Pros: I recently purchased the xacti vpc-ca9 pocket video camera from Newegg. I wanted to record 720p HD video, but couldn't find a definite statement online as to what speed SDHC card I would need. I bought this one. It may be overkill for my use, but I can confirm that the xacti records 720p without ...
Summary: If I wanted a Class 4 card, I would have specifically bought one. This will not work with my HD video camera, and will result in nothing but dropped frames. If you NEED a Class 6 card, steer clear.
Pros: NONE. The photos lie and specifications lie.
Cons: This is a Class 4 card. Photos show Class 6 on the card itself on here, so do specifications; apparently SanDisk decided to change the specs, packaging and model for the whole product and New Egg decided to not change anything. Maybe that's not the case, but someone messed up somewhere, and now I...
Summary: I didn't know but I had to buy an SDHC reader since mine only reads regular sd cards. Thats not a big deal and something I should have thought of but for others make sure your reader and electronic can use this card.
Summary: Provides alot of space for low cost. I can shoot just about 4hrs of video at 1080p.
Pros: Put this card into my HDGoPro and have shot flawless video in 720p and 1080p. Camera does not support class 6 recording but I did notice upload speed was slightly quicker with this card compared to my older class 4 card.
Summary: 4GB will hold a huge number of JPEG pics (1000 @ 4MB each), and I expect it to hold an hour of video easily. Not all cameras will benefit from super fast (Class 6) cards, so this may be a good fit for many.
Pros: I hoped to use this card on a Canon S5 (records VGA video @ 30 fps, and 8 Megapixel stills of course). It was recognized by the camera immediately, and worked for both stills and video capture. I did a speed test using ChkFlash 1.09 on my XP laptop, and it showed write speed at over 9.5 MB/sec (t...
Cons: SDHC is not universally accepted. I had to load new XP drivers (from HP in this case) for my laptop to recognize it This is the smallest size SDHC card but (per design) if your devices supports 4GB, it should support much larger.
Summary: Hello, SanDisk, and thanks for making a durable and safe product. In the course of my journey as a nightlife photographer, I often come across extremely happy individuals high on the creations of Mr. Mallya and Mr. Monk.