Review: Think Tank Memory Card Wallet Lineup

I picked up my first Think Tank memory card wallet, the Pixel Pocket Rocket, over a decade ago. As far as I remember they were the first to design what I call the “roll up” style of card wallet. The company recently introduced a new model to the lineup, called the Secure Pixel Pocket Rocket, and they tweaked a few features on the existing models so it seemed like a good time to do a review. (From this point on I’m going to abbreviate Pixel Pocket Rocket to PPR within paragraphs.) Pixel Pocket Rocket This model has the largest card …

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Sony Launching Tough CFexpress Cards Capable of 1700MB/s

The CFexpress memory card format is gathering momentum, and appears to be the logical successor to Compact Flash, CFast and XQD cards. By the end of 2019 there will be cameras from Nikon, Sony, Panasonic and Canon that use this card format. Something which never happened with the half-hearted partial adoption of the CFast and XQD formats. ProGrade Digital were first out of the gate by demoing a 1TB CFexpress card at several earlier trade shows, and now Sony have joined in by unveiling the TOUGH series CEB-G128 (CFexpress Type B). Whilst the ProGrade Digital card has the edge in …

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Disk Drill Review – Recover Lost and Deleted Photos

Accidents happen, and unfortunately the vast majority of people don’t have a safe photo backup strategy like mine. If you do find yourself in a situation where you’ve lost some photos or other files, you have a couple of options: Firstly, if it’s a hardware failure such as a dead disc platter, you’re only option is to send it in to a data recovery specialist and pay a large amount of money. If your disk or memory card won’t even mount to your computer, or it is making a catastrophic noise, this is really your only option and there’s no …

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How to Recover Deleted Photos From Your Camera’s Memory Card (Stellar Photo Recovery Review)

Accidents do happen, and if you take photos for long enough, at some point you’re probably going to find yourself in a situation where you’ve accidentally deleted images from a memory card. This sounds like a total disaster, but actually you might be surprised to find out how easy it is to get those photos back. Whether you delete a single image, or format an entire card, most of the data actually remains in place and all you need is a piece of software that’s smart enough to dig it out. You can’t do this forever, eventually the data will …

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