craig001 said: Class 6. Should be fine. Class 10 or UHS-1 is being recommended for video recording. Class 10 and UHS-1 are definitely overkill. The sustainable rate for class 6 SD card is 6 megabytes/second, which is equal to 48 megabits/second. The recording speed of 1080P video for most high def camcorder is about 24 megabits/second (which is way below 48 megabits/second). So, class 6 is more than enough for 1080P video recording.
rcatank said: FYI From my experience any of the PNY Attaché brand drives are shotty.... I had 3 of them from BB and OD over the years 2gb and 2 x 4gb... all died due to corruption within' a year or two.....
So for $4 or w/e don't expect a whole lot...
I'm sticking to sandisk/kingston brands so far and both have worked great... Even jokingly my 512mb Kingston thumbdrive from 2003 still works...
I too didn't like these PNY attache drives last time around, the 16gb size,black/white. The part that slides into the USB port that is usually made of metal was made of a flimsy plastic.I had bought two, and both were unreliable with regard to the OS being able to see them. I waited too long to test them to be able to return for a refund, unfortunately. Read/write speed tests were up to spec.
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