SanDisk 16GB Micro SDHC Memory Card w…


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jfausmith I needed an SD card for my camera and Sears had the best price on them and they had some in stock. Was really glad that I could stop the store on my way home from work because I needed it that night.

HDDad Since purchasing a Canon flash-based HD Camcorder, I've become a real fan of this format for home video. Granted, I'm updating from an older tape based camcorder, I think this is the right direction for managing and editing home video. Using flash-based (or Hard-Drive, for Sony users) media that's easily transferrable to your PC for saving and editing is so straightforward. I've been using a set of 500 GB Seagate portable drives for video data storage. This system has worked well - no more drawer full of tapes taking up space. With 2 of these cards and the built in memory on the camera, you have 12 hours of HD recording time,and data space that fills only a tenth of a 500GB portable hard drive. That's alot of space in just a few pieces of media. Highly recommended - get an extra battery, you've got a lot of recording to do!

Toby and Miles' Dad I've only had it for a few weeks. But this card lets me record AVCHD on my Canon Vixia HG20 at it's full bitrate (24 Mbits/s). Not only that, but it even buys me a few extra minutes of record (5 minutes with the battery that comes with the camera, more for larger batteries) and playback time (I believe about 10 minutes more with the stock battery, and more for larger batteries).



I can't comment on it's long term reliability as I haven't used this card long enough, but SanDisk has always done well for me. Case in point: I've had two 2 gig SD cards from their Extreme II line, and they've been 100% reliable for over 3 years!

Dr. Doc I've only had it for a few weeks. But this card lets me record AVCHD on my Canon Vixia HG20 at it's full bitrate (24 Mbits/s). Not only that, but it even buys me a few extra minutes of record (5 minutes with the battery that comes with the camera, more for larger batteries) and playback time (I believe about 10 minutes more with the stock battery, and more for larger batteries).



I can't comment on it's long term reliability as I haven't used this card long enough, but SanDisk has always done well for me. Case in point: I've had two 2 gig SD cards from their Extreme II line, and they've been 100% reliable for over 3 years!

Fun with Cameras Been recording on the highest quality and video is very good and i have been able to record more than I would have expected. Also been a breeze to transfer to my computer (mine has a slot for the card on the computer) and editing has gone great

Gaff Man I'm using this on a 2-camera doc shoot (sony ex1 and ex3) with the mxr e-films SD to SXS adapter, as well as sony's SD to SXS adapter. This 16GB Video HD SDHC from SanDisk works great for regular-speed video. It does not work dependably for slow-motion video that requires a higher data through-put.

We're shooting at 1080p24fps HQ mode.



One thing to know for EX1/EX3 users: there is an occasional problem of the camera throwing an error and complaining that you have to "Restore the media" on the card. It only happens maybe every ten hours of recording time, though. I can't pinpoint if it's a heat issue -- it seems random. It does seem to only happen after takes longer than 40 minutes. But I've never lost footage -- I just eject and re-insert the media card, do a "Restore," and it's all good.



I would not recommend this for super mission critical work. But it is a god-send for docs where you want to be able to have 12 to 20 hours of blank media available -- doing that with Sony brand SXS cards would be cost prohibitive.

Videoguy I use Sandisk cards for many years now and nevr had any problems with them, very reliable and fast. I'm using it with my Canon HF S100 at max bitrate of 24MB/sec. Interestingly the S100 camera didn't recognize the Class 10 30MB/Sec card so I had to get this one. The support said that the Canon HF S100 is not ready class 10 speed cards...

tonydacrow I use this memory card in my Canon T2i DSLR. In addition to 18Mb still photogs, his particular camera also shoots 1080 HD video at 24, 25 or 30 FPS. In order to capture all that data quickly enough, a class 6 card is needed. Cheaper cards claim to be class 6 but either don't have the specs or malfunction fairly quickly due to the enormous amounts of heat generated by the camera in video mode. In my experience, that has never been a problem with SanDisk. Buy with confidence!

dshwed I use this in my Canon HF-10 HD Cam. I always use Sandisk products and have never had an issue till this card. It is not BH's fault ... just one of those things that will happen in production. [...].It is plenty big for about 2hrs of super high HD video on the least amount of compression. No issues with the size.For the only reason that it failed on my is why it gets 3 stars.

Uncle Floyd This is used in a Canon HD video camera. I have had no issues with it, as opposed to another brand's supposed class 6 rating which the camera wouldn't even recognize. Good price, good product. Have never been disappointed by SanDisk products.



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