Lexar Multi-Use SDHC 8GB Flash Memory Card LSD8GBASBNA
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- Supports SDHC compatible host devices only
- SDHC cards are designed for use in SDHC-enabled devices and are not backwards compatible with standard SD legacy devices
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The card itself comes in the most bare of packaging - no plastic case to hold the card - the card's just there. It's a Class 2 card, and I popped this in an older 7MP digital camera I had and it worked fine. I didn't notice any slowness when compared to a Class 6 card. Recording VGA video was ok as well. I'm not sure how it'd work with capturing 720p or faster video, but I wouldn't chance it.
It's SDHC, not SD, so make sure you're getting the right one for your camera.
At the price point, there are faster cards out there. Look at the Transcend 4 GB Class 6 SDHC Flash Memory Card with USB Card Reader TS4GSDHC6-P2 instead - faster card with a USB reader for $2 more.
What's the saying that comes to mind? Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.
Same problems with the 2 new Lexar memory cards. I will NEVER EVER buy Lexar again. If you offer them to me for $2 I will say it's $2 wasted. Not to mention the wasted pictures that can't be retrieved. Buy SanDisk.
Now if I could just get a larger battery for my camcorder to go 8 hours+ on XP+ camcorder mode, I'd be even happier. Are you Canon camcorder battery companies reading this? It spells OPPORTUNITY.
I did not buy it for my camera but for additional storage.
I ran several tests on it, both read and write, using H2testw and HDtune.
It performs almost at the class 10 level. It had no errors with the long test.
H2testw gave it 13.8 mb write and 18 mb read. Read was probably limited due to my SD card reader.
Other class 4 cards that I have are slower.
Good value for the money.
It worked with an older digital camera that I bought in 2010. Camera was new at that time.
I just bought the wb150f at Best Buy, which matched Amazon's price.
So, I put the card in the camera, with the camera turned on, and off.
Camera tries to turn on, but then shuts down.
Or it turns off after trying to read it.
It's a Class 2. I'm guessing, that's why.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great price for this quality of this product. Plenty of storage and made with durable plastic. I purchased four of these because I take a ridiculous amount of photos and they have... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Katy Cap
was a problem with the listing and I got a pny 8gb flash drive twice. I did let them know about the issue and hopefully it'll get fixed soonPublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works great at holding hundreds of photos. I'm happy with it and with the write speed. It's probably slower than an extreme card, but those can be finicky in my experience.Published 18 months ago by Scott FS