Reviews and Problems with Silicon Power SDHC Class 10
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17 January 2011
Excerpt: When it comes to storage, you can never have enough. This is especially true when you’re on vacation and want to take a picture of everything. If you have a high megapixel digital camera or HD camcorder that relies on SDHC memory, you know as well as I do that space for pictures is hard to come by. Silicon Power took this thought process to a whole new level. They knew that not only did you want to take pictures of everything, but you wanted to take them quick.
Excerpt: We all have products that use the Secure Digital Cards. SD has been adapted by nearly all consumer product makers in one form or another. Which form is another story entirely, as there are so many and within each category there are speed ratings. Some devices need to be able to operate above a certain speed to be able to handle the tasks given. This is where the class structure comes in.
Silicon Power SDHC Class 10 Memory Card - Reviewed
5 January 2010
Summary: The tested product, Class 10 Silicon Power cards work faultlessly and allows camera operation to be considerably smoother, but whether they perform as well in all other types of cameras we are unable to say.
You would think that if they work in the “fussy” Sanyo you could almost bet they will work fine in all of the other cameras that are likely to be less discerning.