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- Transcend 4GB Secure Digital High-Capacity Card (Version 6.0)
- Fully compatible with the SD 2.0 Standard
- Class 6 specification
- Original NAND Flash Chip
- Supports Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct errors
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Fully Compatible with SDA 2.0 specification. Suitable for SDHC compliant devices, SLC flash chip with High Speed transfer rate. Perfect for highend digital devices.
SDHC (SD High-Capacity) is the new generation of SD cards (Version 2.0). Formatted in FAT32, SDHC cards reach a maximum capacity of 32GB and can fulfill the high-capacity demand of the new SDHC devices such as Casio Exilim Z1000/Z600/S600 cameras, Panasonic DMC-L1 camera, and HP printer A/B. Now you can enjoy a high-quality digital life and store all of your MP3 music files, high-resolution pictures, and video clips in your SDHC card.
- Fully compatible with the SD 2.0 Standard.
- Class 6 specification.
- Original NAND Flash Chip.
- Supports Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct errors.
- Mechanical Write Protection Switch.
Capacity: 4 GB
Dimensions (WxDxH): 32 x 24 x 2.1 mm
Endurance: 10000 cycles per logical sector
Flash card type: SDHC
Input voltage: 2.7 - 3.6
Operating temperature (T-T): -25 - 85 °C
USB powered: No
Weight: 2 g
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As other reviewers have said, it is important to check in your manuals and manufacturers websites to see if your device is compatible with these High Capacity cards as they are a relatively new classification - e.g. one of my `older' cameras (four years old) can only use a standard SD card up to a maximum of 2GB and so a 16GB SDHC card is very obviously not readable by that device.
The seller I chose supplies this card in a blister pack with a card case and an SDHC card reader included for £26. I didn't strictly need the card reader, but at this price it's pretty much free and I've found it very useful for uploading documents and images from this card onto `older' PC's that can't read the High Capacity cards.
All in all, this is a high quality card with a huge capacity, which is reliable, fast and represents genuine value for money from a well-established company - and as all Transcend cards come with a lifetime warranty you can't really go wrong. My opinion would be to buy with confidence.
In reply to questions by other reviewers, a Gigabyte is a discrete amount of memory (i.e. not exactly 1,000 megabytes) and the industry `doubles up' this amount for our convenience and so as not to confuse us i.e. 2, 4, 8, 16, 32GB. An `8GB' card's actual capacity is approx. 7.5GB and a `16GB' card's capacity is approx. 14.9 GB and so on... much like a 1761 c.c. car engine is classed as a `1.8'
I hope all this has been of some use!
marked it yet...
represents excellent value for money. bought for my Canon G7. However, its fine for MOST new SD digital cameras made in 2007 and AFTER.
Transcend are market leaders in high quality SDHC Memory cards. 5 Stars.!
lifetime warranty... fabulous!
Im very impressed with how well the card is made, pure quality.!
I have a decent collection of transcend SDHC cards now, and not one has ever let me down at any time, not one single read error, in spite off 1000's of jpegs, RAW'S and Video's.
I think the price of this card has come down a lot in only a few months, but can't see it coming down any further, until the 16GB & 32GB SDHC CARDS begin to take over.
TRANSCEND ARE one of the few SD & SDHC memory card maufactures to offer a full money back gaurentee, with lifetime cover, on all thier kit.!
The MINIMUM speed for class 6 SDHC is 6Mb/s. However, they can and do write/read faster. This Transcend 8GB, for instance, can read at about 18Mb/s and write at 12Mb/s which beats the Sandisk Ultra II cards and nears their Extreme III ones.
As mentioned by previous reviewers, there are compatibility issues with SDHC cards and older SD devices (as in the cards don't work in them) so check before buying one of these cards.
Overall, fantastic value for money.
SDHC cards are classified by the speed that data can be written to the card...class 2 = 2 megabites/sec(min) class 4 = 4mb/sec(min) Class 6 = 6Mb/sec
I also have a Sandisk class 2 card, and even that is fast enough for HD video on my Kodak Z1015...this card is potentially three times as fast, and so I call it a bargain
I have found it works flawlessly for HD video...no problems, and this price is amazing, I have just ordered another
Recommended, the best value I have seen anywhere
I was also suprised to find that it worked in my laptops card reader! the laptop is about 1 and a half years old now!
Transfer speeds are super fast aswell! Very Nice!