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Seconds mean everything to a professional photographer, and if his equipment can’t keep up, then it doesn’t get dressed for the next assignment. The last hurdle for blazing-fast performance used to be the camera’s memory card, but Sony ups their own game with the introduction of the XQD format. It allows for around 1Gbps (or 125MBps) write speeds for capturing up to 100 consecutive RAW files. This is the perfect memory card for the latest Nikon D4, with its high frame rate, and its users’ propensity to keep their fingers on the trigger longer. The XQD cards are available in 16 or 32GB variants. $130+.

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