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SanDisk 16GB Ultra 15MB/s SDHC SD Card (SDSDH-016G, Bulk Packaging)

by SanDisk

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  • High speed card featuring fast 15MB/sec Read/Write speeds
  • High performance card for cutting out the wait when transferring data from camera to PC
  • Higher capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos
  • The most popular, most compatible memory format for digital cameras
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0017VRGXU
  • Item model number: SDSDH-016G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)

Product Description

Check your camera or camcorder to see if it's SDHC compatible. Then see if it will accept 16GB memory cards. If it does, you're in for extra special performance and speed. When it comes to high megapixel ratings, especially 10 and above, image files can be very large. SanDisk Ultra II memory cards feature faster performance, greater storage capacities, and better dependability, so you can get the most from your investment in a feature-rich, high-quality digital camera or camcorder. When speed really matters, serious photographers choose SanDisk Ultra II SD. So fast, you'll never miss a shot. So rugged, environmental conditions are never a problem. SanDisk Ultra II SD cards are so reliable and stable that they're backed by a lifetime limited warranty. 16GB storage offers lots of video recording time when used with compatible SDHC memory card camcorders, especially those recording in HD to match the quality of your HDTV screens. Enjoy your camera and other SDHC compatible devices to the max with this SanDisk Ultra II SDHC 16GB High Performance Card. 16GB Storage - Higher capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos

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Customer Reviews

The card works flawlessly so far, good speed.
YadaKing
Was able to shoot high def video (720p) with no problem in both ACVHD and Motion JPEG(.MOV) with no problem.
Rick S.
The labeling of this item (SanDisk 16GB Ultra II SDHC card) is very confusing.
NLee the Engineer

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100 of 102 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on July 12, 2009
The labeling of this item (SanDisk 16GB Ultra II SDHC card) is very confusing. On the front side it claims a maximum speed of 15MB/sec. At the same time, it is marketed as 'Class-4' (which means a minimum read/write speed of just 4MB/s). To move up to a 'class-6' card from the same manufacturer, you have to buy the SanDisk 16gb Extreme III SDHC card which costs 2-3 times more.

I decided to take a chance with this Ultra II card, even though my new Canon EOS Rebel T1i explicitly requires a 'Class-6' card for video capture. I'm happy to report that the card is fast enough to keep up with my camera, even in burst mode and in 1080 HD video mode.

My own benchmark (see 'Customer Images') revealed that the read speed of this card is consistently fast at 18-19MB/s. But its write speed is strongly dependent on the data file size:
- For small files of 1MB each, the card is only able to write at about 6MB/s. That means it qualifies as a borderline 'class-6'.
- For typical photo files (4-6MB each), the write speed is much faster at around 10MB/s.
- When writing a huge file of 1GB, the card can actually achieve the claimed maximum speed of 15MB/s.

The SanDisk Ultra II may not be a good choice if you want to use it as a ReadyBoost device (frequent writing of smaller file).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Matt J. Kopcho on June 2, 2009
SanDisck is the only brand I trust and rely on for my SD storage needs. I bought this for my point & shoot digital camera to be able to take extended video and hold lots of pictures. It's super fast when downloading pics to my computer as well as wehn its in the camera.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By P. D. Agee on February 2, 2009
Bought this card for cheap additional space on my Dell Mini 9 netbook. Was only $29 (seller was BlueProton). Another person on here stated they received a fake SD card so I called SanDisk to verify authenticity and looks like I received a real/authentic SanDisk. Very fast card, I have most of my programs stored on this card, the load a little slower but run fine once opened. Great price for fast 16gb of space
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38 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A. Palmer on January 31, 2009
First off, the shipping was super fast and I received it quickly.

The Cards work fine but they are not real sandisk cards. They are fakes. I have not had the cards long enough to see if there is any difference between the real cards I already have or the fakes I received, but I will soon find out.

So far for the price I paid i'm happy, but am unhappy that this company/retailer is selling bootleg fake products and amazon is allowing them to do so.

You can tell the difference between real cards and fakes by the type of plastic used on the back of the card. On the real cards the plastic backing is slightly translucent. The fakes have a solid black plastic backing that is not translucent.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Randy Foster on May 17, 2009
I got this to use with my Creative Zen and it works fine there or with my HP Pavilion laptop. Mine has a 2 instead of a 4 in the circle on the right, but otherwise matches the picture. If it is a fake, it is a pretty good one, especially for the price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Song on February 23, 2011
I don't know why some reviewers claim this card is good for HD video. This is a a class 4 card. The write speed is indeed just a 5M/s. Video recording on my T2i will stop after a few second.

The (up to) 15M/s is only for reading - Writing is slower (This is the wording on the product package).

It is ridiculous for anyone to claim this is comparable to a no-name class 6 or class 10 card.

In fact, my 3 year old Sandisk Ultra II 4G is faster than this new Ultra II card.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eugenio M. Silva on November 7, 2009
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This is a great sdhc card!inexpensive and reliable.
I use it in my helmet cam,and all my friends that ride and have helmet cams,like the fact that i can record all day, when they can only film for about 1.5 hours with theirs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rick S. on October 10, 2009
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To start this card came in a bulk package meaning it doesn't come on the traditional retail card. It comes in the small plastic case and placed in an anti-static envelope. No problem, saves packaging material. I'd also say it looks like a genuine Sandisk card (translucent back). Also although the picture shows "class 2" the card I received was in fact a class 4.

I tested the card in my new Lumix FZ35 and it worked flawlessly. Was able to shoot high def video (720p) with no problem in both ACVHD and Motion JPEG(.MOV) with no problem. Card mounted on my iMAC G5 with no problem (can be read with older SD card readers although not as fast as an SDHC reader).

All in all a good experience. Was happy to see it could record video OK. The Lumix manual says the camera needs a class 6 card although the Sandisk web site says the Ultra II is the correct card for it. I beleive the Sandisk cards perform better than some of the same class "cheapo" cards.

UPDATE: While recording video at 720p and shooting photos in jpeg mode is no problem I just tested RAW photos and because of the file size increase (from 5-6MB to 16MB per photo) it does take a few seconds to write the file to the card. Perhaps a faster (class 6) card would be better if you think you will need to shoot a lot of RAW images rapidly.
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