Whether it is nature or New Years, taking your picture is just the start. Unless you choose the right recording medium for your camera, you might as well leave the lens cap on! The majority of modern cameras write onto either Flash Memorycards or directly onto Solid State Drives, or SSD.
Solid State Drives are available from many manufacturers, a variety of capacities and most important of all, a variety of speeds! Don't just assume that all SSDs are super fast. Too often you will have to make a budget choice between Speed and Capacity.
Popular SSD supporting high-end cameras like the BlackMagic Cinema Camera, are compatible with the latest SSDs and manufacturers like Intel, OCZ and Kingston Technology are fast becoming the Storage of choice for those seeking High-Speed Flash Storage for the shots that matter.
Pro Tip - As a general rule of thumb, the higher the pixel count (px), the larger the file size. So you'll need a storage medium that's fast enough and reliable enough to capture the picture you take. So regardless of whether it's a Fuji, a Cannon, a Nikon or a Sony, this golden rule must be followed.