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| p.2 #9 · Lexar 800x vs 1000x in Canon 1Dx |
Thanks. Writing speed in the camera is key for me. I can be patient while downloading (up to a point), but not while the buffer is full.
if you have a 1DX and fill the buffer while shooting still images you need to reevaluate your shooting method/style as you are going to bury yourself in way too many unneeded images that look a whole lot alike.
If you're shooting raw, then depending on the card and ISO, it may be around 50 frames with the 1DX. At 12fps, it doesn't take long to hit the buffer. With fast-paced action, there can be significant changes occurring each 1/12th of a second. Therefore it's up to each of us to tailor how we shoot to what we shoot, rather than be blindly told we need to change what we're doing. Obviously one consequence is a lot more editing work, but isn't that worth the tradeoff of more selection? And, apps are available that can make short-shrift of high volume editing, if you know what you're doing.