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A memory card stores all your images. A smartphone probably doesn’t need a separate memory card, but point-and-shoot and dSLR models need one. Get a memory card with at least 8GB of memory. Memory cards come in three physical sizes: SD (Secure Digital), MiniSD, and MicroSD.

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