SanDisk 8GB SDHC Memory Card (RETAIL PACKAGE)
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- Compatibility: Compatible with SD or SDHC supporting host devices
- Security: Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
- Storage temperature: -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC)
- Operating temperature: -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85 ºC)
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Note: Be aware that not every digital camera has the capability to read memory cards above a certain ceiling (my Canon Powershot SD630 can only read memory cards up to 2gb), so make sure your camera is capable.
I use this memory card for my Canon Powershot G7. With the shooting function on Manual, recording pixels at M1 (2816x2112, enough quality for an 8x10 printout), compression at Superfine, I can take a max of 1915 photos or 64'50" of video at 1024 High Resolution. At around $50, this is a good price, although I'm sure in 10 years we'll have 1tb memory cards for the same inexpensive price and this comment will be scoffed at for being sooo from the '00's.
I'd recommend this product to anyone who will be traveling for an extensive time and won't have the chance to dock to a computer and upload their pictures.
If your device recognizes SDHC cards, then by all means go forth and thrash. You won't find a better card for the price.
This transfer rate is fine for most devices, but takes 3 times as long to copy files back and forth from your computer.
Please also note that older card readers are not able to handle SDHC (HC stands for "High Capacity"). Some card readers are good for only 1 GB, some go up to 2 GB or 4 GB, but only the latest generations are capable of 8 GB.
Lastly, if you are using Windows XP, you may need to either add Service Pack 3 or add a patch before the high capacity card can be recognized by your system.
I recommend adding the patch rather than SP3. Some things haven't been working quite right since I installed the latest service pack from Microsoft - you may not wish to take that chance...
Note on HD video recording capacity and cost. My Canon 60D needs 355 megabytes, more or less, per minute of HD video, so an 8 gb SD card will hold only about 22 minutes worth of video clips, with 4 gb being the maximum size of any single clip. That's three 8 gb cards for 1 hour of HD video; cost is about $90 for class 10 cards. By comparison, the Canon HV-40 HD camcorder stores a full hour of HD video on a single Mini-DV tape that costs about $2.00, and there is no inherent limit other than the 1 hour length of the tape, on long a single video clip can be.Read more ›
After chatting with a few people in the Kindle Discussion room, I found that others are succesfully using SDHC cards in their Kindle's, but Amazon Kindle Tech Support told me that they will not support SDHC cards at this time, should they fail.
So being an avid reader, I took the chance and ordered the SanDisk 8GB SDHC card and it works like a champ in the Kindle. I've loaded 7 books to it already and can read and write to it without a problem. Be aware though, that only 7.3 GB of space is available on the card for storage when used in the Kindle.
I have had no problems with any of the SanDisk SD, SD Micro, or XD cards I've purchased over the years. They are reliable & durable and I will continue to purchase this brand again in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I bought it this was considered, just, below state of the art. Today for same price (around $15) I can get 32GBs! No problems with this!Published 17 hours ago by Willyblues
Works great. Good price! No issues in any of my trail cameras (Bushnell, Primos, Reconyx).Published 5 days ago by Prime Customer
It arrived in a timely manner, and works OK. But the speed of writing to the card is fairly slow. The actual write speed was not mentioned
in the advertising for it, nor is... Read more
Standard quality.San Disk has been around a long time.Always found them to be reasonably priced.Published 1 month ago by bliksim