Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition SD Plus 4GB
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12 March 2013
Summary: If you want USB ease built-in, then these are the best SDHC you can get currently, at least that I can find. Other companies introduced comparable products, such as the Duo SD product of OCZ Technology and the 3 Way [microSDHC, SDHC, and USB] product of A-DATA, which was available in 2008 only.) This is also Class 6 (minimum 6MB/s) and the all black ones are only class 4. That's fast enough for whatever you are doing unless it's lots of HD video.
Summary: This is a great unit for any photographer. I use this w my Nikon d3100 as I found a site recommending the piece due to write speed. Having two allows me to have backup for when I take a lot of pictures or video. The great part about this piece is the ability to plug directly into a USB port allowing me to download and put pictures on Nana's laptop immediately. Great unit and a good price for speed, quality and ease of use.
Summary: It's pretty fast, I hesitate to use it in USB since it doesn't really feel sturdy to me that way but it's good to have in case you don't have a SD reader to put it in. Also works great with ReadyBoost on Windows 7. It is slightly faster on SD than USB but that might just be my computer.
Summary: I love these cards. I've been using the Ultra II SD Plush cards for a few years now and when I purchased a new camera I decided it was time to increase the memory capacity and speed. While I do wish they came in class 10, class 6 is still speedy enough and works fine. It is so convenient to be able to take the card out of the camera and plug it directly into any computer.
Summary: I bought my first one of these in 2005, when a 1GB SD+USB card cost me $150. 6 years later, there's still a "Wow" factor when you hand someone a memory card and break it in half into a tiny thumb drive. I don't know why these never took off, but I'm glad they're still around. I wish they came bigger, but 4GB is sufficient for almost anything. I keep one on my keychain in the same case my original 1GB card came in. Excellent price for these, too.
Summary: I purchased this SD card because I am familar with the Sandisk Ultra II SD Plus Card. I used the SD Plus cards for my digital cameras. When I need to make an upload, I don't need to carry a seperate SD card reader or carry a USB cord and read it from the camera (which takes away it's battery power). The Sandisk Ducati edition is a Class 6 (vs Class 4 with the Ultra II) and I have noticed some increase performance in my GoPro camera.
Summary: This neat little SD card caught my eye on the B&H site, and the few reviews I found sounded pretty good, so I decided to give it a try. It's so cool! The look of the regular card function alone, plus the neat keychain case it comes with, are really appealing. The built-in USB is really helpful, as well, so that I don't have to carry my camera's cable or a card reader everywhere I go. After using it several times back and forth, I'm really sold on this card.