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Transcend 16GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card

Released on 01 October 2010

Manufacturer: Transcend

(6 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 high speed card for hd recording ,low price

| | See all SAMSUNGFAN's reviews (3)

Well worth the money
I use it with my panasonic 100fz camera,and sony hx5 for hd movies.
It handles these recordings without any problems and gives me good quality even when panning.
Delivered for free within3-4 days
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 Bargain price for a 16GB Class 10

| | See all NewmarketMark's reviews (25)

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I use this on a Panasonic Lumix G2 DLSR which also has high def video recording. It works absolutely fine with very pleasing , fast performance. I use the card on a MacBook Pro to transfer pictures and movies and works just as you would expect from a much more expensive other brand card.

 A Bargain

| | See all Dead1nside's reviews (6)

I only tested it really quickly, 15GB available space formatted as FAT32. I transferred a file using Linux, and I was getting around 14MB/sec write speed.

You only get the card, no case or anything.

It really is such a bargain, as Class 10 is worth it.

Only thing letting it down is the blue colour, most of my gadgets are black :b

 You get what you think u are getting

| | See all Freddae's reviews (2)

Unlike many cards that claim this but you get that, this card does what it says on the package - up to 20MB/s. When I tested in my desk top usb2 reader thru CrystalDiskmark at 50 MB setting it was just over 20MB/s reading and a touch under 20MB/s writing. Very cheap for such a high consistant performer. Just make sure your reader is up to it. Oh use the free sd formater which does a better job than the OS inbuilt one, from SD association. It can improve performance