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Sony 32GB class 10 SDHC
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These are great cards for HD video cameras or RAW photos.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/845973-REG/Sony_sf32nx_tqm...

Same card costs $24 at Amazon.

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Thanks in for 2.

Was hoping for micro. I has a sad now...

I just bought one last night before the discount for $17.95. Great price.

looks like their reg price of $17.99 is a pretty good deal. This is even BETTER!!!

•Max. Read Speed: 22MB/s
•Min. Write Speed: 10MB/s
Is that right? For a Class 10 card???
I just realized after I bought 2 seems low speeds.

In for 3. Thanks op.

cyberpitstop said:   •Max. Read Speed: 22MB/s
•Min. Write Speed: 10MB/s
Is that right? For a Class 10 card???
I just realized after I bought 2 seems low speeds.


Minimum spec for class 10 is 10MB/s (both read and write)
Really high-speed cards will have UHS ratings, but your camera needs to have UHS support to really take advantage of that.

johnny98 said:   cyberpitstop said:   •Max. Read Speed: 22MB/s
•Min. Write Speed: 10MB/s
Is that right? For a Class 10 card???
I just realized after I bought 2 seems low speeds.


Minimum spec for class 10 is 10MB/s (both read and write)
Really high-speed cards will have UHS ratings, but your camera needs to have UHS support to really take advantage of that.
Thanks for the info!!

Not the fastest, but in for 1 anyhow. Always handy to have them for P&S even if they'd slow down a DSLR shooting RAW.

ciscoopa said:   Not the fastest, but in for 1 anyhow. Always handy to have them for P&S even if they'd slow down a DSLR shooting RAW.

It's a class 10 card. It's fast but not as fast as SanDisk Ultra..

rockymast said:   ciscoopa said:   Not the fastest, but in for 1 anyhow. Always handy to have them for P&S even if they'd slow down a DSLR shooting RAW.

It's a class 10 card. It's fast but not as fast as SanDisk Ultra..


SanDisk Ultra has about the same write speed as the Sony. SanDisk Extreme is faster.

cyberpitstop said:   •Max. Read Speed: 22MB/s
•Min. Write Speed: 10MB/s
Is that right? For a Class 10 card???
I just realized after I bought 2 seems low speeds.
Many other manufacturers' Class 10 cards have significantly better write performance, typically in the range of 15-18 MBps. This Sorny card isn't the best for capturing burst shots with high end cameras.
Sandisk used to all be above 18MBps write speed, but they've recently introduced a bottom-of-the-barrel card that only gets 11MBps writes.

I figure I use one as a backup as opposed to a USB drive; I don't like having to plug/unplug those thumb drives. I can keep the SD card in my laptop all the time. Am I missing any disadvantages here?

Is this ideal for the Canon HD Camcorder from FW deal a month ago?

jaymez619 said:   I figure I use one as a backup as opposed to a USB drive; I don't like having to plug/unplug those thumb drives. I can keep the SD card in my laptop all the time. Am I missing any disadvantages here?

Interesting that you should mention this. Just this morning I was researching a similar idea of using one in conjunction with Win 8 File History. Since I don't use much of my hard disk the capacity should not be an issue. After looking around a bit the only downside I have found so far seems to be a somewhat higher failure potential. We don't want to depend on it as our sole backup media but the same thing would go for a USB.

ETA: USB 2.0 480 Mbit/s vs. Read Speed 22 MB/s max. Write Speed10 MB/s min might also be a consideration.

Thanks, these will work great for my raspberry pi!

jaymez619 said:   I figure I use one as a backup as opposed to a USB drive; I don't like having to plug/unplug those thumb drives. I can keep the SD card in my laptop all the time. Am I missing any disadvantages here?

Easy theft of data, if unencrypted...

2cheap2eat said:   Is this ideal for the Canon HD Camcorder from FW deal a month ago?
Yes. I have this card in my Canon Vixia HF R20 and it works fine, even at the highest data recording speed (MXP).
I can pull camcorder files off the card with a USB2 reader at 19MBps (~8GB in 7 minutes).

ETA - Canon manual says you can use Class 4, 6, or 10 (see page 36).



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