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Lexar video shows the inner workings of a memory card  
Monday, January 9, 2012 | by Rob Galbraith
Lexar has created an interesting video that depicts the path a digital photo takes from camera to memory card to computer, with an emphasis on the inner workings of the card and how a card reader can impact transfer speed. Though geared towards a consumer audience, even the more tech-savvy photographer is likely to learn something about a how a picture makes its way into a camera memory card, and then back out again.

Moving Bits: The inner workings of a memory card (Video courtesy Lexar)

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