Nikon D5200: Create Your Own Menu
How to Fix an Underexposed Digital Photo
How to Make a Selection with the Lasso Tool in Photoshop Elements

A Collection of Images from Sports & Action Photography In A Day For Dummies

A dSLR needs a memory card

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.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share

Recommends

Promoted Stories From Around The Web

blog comments powered by Disqus
How to Use Auto Bracketing in HDR Photography
How to Remove Blemishes from Your Digital Photos with Your Image Editor
How to Use the Liquify Filter in Your Image Editor
How to Shoot Still Portraits with Your Nikon D5300
How to Connect Your Nikon D5300 to a Smart Device for Wi-Fi Transfer
Advertisement