-free 4K UHD video and fast burst speed images on high resolution cameras.

£34.99

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SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro SDHC 95MB/s Class 10 UHS-I

Sandisk 32GB Extreme Pro SDHC 95MB/s Class 10 UHS-1 memory card for fast read and write speeds for DSLR cameras, HD Camcorders and even 3D Recording in HD.

£19.99

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Sandisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC 170MB/s

128GB Sandisk Extreme Pro SDXC 170MB/s Class 10 UHS-I for capturing stunning high-resolution, stutter-free 4K UHD video and fast burst speed images on high resolution cameras.

£49.00

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Sandisk 64GB Extreme Pro SDHC 300MB/s UHS-II

The Sandisk 64GB Extreme Pro SDHC 300MB/s UHS-II SD memory card for professional photographers and videographers delivers speeds of up to 300MB/s read and 260MB/s write fro 4K video and burst shooting

£98.99

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Sandisk CF Express Extreme Pro 128GB

Sandisk CF Express Extreme Pro 128GB 1700MB/s Read Speed, 1200MB/s Write Speed

£279.00

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Lexar 32GB SD UHS-I 633x Pro 95MB/s

Lexar 32GB SD UHS-I 633x Pro 95MB/s

£18.99

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£9.99

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Sandisk CF Express Extreme Pro 64GB

Sandisk CF Express Extreme Pro 64GB 1500MB/s Read Speed, 800MB/s Write Speed

£169.00

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£12.99

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Lexar 64GB UHS-II SDXC 250MB/s 1667x Pro

Lexar 64GB UHS-II SDXC 250MB/s 1667x Pro

£29.00

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£19.99

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SanDisk Extreme PRO CFexpress Reader

SanDisk Extreme PRO CFexpress Card Reader USB 3.1 Gen2 TypeC

£59.99

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Sony 120GB XQD Card 440mb/s Read 400mb/s

Sony 120GB XQD Card 440mb/s Read 400mb/s Write QDG120F

£209.00

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£149.00

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Sandisk Extreme Pro 256GB SDXC 170MB/s

SanDisk Extreme PRO 256GB SDXC UHS-I Card is the The most powerful SD UHS-I memory card yet for 4K video and fast shooting

£109.00

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Sony SDXC Tough Series 64GB 300mb/s

The Sony 64GB SF-G Tough Series UHS-II SDXC Memory Card is capable of reading and writing at up to 300MB/s, perfect for professional photographers and videographers.

£114.00

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£109.00

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£48.00

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£17.00

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Sony CFexpress Type B / XQD Memory Card Reader

Sony CFexpress Type B / XQD Memory Card Reader

£115.00

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Lexar 64GB SD UHS-I 633x Pro 95MB/s

Lexar 64GB SD UHS-I 633x Pro 95MB/s

£24.99

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If your camera records 4K or higher quality video, we would tend to recommend the fastest memory possible. Similarly, if your camera captures high resolution images, which is generally over 21 megapixels, we would suggest getting a card which is 32GB or larger. This means you will be able to capture more images without needing to swap out your card with a spare.

SD cards are the most common memory type, compatible with virtually every camera system. These are fast secure digital devices capable of storing between 16GB and 512GB at speeds fast enough to keep up with most digital camera stills and video recording.

Micro SD are smaller and typically used in mobile phones or other mobile devices. They are generally not recommended for cameras as they require a convertor and have relatively slow write speeds.

Compact flash have been around since digital cameras began. These are larger square shaped cards typically used in DSLR bodies. They are extremely secure, however have restricted speed capacity when compared to CFast cards. Most DSLR users will however find them entirely adequate for most purposes.

XQD has been designed to supersede SD cards, with faster read and write capacity. Manufacturers are beginning to adopt this format into their slots as they grow in popularity. Check your particular model or contact us to find out if this format is compatible.

CFast are currently amongst the fastest available for any system. They will typically be used in professional camera bodies where write speed is critical for high frame rate shooting and video recording. Angelbird and other manufacturers produce options which suit high speed shooting or high quality video capture, for camcorders or BlackMagic video.

CFexpress cards from Wise are an advanced, high speed XQD variant used by certain newer bodies. These include Nikon D850 and Z mirrorless cameras.

All types of cards can be copied off either with a USB cable included with the camera or by using a dedicated card reader. These are often quicker and can be purchased with a range of interfaces to suit your computer. We often recommend storing your images on an external hard drive so that they can be backed up and will not slow down your computer. Card holders are also an excellent way to organise whilst in the studio or on travels.

Further resources for more detailed information:

In-depth guide to memory cards

For any help deciding which memory you need, or if you are not sure what you need, drop our customer service team an email at sales@parkcameras.com or call 01444 237070 and our team will be happy to help you.

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