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|09-23-2011, 01:19 PM||#1|
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Mini SD memory card for your go-pro, 30.00 for 32gb
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|09-23-2011, 01:50 PM||#2|
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Good find... But size is NOT the only thing one should consider. This is a Class 4. I'm taking forever transferring files from a class 6.
"What Speed Do You Need?
To help you find the right speed, SD/SDHC cards are broken down into four classes: Class 2, Class 4, Class 6 and Class 10. Class 2 cards offer a minimum sustained data rate of 2 megabytes per second (MBps), Class 4 of 4MBps and Class 6 of 6MBps and Class 10 of 10MBps. Depending on which manufacturer is selling the card, the speed class will either be prominently displayed or buried in the specs. Either way, look for it.
For standard definition camcorders, an SD/SDHC card with a Class 2 speed is all you would need. It’s fast enough to handle the highest quality standard definition video you can record. For high definition camcorders, you’re safest going with a Class 6 card. While you may be tempted to spring for a Class 10 card, you'll be paying for performance you don't need in a digital camcorder."
However what it does not list is downloading from the card to your computer...
"When USB 2.0 introduced Hi-Speed USB mode, it boosted bandwidth to 480Mbit/s or 60Mbyte/s. The forty-fold jump from the original USB's 12Mbit/s has paved way for a number of improved devices."