When it comes to cameras, it seems that nowadays having two card slots is not so much about the capacity as it is about the type of card that can be used. With cameras now accepting more and more types of memory cards, it can be difficult to know which one to buy.
The most common types of memory cards that cameras accept are CompactFlash and Memory Stick. CompactFlash cards are the most common type because they are affordable and have a large capacity. They are also compatible with many cameras.
Memory Stick cards are also affordable and have a large capacity, but they are not compatible with as many cameras as CompactFlash cards are. Some cameras that are compatible with Memory Stick cards include the Nikon D3200, Canon EOS Rebel T6i, and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4.
Some other types of memory cards that may be used in a camera include SDHC and SDXC cards. SDHC cards are compatible with many cameras, but they have a lower capacity than CompactFlash or Memory Stick cards.
SDXC cards have a higher capacity than CompactFlash or Memory Stick cards, but they are not compatible with as many cameras. Some cameras that are compatible with SDXC cards include the Nikon D5200, Canon EOS Rebel T6s, and Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH5.