SanDisk Extreme - Flash memory card - 32 GB - Class 10 -SDHC
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- Fast speeds of up to 30MB/second - CLASS 10
- Offload photo/video content at record rates
- Maximizes you camera's continuous shooting abilities
- Designed to perform in the most extreme conditions
- Some Canon camcorders do NOT support class 10 speed rating when recording video in MXP/FXP mode
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This card isn't cheap, but I can totally recommend it. It is both fast and large (over 1900 RAW pics, I would guess 5,000 JPEG pics). I totally believe in RAW. What is the point of the $1500 zoom or $500 prime lens if the detail is never saved to memory? RAW gives you far more editing and photo recovery options than JPEG. Taking JPEG photos with a cheap card is like putting a cheap non-coated UV filter on your expensive lens. Take a laptop/netbook and something like HP SimpleSave 2 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive HPBAAD0020HBK-NHSN (Gloss Black) and you are all set to take as many RAW pictures as you want.Read more ›
haven't heard yet from canon, but hopefully they have a fix for this glitch. can't say much about the card itself - i'm sure it's great - it works fine in my still camera - this is canon's problem for sure but since many folks might be looking at this card for that camera, it's something to look out for.
The reason for wanting a large capacity card is because RAW files are fairly big and will eat up space in no time. The last thing you would want underwater is to run out of card space!
There really is no reason for a Class 10 card for photography as the camera buffer will take care of any card speed issues but I did want to be secure not to have buffer over-runs when taking video. Shooting HD video pushes a great deal of data to the card and it must be ready to write it. Canon recommends no less then a Class 6 for the T2i.
My final requirement is of course the most important, I also don't want to risk a card failure when that once in a lifetime photo is right in front of me. Knock on wood, I have never had a SanDisk card fail but I have used other brands that did. It is worth the extra money that SanDisk cards cost to know my photos and videos will make it from 100 feet underwater to my laptop in the hotel room without a glitch.
I used this memory card for 10 days in Grand Cayman shooting hundreds of photos and videos per day with all expectations met. To me it is worth the money and is a lot less then I would have spent just 10 years ago on film and developing.
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San disk is my favorite hiwever this unit is known as a b unit otherwise know as broken. In electronics its a scam the ones discarded can be bought by 3rd party as parts well this... Read morePublished 16 months ago by PhillyCheese
Have had frequent memory issues with this card. I wouldn't recommend keeping anything on it you can't download for free again. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Will Conway