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SanDisk Extreme 8 GB Class 10 SDHC Flash Memory Card (SDSDRX3-8192-A21)
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- 8GB Capacity
- Minimum 20MB/ sec sequential read/write speeds
- Speed performance rating - Class 10 (based on SD 2.0 specification)
- Extended temperature tested - -13º F to 185º F (-25ºC - 85ºC)
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This SanDisk Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card can be used in a variety of digital products including digital music players, cellular phones, handheld PCs, digital cameras, digital video camcorders, smart phones, car navigation systems and electronic books, that conform to the SD 2.00 specification (rated Class 10 for speed and performance). The SDHC Card also contains a security feature for the protection of copyrighted data.
It is high speed USB 2.0 certified for fast data transfer, and its single slot supports both SD & SDHC cards. (Requires Windows 2000, XP or Mac OS X (10.1.2+) Operating System)
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Note: Most of us know this is a SDHC card not a regular SD. Regular SD cards are limited to 2GB, if you see a SD card that states a higher capacity be aware that it is essentially a "hack" and the card will not be reliable. I've read horror stories of entire projects gone down the drain because of those cards. 4GB and above will always have to be SDHC; therefore they will be capable of working ONLY with SDHC compatible devices.
If you read the reviews here, and elsewhere, you'll find lots of frustrated people who got an error recording 1080HD several minutes into a video. Sometimes their card ended up corrupted, and in some cases, they even lost EVERYTHING on the card. That can happen when you use a card that can't keep up with your camera.
While it's rated Class 6, the Extreme is far faster in testing than even most Class 10 cards from other companies. Using ATTO-DISK, the same benchmark software some of the pros use, this card clocks in around 30MB/sec write speeds (class 6 cards only have to meet a minimum of 6MB/sec).
There are also some in-camera tests published that show SanDisk Ultra to be among the fastest. Plus you know SanDisk will honor the 30 year warranty unlike some of the no-name cards.
Most Class 6 cards I've tested, including those from Transcend, Lexar and Kingston, only manage 10MB/sec - 15MB/sec on the exact same benchmark. So this SanDisk Extreme card is 5X faster than the spec, and 2X - 3X faster than competing Class 6 cards. But it does cost more.
Also, for what it's worth, I've had cards from Transcend and A-Data fail. But I've never had a SanDisk or Kingston card fail despite getting heavier use.Read more ›
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I use these in my DSLR camera. I use over and over. They aquire my data fast upload well. and have yet to have one lose data for me. I like the Sandisk product. shipped fast. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beverly Burton
Not quite the quality as the extreme plus, but a very good memory cardPublished 6 months ago by babb230