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|10-18-2011 01:49 PM|
|10-18-2011 01:02 PM|
|coolpal||thx bought one... the generic C10 cards I have do pretty ok in my T2i, but sometimes refuse to shoot 720p 60fps video... I'm hoping the Sandisk is worth the premium.|
|10-18-2011 12:31 PM|
|anelly||How are these cards so cheap now? I bought this 10 months ago for like $150... Or did I buy something else..?|
|10-18-2011 11:22 AM|
Is a Canon T2i considered a high end DSLR? Even on my Class 6 or Class 10, sometimes I get hiccups while recording 48mbit/s 1080p video (the default video setting) You can see an on-screen indicator that the buffer is filling, happens randomly. Also, forget about snapping 18mp pictures while recording 1080p video with these cards (which the T2i can do)
|10-18-2011 11:12 AM|
but 95% of people viewing this deal knows what this card is for, and it's advantages.
|10-18-2011 11:07 AM|
|10-18-2011 11:05 AM|
Thanks, OP, for reminding me to look... yet again... for some decently-priced SD cards for my Canon HD camcorder. It will not, won't not read none Class 10 cards and I was miffed at the prices of Class 6 cards. Found some Sandisk 16gb Class 4 cards on Amazon for $19.99, look to be identical to the Sandisk cards I already have. They cruise along with full-HD speed even though marketed as Class 4... If anyone wants some good Sandisk 16GB cards and doesn't really NEED Class 10, here they are:
Oh, and I have Transcend 16GB cards, too, and they've been fine in MY experience.
|10-18-2011 11:04 AM|
not useful if you take pics slower, but when you're trying to capture action, it helps a LOT.
and yea, the only buyers of this card are the dslr users. pocket cams have no need for this. their burst is too slow.
|10-18-2011 11:01 AM|
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|10-18-2011 10:47 AM|
BestBuy also has this for $29.99 in case you want this right away or have some gift cards to use:
|10-18-2011 10:19 AM|
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|10-18-2011 10:14 AM|
|buzzman||The same card is on-sale at Best Buy for the same price - maybe this is a so-so deal?|
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