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It's not the retail packing with those fancy labels and a plastic that is hard to open. Mine just came with a hard paper envelope that was easy to open and the SD card is just in there with the card holder.
By Jiang Yuan on September 12, 2013
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Yes. You can use and reuse the memory card as long as it's not damaged or corrupted. That is the beauty of digital camera. However, 64 GB is a very BIG card. While it can hold a lot of data, if it's damaged, it's very expensive to retrieve the data (over $300!) I'd stick to the smaller memory cards (i.e. 16 GB) an… see more Yes. You can use and reuse the memory card as long as it's not damaged or corrupted. That is the beauty of digital camera. However, 64 GB is a very BIG card. While it can hold a lot of data, if it's damaged, it's very expensive to retrieve the data (over $300!) I'd stick to the smaller memory cards (i.e. 16 GB) and just reuse that card...unless you are going on vacation, in which case, you may need several memory cards. see less
By AvgMom2 on November 15, 2013
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Mine are real...I've bought a total of 3 SanDisk Extreme sd cards from Amazon in the past 10 months and I will be buying another one shortly...all three are perfect!
By Amazon Customer on July 2, 2013
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The camera takes the photos, so that determines how fast the photo is taken. The memory card will record/store the photo. Depending upon the specifications of the camera (which I don't know), it will be able to transfer the image/file more quickly to a faster memory card. But a slow camera won't go any faster with a fa… see more The camera takes the photos, so that determines how fast the photo is taken. The memory card will record/store the photo. Depending upon the specifications of the camera (which I don't know), it will be able to transfer the image/file more quickly to a faster memory card. But a slow camera won't go any faster with a fast memory card. see less
By Phil on September 3, 2014
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Yes, this will work fine. The Hero 2 Naked supports SDHC level 4 (and above) cards up to 32GB. Quoting from the GoPro web site: "Memory: SDHC up to 32GB capacity (Class 4 or higher recommended - card NOT included)"
By Jyunte on February 2, 2013
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I shoot with a Nikon d7100 and have not had any problems stills or video
By Jonathan Titsworth on August 5, 2014
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A Fake what?
By J. Casalino on January 2, 2014
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I'm not sure. It seem to have the memory, but after I put it in my phone it started acting all weird. I took my phone back to ATT & they checked itg out. Nothing wrong with the phone. Then he saw the San Disk & said that was the problem. I thought he was BSing me, but went ahead and got a ScanDisk like he suggested & h… see more I'm not sure. It seem to have the memory, but after I put it in my phone it started acting all weird. I took my phone back to ATT & they checked itg out. Nothing wrong with the phone. Then he saw the San Disk & said that was the problem. I thought he was BSing me, but went ahead and got a ScanDisk like he suggested & haven't had any other problems. see less
By Amazon Customer on September 5, 2014