When should you replace your media cards?

 

 

In my digital career, I’ve had three CompactFlash cards—that’s the media card containing my photographs—completely die on me. They became unreadable. In two of those cases, I could live without the lost photographs— I either didn’t need them or I could reshoot them.

In the other case, I paid close to $2000 for a high-end digital information retrieval company to re-scramble the card and find my photographs. (This company claimed they do a lot of work for the CIA.) It took them two weeks. Miraculously, they sent me a DVD with all…

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About paulomealha

IT professional, father, husband, Apple evangelist, motorbike fanatic, traveller and adventurer.
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