SanDisk Ultra 32GB Class 10 SD Memory Card - Black (SDSDU-032G-T11)
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SanDisk sells cards in various classes. Basically, the higher the class of card, the faster the SD card saves the file (anywhere from 20 MB/second to 95 MB/second). This is important if you want to take advantage of advanced camera functions such as fast action shots, continuous burst mode and multiple frames per second, and HD video (1080p). Photos are written to your card almost instantly at the higher classes so you'll get your best shot, and you’ll save time moving it all from your camera to your computer. If you use these camera functions with a lower class SD card, you may lose data and experience dropouts and stuttering.
ABOUT THIS SANDISK CLASS 10 SD CARD
This is a Class 10 SD card with write speeds of 48 MB/second. This card is great for compact-to-midrange point-and-shoot digital cameras and camcorders. I have used these cards in point and shoot cameras and game/trail cameras for the better part of a decade. I have also used some other brands. However, I've never had a SanDisk card malfunction like the other cards I've used have despite operating in below 0 degree to over 100 degrees conditions and running them through the washer/dryer. The manufacturer claims these cards are temperature proof, water proof, shock proof, and x-ray proof. These Class 10 cards are completely compatible with cameras, laptops, tablets, and other devices that support the SDHC and SDXC formats, and are capable of recording hours of HD video (1080p). These cards vary in their storage capacity (16, 32 and 64, and 128 GB).
The best thing about these cards is that they come with a lifetime limited warranty. However, I doubt that you'd ever use it. If you want quality, you can't go wrong with these SanDisk cards. I hope my review helps!