Photo & Video

Photo & Video

Don't miss a moment

The photo and video tools for documenting our lives are better than ever. Nearly everyone has a camera or video recorder, many of which are so compact you can always have them with you. You don't have to be a professional to capture all the best moments in your life, but you do need enough memory in your camera. Read on to find out more about memory for both professionals or hobby photographers.

  • Compact Cameras
  • DSLR Cameras
  • Compact Camcorders
  • Professional Camcorders

Don't leave home without one

With a compact camera as your constant companion, you're always ready to capture the best scenes from your life. You don't want miss a moment, so we recommend at least a 4 GB SD or microSD™ card inside to save your shots. Depending on your usage, you might even need more capacity. We've put together some tips to help you with your choice.

Memory for compact cameras: Four things to consider.

1. Travel or daily use?
The longer you're away from your home base, the fewer opportunities you will have to sort and file your pictures on your network. So if you're away for extended periods, you will want more memory.

2. Postcard or poster?
High-resolution shots require more memory. So if you are planning to do high-quality printing or blow-up your pictures to poster size, then make sure to have a larger memory card inside.

3. New camera or older model?
There are constantly new developments in memory-card technology. That's why you will want to check which memory type is compatible with your camera before going shopping. One thing to check, for example, is SDXC™/SDHC™ compatibility.

4. Wireless access?
Wireless LAN is a great way to transfer pictures quickly and effortlessly. The problem is not all digital devices have it. That's when you may want to consider one of the new Toshiba FlashAir™ SD memory cards with built-in wireless LAN.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • HS Professional - UHS1
  • HS Professional - black
  • HS Professional - UHS
  • High Speed - M102 with adapter
  • EXCERIA™ PRO - C501

Demand the most from your memory

High-end digital cameras demand the most from SD or CompactFlash® memory. Toshiba EXCERIA™ SD memory cards deliver the world's fastest write speeds. That's important for taking rapid serial shots and writing the huge amounts of raw high-resolution data. Memory sizes of 32 or 64 GB are recommended.

Memory for DSLR cameras: Five things to consider.

1. SD or CompactFlash®?
Be sure to check whether your camera uses SD or CompactFlash® before shopping for memory.

2. Professional use?
If you are in the business of taking high-resolution shots with a high-end camera, you will want a high-performance memory card that can keep up with your camera.

3. Full HD Video and rapid-fire stills?
Full HD video recording and rapid-fire still image capture both require high write speeds from memory. That's when the latest UDMA7 CompactFlash® devices give you the speed you need.

4. Postcard or poster?
High-resolution shots require more memory. So if you are planning to do high-quality printing or blow-up your pictures to poster size, then make sure to have a larger memory card inside.

5. Wireless access?
Wireless LAN is a great way to transfer pictures quickly and effortlessly. The problem is not all digital devices have it. That's when you may want to consider one of the new Toshiba FlashAir™ SD memory cards with built-in wireless LAN.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • EXCERIA™ PRO
  • EXCERIA™ UHS-I
  • FlashAir™ W-02
  • HS Professional - UHS1
  • HS Professional - UHS
  • EXCERIA™ PRO - C501
  • EXCERIA™

Your Life. A Movie.

Digital camcorders come in all shapes and sizes nowadays. Whether you have a palm-sized model or one mounted on your surfboard, you will need a reliable SD memory card to capture your best clips. High-definition video recording requires the very best from a memory card. That means at least 8 GB capacity and speed class 6 and above. And with a Toshiba FlashAir™ card you even get built-in wireless LAN for quick, easy file transfer.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • HS Professional - UHS1
  • HS Professional - black
  • HS Professional - UHS

The work begins after the shoot

No film professional leaves the studio without plenty of memory. High-end camcorders often use MiniDV cassettes to record digital video. And the latest UDMA7 CompactFlash® memories even have the speed needed to record Full HD Video. But that's just the beginning.The result of the day's shoot needs to be transferred to other media for further production work. High-capacity SD is the memory format of choice for transferring and storing high-definition digital video.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • EXCERIA™ PRO - C501
  • EXCERIA™ PRO
  • EXCERIA™