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16GB $9.99 at SEARS  Same card is $14 at Amazon.   Plus 3% Sears FW Cash Back

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Description Item # 00337572000P Model # SDSDU-016G-A11SanDisk Ultra - Flash memory card - 16 GB - Class 10 - SDHC UHS-IGet the high video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080p), plus more speed to catch the shot with your point and shoot camera. With SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards you'll benefit from faster downloads, higher capacity, and better performance to capture and store more Full HD video. SanDisk Ultra UHS-I card is water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof, compatible with SDHC digital devices, and come with world-class customer support. SanDisk Ultra SDHC UHS-I card is the excellent choice for your point-and-shoot camera and camcorder to capture top quality Full HD video (1080p) and amazing pictures. Featuring speed class 10 for the highest video recording performance available and more speed to take better pictures instantly.

  • Class 10 performance for Full HD video (1080p)
  • Writeable label for easy identification and organization
  • Jewel case to protect your card during storing and archiving
  • Water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof
  • Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss

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Any codes to make this sweeter?  Trying to compare to 16 and 32 GB i got over BF weekend.

Also, anyone got a quick Spec sheet on the different classes?  I have older class 4 stuff, and need to see if Class 10 is worth buying new, or if old stuff is still good enough for camera's and stuff... 

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Technologist said:   Any codes to make this sweeter?  Trying to compare to 16 and 32 GB i got over BF weekend.

Also, anyone got a quick Spec sheet on the different classes?  I have older class 4 stuff, and need to see if Class 10 is worth buying new, or if old stuff is still good enough for camera's and stuff... 

  correct me if I am wrong, but class 10 is for recording hi-def video

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Faster cards generally mean better recording of video and are generally nicer if you take lots of high MP pics in bursts. But I generally find that I get better performance (faster ability for my camera to be able to empty it's buffer) when I have faster random write speeds, which aren't advertised. I check all my cards with CrystalDiskMark. I've had lower class cards that perform actually better than higher class cards. In GENERAL, I've had best results with SanDisk cards vs all the other brands I own...and I do own a lot of cards.

That being said...if you are just taking one or two pics at a time...most older (slower) cards are more than enough. Faster cards would be overkill. And you need to make sure your camera can handle SDHC or SDXC if you are going to purchase a high-capacity card.

I am, however, just an amateur...so there's probably more that goes into it that I don't know about.

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Class describes formatting.

A Class 10 card may not work in a HD video camera made when Class 4 and Class 6 cards were being used for HD video.

In my experience, older still cameras (Nikon D40) are more tolerant of high class cards than older HD video cameras (Canon HF10).

Although both cameras are old and pre date Class 10, the Nikon SLR can record on a Class 10, but the Canon HD video camera can do nothing with one.


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Technologist said:   Any codes to make this sweeter?  Trying to compare to 16 and 32 GB i got over BF weekend.

Also, anyone got a quick Spec sheet on the different classes?  I have older class 4 stuff, and need to see if Class 10 is worth buying new, or if old stuff is still good enough for camera's and stuff... 

  correct me if I am wrong, but class 10 is for recording hi-def video

 

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Sweet deal

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Thanks OP. Just ordered one for pick up so i dont have to pay for shipping.  bought a dslr and i hope this is a good quality product to use with that.

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Nice Deal OP. Got mine waiting for me at the store. Needed it for my new GoPro.

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goPro needs MICRO SDHC.  I don't think this is that.

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