SanDisk Ultra 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card 15MB/s SDSDH-002G-U46
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- Step up to faster performance with up to 15MB/second* read speed; write speed lower
- Store more high-quality images and video with up to 32GB** capacities
- Store more high-quality images and video with up to 32GB** capacities
- Feel confident with a lifetime limited warranty from the world leader in flash memory cards
- Upgrade to SanDisk Ultra memory cards and experience higher performance from your camera
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|RAM Size||2 GB||2 GB||2,000 MB||2 GB||4 GB||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||4 GB||32 GB|
|Flash Memory Type||Secure Digital (SD)||SD||Secure Digital (SD)||SD||SDHC||SDHC|
|Item Dimensions||0.24 x 6 x 4 in||1 x 1 x 0.2 in||5 x 0.57 x 7 in||3.3 x 5.2 x 0.5 in||0.33 x 3 x 5 in||0.94 x 1.24 x 0.09 in|
|Item Weight||1.76 ounces||0.16 ounces||0.8 ounces||0.07 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.16 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||4 GB||32 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||—||—||Class 4||Class 2||Class 4||Class 10|
|Size||2 GB||—||One Size||2 GB||4 GB (2-Pack)||32GB|
Your important moments deserve the speed and reliability of SanDisk Ultra memory cards. Step up to faster shot-to-shot performance, so the shot you want is the shot you’ll get, with up to 15MB/second* read speed; write speed lower.Make sure you’re getting the most from your digital camera with an ultra-reliable memory card from the1 world leader in flash memory cards. Get ready to catch more of the action with storage capacities up to 32GB** so you can keep shooting photos and video worry-free, with less editing in-camera.Built for reliable, real-life use, these high-performance cards also serve as easy digital storage to take on the go. And because solid-state flash memory cards have no moving parts, there’s a lot less wear and tear than disk drives. So pick up a few extras and start building a dependable, space-saving digital library.The speed you get with SanDisk Ultra cards also lets you download images and video faster to your computers, laptops and other gadgets, too. Take your photography to the next level with SanDisk Ultra memory cards.
From the Manufacturer
Get the most out of feature-rich and high mega-pixel digital cameras with the SanDisk Ultra SD 2 GB memory card. Featuring fast transfer speeds and proven reliability, you can trust the SanDisk Ultra SD memory card to capture all of your memories--from fast-action pictures to HD video (compatible device required). The SanDisk Ultra SD and SDHC memory cards come in capacities of up to 32 GB1, so you'll have plenty of space to store all your videos, photos, and music. And now that the SanDisk Ultra SD card features a writeable label, it's easier to keep everything organized.
SanDisk Ultra SD Memory Card
Store movies, music, and videos on your SD memory card.
Quick Write Speeds for HD Video and Fast-Action Photos
Unleash your digital camera's potential with the SanDisk Ultra SD 2 GB memory card. The SanDisk Ultra SD memory card is Class 4 enabled, making it ideal for capturing HD2 video with an HD camera or camcorder. More speed and proven reliability are great for high mega-pixel, feature-rich cameras, which means you won't have to wait on your memory card when taking pictures or videos.
Reduce the Wait When Transferring Video or Photos to Your Computer
Conventional memory cards can result in slow transfer speeds when uploading video or photos to your computer. The SanDisk Ultra SD memory card offers up to 15 MB/sec3 transfer speed, reducing the time it takes to transfer stored files to your computer. And the faster you can transfer your videos and photos, the sooner you can share them with family and friends.
Capture a Full Day's Worth of Memories and More
Today's feature-rich digital cameras take increasingly high quality videos and photos, so there is a greater need for storage space to store these high-resolution files. The SanDisk Ultra SD memory cards come in capacities of up to 32 GB1, allowing you to take plenty of videos and photos without running out of space. With this card, you won't miss those special moments like a rushing waterfall, a game-winning goal, or a child's first skiing trip.
Storage for Video, Data, and Music
In addition to digital cameras, many portable media players feature SD card slots for storing video, data, and music. The SanDisk Ultra SD memory card provides plenty of space for all your TV shows, video clips, songs, and more.
SanDisk Ultra SD memory cards are also ideal for moving files between computers, cameras, and other gadgets.
Writeable Label for Easy Organization
The SanDisk Ultra SD memory card has a blank writeable white space on the front of the card, making it easy to identify your different cards. Use one memory card for all your vacation photos, and another for all your favorite music--the label makes it easy to see which is which at a glance. Rather than inserting cards into your digital device to review the content, simply look at the label and go.
Proven Reliable and Built to Withstand Harsh Conditions
With no moving parts for less wear and tear, the SanDisk Ultra SD memory card provides reliable performance. SanDisk designed the SanDisk Ultra SD memory cards to withstand harsh operating conditions. The cards are waterproof, temperature proof, shock and vibration proof, and x-ray proof4. No matter where your travels take you, you'll always be able to capture the most memorable moments.
SanDisk Corporation is a Silicon Valley-based S&P 500 company. It is a global leader in flash memory cards--from research, manufacturing, and product design to consumer branding and retail distribution. SanDisk holds more than 1,700 U.S. patents and more than 1,100 foreign patents.
A writeable label makes for easy organization
(32 GB capacity shown).
SanDisk's product portfolio includes flash memory cards for mobile phones, digital cameras, and camcorders; digital audio/video players; USB flash drives; embedded memory for mobile devices; and solid-state drives for computers.
The SanDisk Ultra SD memory card is backed by a limited lifetime warranty5.
What's in the Box
SanDisk Ultra SD 2 GB memory card and jewel case.
1 1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
2 HD video (up to 720p) support may vary based upon host device, file size, resolution, compression, bit rate, content and other factors. Please see www.sandisk.com/HD for more information.
3 Up to 15 MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on SanDisk internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes.
4 SD, SDHC and microSDHC card formats up to 32 GB only. Please see www.sandisk.com/about-sandisk/proof for more information.
5 Ten year warranty in regions not recognizing lifetime limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought these for my two older Canon HD camcorders, a Vixia HF 200 (only uses SD cards) and Vixia HF 20 (which has an SD card slot and 32 GB of built in memory). I always record at the highest quality setting, 24 Mbps. My camcorders need class 4 or class 6 SD cards to record at the highest quality setting. Since my camcorders are older, they will not recognize class 10 SD cards, which are actually faster than class 4 or 6. Since the camcorders won't recognize class 10, I need to use memory cards that report they are class 4 or 6. Canon does offer a free firmware upgrade for the older camcorders so they will recognize class 10 cards, but I don't want to ship them to a service center to have that done as long as I can find quality class 4 or 6 cards. If you have an older Canon camcorder and a class 10 memory card doesn't work, that's why. Either buy class 4, 6, or send your camera to Canon to get the firmware updated.
These memory cards will hold about 2 hours and 55 minutes of video at the highest quality setting. I've put them in the camcorders, hit the record button, and let them record until full to ensure that they don't have any buffer over/under run issues. These cards worked perfectly. I always do this when I get a new memory card to ensure it will work. Even great brands sometimes have an issue, and I don't need any surprises when I need the card to work.
I now have enough memory capacity that I can record nearly six hours on each camcorder, in about three hour blocks. I do a lot of two camera shooting and having large capacity memory cards allows me the freedom to not worry about how much "film" I have left. I would definitely buy these again.
have filmed multiple clips at the high resolution of 1080p and have had no problems. There have
been no dropped frames or choppy playback. The Class 6 card appears to be working just fine with
this old movie camera.
I purchased this card in February 2012 knowing I needed a Class 6 or Class 10 card to keep up with
the continuous flow of the movie camera and so opted for the, then, less expensive card. Even with
film cameras, if one is going to take bursts of continuous shots or shoot in RAW format, say at a
sporting event, you will want to start with a 'Class 4' with a minimum of '30MB/s' Read/Write speed.
Do NOT try to use a 'Class 2' card for a movie at all. A Class 4 card might work at a lower definition
from what I understand, but I have not tried it. Often you will find recommendations for which memory
card to use in the camera's manual. You could also go to the manufacturers' web site for guidelines
of which cards to use as well. Usually there is very good information right on Amazon's product page
from the manufacturer that can help you decide which card to purchase.
This is another fine SanDisk card that I purchased from Amazon over 18 months ago and received good
service from the card and from the vendor. I give it 5 stars due to its fine performance and reasonable
price, as well as, quick shipping and minimal packaging.
He reads up to 10 or more books a week either recreationally or for learning purposes, and likes to keep them all organized, bookmarked, and sorted in particular ways to re-access easily.
Once he outgrew the capacity to keep his current collection on a 36gb SanDisk flash memory card -- a dilemma was created. That meant tough choices of what to leave, what to move off or delete, vs always having enough download room to add new books immediately as they hit the market.
Though NONE of the marketing or descriptive info about this particular SDXC type of flash memory card referenced this usage, and primarily only spoke of media such as a camera would store, we took a chance. Rewarded!
His specialty device recognized the 64gb SDXC just as readily as it had the more standard and diversified one that DID mention other types of storage vs that relating to film, camera, video.
Now we just hope what comes next is a step-up in capacity.
While my son has backups and other means to off-cycle part of his collection safely, it's a real convenience as it grows for him to have it portably in one location also from a mobile sense.
Update: 5 months later. If your device doesn't explicitly support XC cards, and this breaks, you're on your own. SanDisk will not cover warranty service for any reason if the card has ever been used in a non-compatible device, despite the fact that XC and HC are exactly the same standard. The only difference between XC and HC is that XC cards come with a different file system. So be very cautious when buying this card, or any other XC card if you're planning to reformat and use in a device that only says it supports HC. Hopefully you won't blow $50 like I did.