Card readers

To: Graeme Bullock <>
Subject: Card readers
From: Chris Charles <>
Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2021 19:32:10 +1000
Which brings me to ask why you aren’t downloading directly to your computer via 
the supplied USB cable Kiri? It certainly is easier on the card terminals. 

Chris Charles
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> On 11 Sep 2021, at 8:13 am, Graeme Bullock <> wrote:
> Kirri, it seems you are still using a CompactFlash CF card that has pins in 
> the card reader. You really should switch to SD and microTF cards for 3 
> reasons. 1. Significantly faster 2 Cheap as chips in high capacities 3. 
> Robust readers with no pins, often plug directly into laptops and tablets.
> Your 7D mark !! has card slots for both SD and CF, and you can buy cheap 
> adapters for TF to SD if you want. I haven't used CF for years.
> Graeme Bullock
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