Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Secure Digital HC
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SanDisk 4GB Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
24 June 2014
Summary: Was looking for some sd cards for my game cameras and needed 4 more. found a great deal for a package of 10 that were cheaper than buying 4. They work great and now I just change out cards instead of bringing cards in and viewing them and having to take them back out.
Summary: I'm was so tired of buying the "bargain" items only to be disappointed in quality, so when I saw this product I decided "What the heck" it should last a lifetime and I would avoid having to go out shopping for a new disc time and time again. Unfortunately, after buying the island in Dubai, my credit card was denied. Seems my credit limit had dwindled down to just $84,000,000. Being such a loyal customer,I thought Amazon would extend me the credit, but no.
Summary: You know what they say. You get what you pay for. After selling half my body organs along with all of my grandmother's, I feel so pathetic having a 10 speed 32GB card. Now when I go to shoot weddings, I can go to an amateur photographer and say, "Hey, nice SD card. Bet you bought it for below $100,000,000. That probably means you're poor and drive a Toyota Prius and your photos are amateur. Also, my SD card is better than yours because it has the better megapixels.
Summary: Alas, the perfect 4 gb memory card. Many a nights I have lain awake fretting over sub-standard memory cards, but now I sleep soundly knowing I have one-uped every other amateur photographer out there. $10,000 camera? chump change. $20,000 lens? might as well be a toy in a McDonald's kids meal. My pictures of the u-10 soccer games come out crisp and deep with color. Only reason it gets 4 stars instead of 5, the shipping price.
Summary: I was considering buying a 4gb SD card for under $10 until I saw this. It must clearly be a MUCH BIGGER 4gb SD card so I decided - well why not.. Some times you just have to dig a little deeper to get the quality that you deserve.
Summary: My first 4 gb sdhc card was $16.99 but it got corrupted after around a month. Then I got these SanDisk cards. There was a small price difference, but the cards work pretty well. Well, I don't actually know that, I just put them into my camera and haven't tested them out yet. But they fit in the camera pretty well. Sometimes my kids complain, saying "where did all our money go?" and "I'm very hungry, can we get food?
Summary: I can't recommend these cards enough. Fresh from the box, they contain schematics to build a time machine so that you can go back in time, create the company SanDisk, invent SDHC cards then package new SDHC cards containing the schematics to a time machine in 3x5 blister packs of 4GB SDHC cards. Brilliant! And once you have the time machine just imagine all the other Shenanigans you can do!
Summary: This is being used in a cannon powershot camera. For the intended use, it has done the job well without any problems. Some have complained about the speed but that is more the function of the class of the SD card than a problem with the card itself. This is a class 2 card - the slowest of the 3 SD card classes - so expecting this to be a speed demon is unrealistic.