Reviews and Problems with Kingston SDHC Class 10 SD10V
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Fast reliable storage for my Camera
J. Robson "Reflective Artist & Product Designer", Amazon
14 August 2014
Summary: Very fast and reliable - I use this in my Canon Rebel when doing shoots for friends - that way they can borrow the disk and get pictures made. I have used, re-used formatted the card many times over - never any problems even in "continuous shot mode"
Summary: I bought one for under $7 to try out. I think I will buy another. The one I received is new production Class 10 UHS-1 rating. Used it in my digital camera for a couple of sessions. Response time of camera appears on par with the Ultimate version of this SDHC at half the price.
Pros: Class 10 UHS-1 speed (30MBps read, 10MBps write), Rock bottom pricing
Cons: Nothing to complain about for this price and performance
Excerpt: This card came as a freebee with a camera I bought. I can see why it is free because is extremely slow in downloading images once the camera's buffer is full. Overall, when I buy a replacement card it will be one that is a lot faster than this.
Excerpt: This came with a package deal. If I have any input it would be dont pay the extra $20 for the package deals. Research what is best for you. You get what you pay for. This has a slow read/write speed for my Canon 6D.
Excerpt: If I could have given it a 0 I would have. After first use, less than 300 pictures, card is unreadable in any PC or camera I have. Adorama customer service is just as awful, refusing to take the card back after 39 days - 9 days outside their return policy.
Summary: Works as expected, Reliable - lifetime warranty Take careful note to pick the SD card with the desired "class" - higher is faster. My digital camera is only hapmered by battery life since 32GB will allow me plenty of space to take a ton of pics and a few movies for my trips.