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A good card for everyday use...
on 11 July 2012
I use the SanDisk cards because I know they do the job consistently, do it well and are relatively cheap for high capacity class 10 cards that have a decent write speed at 45Mb/s. I've not had a problem with them and use them all the time in varying capacities from 8GB to 32GB in cameras and camcorders. I generally don't like putting my all my photo's/video footage on one card so 16 & 32Gb cards are about as high as I'll go from a storage point of view and as the price of flash memory is dropping this type of card is beoming more affordable. If you're shooting HD video, photo's that take up a lot of memory or photo's in burst mode then you really need a class 10 card with a reasonably quick write speed, and as I've said these are more than up to the task. There are other cards out there but these are the only ones I use these days and I'll continue to use them until the price of the faster write speed cards drops. If you do have a problem with the cards SanDisk have recovery software that will allegedly recover information stored on them, I say allegedly because in three years I've not had to use it.