dealssony 32 gb secure digital high capacity (sdhc…

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The Amazon deal on the Transcend cards is gone, but Buy still has this one running...

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@justinrageth: That's the definition of a Class 10 card that it has a minimum write speed 10 MB/sec. You can't fault the speed for what it is rated for. Class 10 is for full HD video recording and HD still consecutive recording. This is a good price for this size/class card, especially considering it has Sony's name on it which means it's probably made by a decent manufacturer for them since they have a reputation to withhold.

Read this
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital

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@justinrageth: Thanks for that. I saw Class 10 and almost pulled the trigger and didn't pay attention to the write speed. I don't wouldn't have the same confidence in these when recording 1080p in my DSLR as I do with my 45 MB/s cards.

These are probably fine for point-n-shoots, but who needs 32 gigs for point-n-shoots?

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But is it waterproof/shockproof?!

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I dony know if 10mbs is slow but when a company does only a
" Limited Warranty: 12 months parts; 12 months labor "
on their products, its too short,
it should be limited lifetime like Transcend cards are.

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10 mbps=slow for a class 10...ill pass