Most digital cameraswith PC Card interfaces use a storage technology called CompactFlash. Standard supportedby the CompactFlash Association. CompactFlash is ATA compatible and will fit intoany Type II or Type III slot when used with a passive adapter.Component.Part of a compound lens consisting of one element (single lens) or more than oneelement cemented or otherwise joined together. A lens may therefore be describedas 4-element, 3-component when two of the elements are cemented together.mirglossary
A popular sort of memory card used in some digital cameras.
(CF) The most common type of digital camera flash memory storage. There are two types: CF Type I: the original 5mm high card, CF Type II: cards and devices that are 9mm high. Type I devices are all solid state but Type II devices include the new IBM Microdrive, a miniature, rotating hard drive. and check here: Flash Memory Cards/Readers, CF Type III: used in double-height slots only.
A removable memory card used in digital cameras to store pictures. The current maximum capacity is 256Mb.
A type of storage card, available in a range of capacities, that s used in digital cameras to store images captured by the camera. The card can be erased when the images have been transferred or are no longer needed.
A popular flash memory device, which is available in a number of storage capacities. Unlike earlier mechanically driven MicroDrives, newer CF cards are solid state, quite stable, and are capable of operating under extreme environmental conditions. Once the dominant format for in-camera data storage, CF cards have receded from the spotlight as smaller SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards have become the card of choice in ever-smaller digital cameras.