Perhaps the single thing that really disturbs me is the fact that cameras have not kept up with the advances of storage performance. Where capabilities exist to very easily incorporate hardware into a DSLR that enables the movement of data at speed of over 500MB/s, we are still left with data transfer rates that hamper continuous shooting scenarios significantly. Ok so... that's my gripe and it is well placed considering I have a brand new Canon 5D EOS Mark IV in my hands that I am absolutely in love with, but for that shortfall that could easily be overcome by manufacturers. My quest now is to find the best equipment possible for what is perhaps the best DSLR in the world right now; enter the Lexar 128GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Card.
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