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SanDisk 1GB ULTRA II Secure Digital Card

by SanDisk
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
Price: 8.99
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  • Pack Size (Units): 1
  • Prerecorded Content: No
  • Storage Capacity in MB: 1024
  • Type of Card: Secure Digital Card
  • USB Connectivity: No
  • WiFi Connectivity: No
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSanDisk
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 12.7 x 3.2 cm
Item model numberSDSDH-1024-901
RAM Size1 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00065AO0K
Best Sellers Rank 71,613 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First Available1 Jan 2005
  
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Manufacturer's Description

Ultra fast 1GB SD card ideal for digital photographers.In the fast-paced world of Digital Photography, you rely on your camera and its capabilities. You also rely on your SD cards to be fast, reliable and compatible with your camera.

To meet the needs of professional and advanced photographers, SanDisk has developed new, optimized flash cards that:;Have a minimum sustained write speed of 9MB per second and a read speed of 10MB per second;Take advantage of the advanced features of high mega-pixel digital cameras;Deliver superior speed. Now you can capture those high-resolution images even faster;Do it all with low power consumption, which means longer battery life

Product Description

Ultra fast 1GB SD card ideal for digital photographers. In the fast-paced world of Digital Photography, you rely on your camera and its capabilities. You also rely on your SD cards to be fast, reliable and compatible with your camera. To meet the needs of professional and advanced photographers, SanDisk has developed new, optimized flash cards that: Have a minimum sustained write speed of 9MB per second and a read speed of 10MB per second Take advantage of the advanced features of high mega-pixel digital cameras Deliver superior speed. Now you can capture those high-resolution images even faster Do it all with low power consumption, which means longer battery life

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does the job well, reliable 14 Aug 2009
Fast memory, in good case, does the job well (not much more you can say about a memory card!) SanDisk is still my preferred brand of memory card for reliability.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good value 10 Feb 2009
Very good value that will be hard to beat, Currently using this in my Fujifilm finepix A800 and gives me roughly 250 photos at best quality.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for legacy use 16 Dec 2009
By C Rowe
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Always use fastest memory you can buy. I got this for something that doesn't use high speed cards.
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17 of 39 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars OK Card but could be better for Sandisk! 7 Oct 2007
By Stephen
I was disappointed in this card I am a photographer and use allot of different brands, This card was not that fast compared to the standard card!
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  316 reviews
520 of 521 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent speed and durability 27 Nov 2005
By B. Ha - Published on Amazon.com
As a response to "mom2sarah..." who recommends 2 cards of 512 MB rather than this 1 GB, I have some things to point out
1. It is true that write (and read) a large number of small files to (and from) a 1 GB card is a little bit slower than a 512 MB. However, this card is mostly used in digital camera and today moderate cameras have image resolution of at least 4 megapixels which means around 1 MB per file. And 1 MB is big enough to reduce the difference of transfer speed. For those who use relatively new camera, this difference is hardly noticeable.
2. Occasionally you would want to record some video from your digital camera and of course you don't want your movie to be interupted because of memory limited. In my Canon S2 IS, a super fine video of 620x480, 30fps uses the whole 1GB card just for about 8 minutes. So, using 512MB is even worse.
3. Around the internet, this card is said to be pretty durable, there is no major corruption issue with it. Hence, there is no risk to buy.
4. I have used a lot of SD cards before and this is the fastest among those. I was impressed. The first time I bought this card, I took around 300 pictures (around 400 MB), when I transferred them to my computer, I suspected it would take at least 3 minutes like my other SD cards. But no, it took only a minute flat.
5. In my Canon S2 IS, the actually usable memory is 968MB. The fact is ALL memory storage devices always have a little bit less storage space than indicated by the manufacturer.

I tried to find some cons about this card because they will make the review to be fair. But I must say that I can't find anything to complain about this card.
42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars But beware of FAKES 27 July 2006
By Gordon M. Verber - Published on Amazon.com
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I have over a dozen SanDisk CF/SD cards of varying sizes. They are the most reliable SD cards I have used.

Recently I bought 2 1GB SanDisk cards from "1OnlyNewStuff" in the Amazon marketplace. When I got them I tried them out immediately and they read/wrote OK.

However, when putting one back in the camera something just did not look quite right about it. Comparing my two new "SanDisk" cards to any of my old ones showed that the new cards had no serial numbers, had slightly different physical profiles, and sort of blotchy printing.

Checking on the internet I found that SanDisk counterfeits have long been known on E-Bay. Now they have been brought to Amazon. There is a page at [...] which shows some of the characteristics of the fake cards.

I checked with SanDisk, provided them with photos of the two new disks and SanDisk confirms them as fakes.

The SanDisk pictured on this Amazon Page is real (note the notch on the bottom of the media - lacking on most fakes). Likely media ordered directly from Amazon is going to be OK.

However if you are tempted, as was I, by the lower price from some Amazon merchants when you get the cards inspect them to see if they are real or counterfeit.

SanDisk very promptly will help you with this. For example, if the media has a serial number SanDisk can confirm if it is valid. If it has NO SERIAL NUMBER, then don't bother SanDisk - because ALL actual SanDisks have serial numbers (and a lifetime guarantee)
342 of 395 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better to get Two 512 MB Sandisk Ultra Cards...Here's Why 13 July 2005
By Kimmy11 - Published on Amazon.com
This is in response to the first reviewer's valid observation/comment, notably that "This card seems to have a good transfer rate when copying a small number of large files. However, it still crawls when compared to my panasonic 256MB SD card that is much older when copying a large number of small files." The reason for this is that the bigger the card, the longer the recycling time between shots or uploading or downloading files. The best explanation I heard is that info processing in memory cards is similar to it running around a track - the bigger the card, the longer it takes to get around the track. That's why I ALWYAS recommend people who insist on having 1 Gig memory to buy TWO separate 512 MB cards! Also, in the slim chance your card gets corrupted, you won't lose ALL of your precious photos. Btw, I have owned the ULTRA II versions of their Compact Flash Card, Secure Digital Card, and Memory Stick and have never had any problems. But it's always advisable to be "safe than sorry". Finally, unless it's an older camera, your camera will most likely benefit from the increased speed these cards allow. Therefore, I wholeheartedly believe they are worth the extra cost. I do NOT recommend the regular Sandisk cards however - they are Overpriced and SLOW.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ultra II is 60X write speed, 66X read speed 14 April 2006
By Anonymous - Published on Amazon.com
Not sure why SanDisk hides the speed rating of this card on the back of the package in small print, but this card has a 60X write speed (9MB/second), and 66X read speed (10MB/second).

The increase in write speed while taking pictures was noticeable with a Canon PowerShot SD400 (a 5 megapixel camera with image sizes of about 3MB set at highest quality).

This large card can hold over 300 pictures for my PowerShot.

So no problems with the card, but it's only a few days old.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great card 16 April 2006
By R. Ali - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this card for my Canon S2 and it works so great that I bought another one not long after. The speed is excellent. I can actually scroll through photos on my camera with no delays and downloading to my pc is pretty fast.

The card holds over 400 photos including a 10 minute video clip, all at the highest quality. I am very pleased with this card.
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