Search results for memory

This article is about how a memory card failure caused a week of photographs to disappear, what I did to try to recover them via software, then physical data services, and the valuable lessons to be learned about memory cards, dual card slots, and backups to prevent such a nightmare scenario from happening.Landscape expeditions can be taxing in the long days of summer, even more so if you are als
Fujifilm released a firmware upgrade (v1.01) for its X-T3 mirrorless camera that addresses issues with distortion compensation when using the electronic shutter in continuous high shooting mode. A bug where the mechanical lock on SD cards was ignored has also been fixed, along with unspecified 'slight defects'.The update can be downloaded here.Read our Fujifilm X-T3 First Impressions Review
Cardpackr is a new memory card storage solution designed by a design partnership called W2. It’s a stackable magnetic case that can expand to hold as many memory cards as you need.The Cardpackr system consists of one cover layer and as many standard layers as you’d like.Each layer has 4 strong neodymium magnets — memory cards aren’t harmed by magnets — built in that
Sony today announced its SF-G series TOUGH specification UHS-II SD cards. The new memory cards are targeted at "photographers who are reliant upon their photographs remaining safe when their SD cards are removed from the camera" and combine ruggedness with fast read/write speeds.The SF-G cards are bend proof to 180N, drop-proof to 5 meters, waterproof with an IPX8 rating and dustproof with an IP6
Nikon made quite a splash in the digital imaging world this week with the announcement of its new Z 6 and Z 7 mirrorless cameras. In a much more quiet fashion the company also launched two new XQD memory cards on its Japanese website.As you would expect, the cards can be used with the new Z-series camera models and with a lot of buzz around the new camera models Nikon is likely hoping to leverage
NASA engineers have added a new twist to a cutting edge aerospace technology by demonstrating how a new Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) actuator can fold a 300-lb (136 kg) wing section from an F/A-18 Hornet supersonic fighter plane. Taking place at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, the test involved replacing the folding mechanism a Hornet wing tip with a high-temper
Sony sells both mirrorless cameras and memory cards, and Nikon wants in on the party. In addition to announcing its Z Series full-frame mirrorless camera system, Nikon today also unveiled its own Nikon-branded XQD memory cards for use in those cameras.News of Nikon-branded cards emerged in a leak shortly before the official Z Series announcement. 本日発表されるニコン新製品の発売予定日は、Z7と24-70mmと35mmが9月下旬、50mmが10月
the pieces are multicolored and reminiscent of natural structures, as is they were found in an impact crater. The post sang hoon kim’s memory foam furniture looks like painted meteorite pieces appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Scientists at the University of Alberta have demonstrated a new data storage technique that stores zeroes and ones by the presence (or absence) of individual hydrogen atoms. The resulting storage density is an unparalleled 1.2 petabits per square inch – 1,000 times greater than current hard disk and solid state drives, and 100 times greater than Blu-rays... Continue Reading Record-breaking
Toshiba Memory America has launched a new range of NVM express solid state drives, the first to be based on the company's 96-layer 3D flash memory. The company says that it's aiming its XG6 series at client computer, high performance mobile, embedded, gaming and data center systems... Continue Reading Toshiba introduces first SSDs built on its 96-layer 3D flash memory Category: Computers


Clickiz.com is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz



Add to Technorati Favorites
Username:

Password:

Remember: