Reviews and Problems with Kingston 4GB Secure Digital
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Kingston 4GB Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card
31 December 2012
Summary: I am excited about waiting for my new camera. The card came first. I used it in my old camera. The quality is excellent and I can't run out of memory, unless I don't download pictures for several weeks. It is 4GB and I say right now that should be enough but when I got my 2 GB memory card I said the same thing. Love it!
Summary: I needed a new card. For my digital camera. My son bought me a brand-new Kodak for Christmas. In order to take more than five pictures at once, I needed to insert a memory card. Flash card. Whatever you call it. So I had this used one hanging around. Thought about using it. No go. It has to be a brand new one. Nothing used. So I look up on Overstock.com to see what they have on the site. Kingston....generic, I guess. No matter. It'll work just fine. It does, too.
Kingston 4GB Secure Digital High Capacity Class 4 Card (Pack of 2)
28 June 2011
Summary: These Kingston Class 4 SD cards work well. I like to carry a number of smaller capacity cards instead of 1 or 2 very large capacity cards while traveling in case of loss or malfunction. When shooting in RAW with a Canon 550D, these will hold somewhere around 175 images per card. In HD video mode, the Class 4 is quick enough for writing video with about 15 minutes of shooting time per card.