From Canon Digital Learning Center
: April 24, 2014
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- Wireless File Transmitter
- RAW Image Fundamentals
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- Quick Control Menu
- Picture Style explained
- Radio-Based Wireless Flash
- Radio Wireless Group Mode
- Custom Pictures
- Evaluative Metering
- GPS with EOS Cameras
- Properly Holding a Digital SLR Camera
- Exposure Modes and Flash
That became a pertinent question for me lately as the SDHC/SDXC memory cards
I've most recently purchased came without the little plastic case included. While I think the manufacturers should include the inexpensive cases by default, none have yet asked me for my opinion. The other problem is that I've started to accumulate a variety of memory card case sizes that have become at least slightly annoying to deal with.
I was looking for something very compact but wanted at least a little protection for the cards. My memory cards are usually kept in other cases or my pocket where they have an additional layer of protection afforded them.
For me, the right solution was found on eBay
. For $6.95 with free standard shipping, you get 10 small plastic cases
just large enough to comfortably hold SDHC cards. I purchased two lots and now have all of my cards neatly stored in much less space than the pre-latest-purchased cards consumed.
If you prefer the more protective, larger case size or if you need to store CompactFlash/CF cards, this eBay auction
may have the cases you are looking for. Same seller and same price.
For more rugged and larger capacity memory card cases, check out B&H's memory card case category
. Notable entries include those from Ruggard
and Think Tank Photo
(via 6ave - 99.4% Positive feedback) has the Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR Camera
) available for $2,559.99 with free shipping. Compare at $3,399.00.
The inventory and/or price won't last long, so jump on it while you can. [Sean] Note:
This is likely a grey market item and therefore not technically eligible for a Canon USA warranty. Regarding the warranty, 6ave states "Our products are covered by a warranty of 1-year parts and 90-days for labor."