SanDisk 4 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card SDSDB-004G-AFFP

This is a SDHC card. Trust your memories to the world leader in flash memory cards-and capture your life on reliable SanDisk SDTM and SDHCTM cards.Built for daily, real-life use in all kinds of digital devices, these flash memory cards also serve as easy digital storage to take on the go. So pick up a

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This is a SDHC card. Trust your memories to the world leader in flash memory cards-and capture your life on reliable SanDisk SDTM and SDHCTM cards.Built for daily, real-life use in all kinds of digital devices, these flash memory cards also serve as easy digital storage to take on the go. So pick up a few cards at a time and start building a dependable, space- saving digital library.

Product Features

  • Cards include security feature for protection of copyrighted data
  • SDHC cards are fully compatible with all SD-compliant devices
  • Speed performance rating: Class 4 (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
  • Writeable label for easy identification and organization
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • High quality and reliability backed by a 5-year limited warranty

Comments

Paul E. DuBois Jr. says:

Sandisk 8GB SD Memory Card Works Well 0

LargeHeadedMagoo "LargeHeadedMagoo" says:

Great Class 2 card, but make sure you have an SDHC reader. 0

L. G. CHARLOT says:

High Quality, Economical 8 gb flash memory for still photography The Sandisk brand of flash memory cards seems to be the best all-around quality. This particular card is a good value, I paid around $12 for it. It arrived in bulk packaging, meaning without a re-useable case. The newer Sandisk cards are black, so I assume this blue card is a year or two old model, but that’s okay. I have had a few failures with Transcend and Kingston memory cards, but all of the Sandisk cards I own are still working, even the oldest ones. This Class 4 card will give adequate performance for capturing stills in any digital camera that uses SDHC cards, and it will capture Standard Definition (640 x 480) video. It might not be fast enough to record High Def video in some cameras, but in my Canon 60D, I have been able to shoot full HD videos up to three minutes long with no problems. This probably pushed the card to it’s limits, as the User manual for the 60D clearly states that a Class 6 card is recommended as the minimum for HD video. A class 10 SD card is probably the…

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