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SanDisk SDSDB-1024-A10 1 GB Secure Digital Card (Retail Package)
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- Fast transfer rate for reliable copy/download/backup
- Non-volatile solid-state; no moving parts maximizes battery power
- Low battery consumption to maximize battery life in small portable devices
- User selectable mechanical write protect switch on the exterior card casing
- Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
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So if you use a Kodak dock or USB cable to transfer images from a Kodak camera to your computer, this standard SanDisk card is all you need...there's no advantage to paying extra for a high-speed card like the Ultra II. However, if you use a card reader to get images from the SD card to your computer, then it might be worthwhile to pay a little more for the Ultra II since read and write speeds through the card reader could be substantially faster.
I plan to purchase another on Amazon for my Treo so I can now use it as a serious MP3 player, storing roughly 300 songs. That's good enough for me...don't need to purchase an iPod for Christmas!
The SanDisk SDSDB-1024-A10 Secure Digital 1GB, like most 1000MB cards, will store on average 1137 pictures when used with a 2 megapixel camera, 853 images when used with a 3 megapixel camera, 512 pictures when used with a 4 megapixel camera, 409 images when used with a 5 megapixel camera, and 320 pictures when used with a 6 megapixel camera. These numbers are based off the assumption that you are going to shoot your images at the highest quality JPEG setting available for the camera and understand that they are estimates and may be off by as much as 10 percent due to numerous factors including the complexity of the scene being shot and the compression algorithm used by your specific camera.
One last thing to consider when buying a 1000MB card. Do not necessarily choose the least expensive card available. A 1000MB card should be an investment. You need to consider quality, reliability, and speed with a card of this capacity. Worse case scenario would be you taking this card (and only this card) on vacation with you overseas and for some reason it gets corrupted. Then what do you do? Purchasing a high capacity card changes the game a little, just be mindful of that before you hit the buy button.
I truly hope this review was helpful to you in determining whether this card is the right capacity for your specific needs.
I used it mostly to store images, e-books, documents, voice recordings, and Avantgo channels. In addition, I used it as a flash memory occasionally.
If you are a heavy user it is advised that you defragment the SD card on a monthly basis to reduce the possibility of file system being distorted. Using this practice I did not receive any errors, brilliant card.
I would recommend "Simple Tech BONZAI USB 2.0 CARD READER" ,which is a portable reader costing ($8 or less), in addition to this card as it would be possible to use this SD card as a flash memory accessible from all PC with Windows (Version 98 2nd Ed or later) or Apple Computers with USB1/USB2 drives.
If you want a faster and more reliable SD card that would stand more extreme weather circumstances I recommend "SANDISK SD Ultra II" that costs about $20 extra.