Without going into any of the online stores, I did pick up a package of two 2Gb SD cards at Costco last week for $34. (Oh, Sandisk Ultra II)JonGive me something to shoot..
Hmm, I wonder if two extreme II sd cards are as good as one extreme III 2gb sd card which costs exactly the same..
2 1gb cards? Gives you more flexibility and picture insurance in case something bad happens (very very rare these days)..
Hmm, I wonder if two extreme II sd cards are as good as one extremeIII 2gb sd card which costs exactly the same..
SanDisk Ultra II SD are class 4 cards announced at 15MB/s (not sure about that, comes from the official website, Amazon gives it 10MB/s), whereas the SanDisk Extreme III are class 6, 20MB/s cards. So you'd be better off with the Extreme III, IMO...
I'm looking for a good sd/sdhc flash card that is at least 2gb. Idon't need a superfast transfer rate from the card to the computer,but then again don't want a ridiculously slow one either. I alsodon't want to spent over 70$ on a flash card. Your thoughts would begreatly appreciated..
Google "SD cards free shipping" - if you care about brand names there are some deals.
Http://www.flickr.com/photos/w-photos/full resolution Canon S5 video http://www.filefactory.com/file/8e57cf..
You need to understand the write speed relationship between your camera and the SD, and the buffer size of the camera. Download speed from the SD to the PC is a consideration, but usually not a significant one..
People have a tendency to believe a faster CF/SD is better, but the camera might not be able to take advantage of the speed, or it may have no value to the user depending on their shooting style..
Hmm, I wonder if two extreme II sd cards are as good as one extremeIII 2gb sd card which costs exactly the same.
The sandisk extreme III is great, I've got it and it comes with a micromate, thing to transfer to computer... Get 2 if you must.....