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SanDisk Extreme HD Video 16 GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card (SDSDRX3-016G-A21)
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- Capture HD video on Class 10 camcorders and video-enabled DSLRs
- Store up to 4 hours of H.264 high-def video2
- Performance/speed: Up to 30 MB/sec read and write speeds
- Operating temperature: -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85 ºC)
- Compatibility: Compatible with all SDHCTM and SDHCTM UHS-I supporting host devices
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Get the perfect balance of speed and reliability for high definition video and faster shot-to-shot performance with SanDisk Extreme HD Video SDHC cards. Delivering Class 10 video performance with up to 30MB/sec read/write speeds, you’ll be ready to capture HD video on the latest digital point & shoot cameras and DSLRs that have high-definition video recording capabilities. Go with the latest in SanDisk memory optimized for video, and enjoy the ultimate in performance and high-def clarity.
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- The normal one (SDSDX3-016G-A31)
- This "HD Video" one (SDSDRX3-016G-A21)
The limitation of this card is that it normally operates at 20MB/s and only achieves 30MB/s in the few devices that support UHS-I. If your device doesn't specifically state "UHS-I", I would highly recommend paying slightly more for the far faster "normal" version. This is based on research and responses from SanDisk. Hope this helps!
(4-star rating based on the lack of clarity of this caveat in the product description. I have only purchased the other version, but hope that others aren't unaware of their devices likely not realizing their full potential using this card.)
Well, it's not a matter of knowing the brand, now there's different types of card classes and the price ranges differ greatly. Not only that, some cameras can't read really large SD cards to begin with. Then, there's different types of SD cards, some are SDHC, etc. And finally, they come in different sizes, regular, micro and mini! After a lot of Internet research, I concluded that since the S100 supports real 1080P video, etc that THIS card was the right one to get for my particular camera.
If you have an older camera, a higher class SD card doesn't mean your camera will be faster, you'll need to do your own Internet research.
I can only state that this SD card works great in my Canon S100 (12.1megapixels and supports full 1080p video capture). I've used slower class SD cards in the past and the difference in speed is quite noticeable before you can click another picture. (The difference is also noticeable in really cheap point and shoot cameras too, but that's another story)
So when buying an SD card, you should know the following:
1. What class SD card do you need? You don't want to 'overkill' and spend more on a higher class your camera can't make use of.
2. What *physical size*?(most SD-cameras I've seen use the size advertised here, versus micro or mini)
3. Does your camera use regular SD cards or the high speed SDHC cards?
4. If you have an older camera, what's the largest *size capacity* SD card it can even read? (ie. Is it 4gb max, 16gb max?)
Best of luck in your search!
Upon arriving in Europe, the cards almost immediately began acting up. First, they would not allow the camera to shut off - the viewing screen would remain on with all the information displayed even when the camera was switched to "off". Only pulling the cards would turn the camera off. Shortly after that, the cards began to display "CARD DAMAGED OR UNREADABLE" or something like that. Once again, the only thing that would fix it was to pull the cards.
This continued through the whole trip, where I constantly had to pull the cards and hope each time that my photos would still be there afterward. Luckily, all the photos made it, but I had to spend extra money to create backup DVDs at internet cafes to ensure that my photos wouldn't be lost if the cards became totally corrupted.
I arrived home a day ago and have already shipped the cards back for a return. The Sandisk CF cards that I have for my D700 work perfectly every time, so I was surprised by all the issues I experienced with these cards. I wouldn't recommend them.
I needed a higher speed card that would work fine with uncompressed stills and videos shot with my Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera and DIGIC 4 Imaging with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens.
Formatted the card with the camera, and it works just fine. Writing to the card from the camera is fast and I haven't had any errors so far. Reading from the card via computer is decent - of course, that's not nearly as important as the write speed, and is affected by different variables, such as the card reader and the computer itself.
I've had other brands of SD cards fail on me, but never had a single issue with a SanDisk branded card. This card was a no-brainer.