Secure Digital (SD) Cards
SD Secure Digital or Secure Digital card is a format that was jointly developed by Toshiba, SanDisk and Panasonic in 2000. It has been available to the general public since 2001.
SD cards are compact, very robust and practical! There are now several different types, such as: SD, SDHC, SDXC, etc. SD cards are mainly used in digital cameras, smartphones and tablet PCs. Smartphones usually use the so-called micro-SD cards because they are smaller than an SD card. SD cards storage capacity range from a few gigabytes right up to 64 GB and beyond. To record full HD quality using a digital camera, you will need to purchase an SD card which is capable of writing data at a significant speed, such as a Class 10 card.