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A-Data Turbo 8 GB - Class 6 - SDHC

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      26.09.2010 17:07
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      ** Adata 8GB SDHC Class 6 flash card **

      ** Adata 8GB SDHC Class 6 flash card **

      The internal memory of my digital camera was limited so I decided to buy an external memory card. Since my digital camera records High Definition (HD) films, I decided to opt for an 8 gigabyte (GB) Class 6 card. I came on his Adata 8GB SDHC Class 6 flash card.


      The Adata SDHC Card comes in a small plastic package. The packaging is recognized by the bird on the outer face. The amount of memory is also clearly indicated. A transparent plastic is covering and this keeps the card in place. On the back of the package you can find information about the warranty, customer service and online downloading software. The memory card itself has various shades of blue and white and also shows the amount of memory. On the back you can clearly see that the gold contacts that will be are connected to your camera. The memory card is definitely not as small as the one in a mobile, because I think he's more than 2.5 cm long and 1.5 cm wide. He is thin.


      The card can be slipped easily into my camera. After he clicked and I got my camera opening closed, the card is ready to use. I do not have to format it. Class 6 means that you are guaranteed a minimum writing speed of 6 megabytes (MB) per second or higher. I note at least that transferring photos and videos is fast and certainly a lot faster than the memory card of my cell phone. Also reading pictures and videos on my camera is very fast and smooth. And this Class 6 memory card is perfect for HD recording. 8 GB, especially if you only take pictures with the high def, depending on how many MB per photo, you can have a lot of pictures. So I make pictures of about 5 MB each, so I have more than 1500 photo on the memory card. Because I also make movies that are about 1 GB per quarter to film, is not a luxury to have 8 GB.


      I have used the 8 GB SGHC Adata Class 6 memory card about four months now and am very satisfied. All photos and movies I have successfully transferred to my PC, and the transfer is so fast that he finished before I know it. Also viewing the photos and videos go smoothly. There is also an Adata card version with a turbo function that also has 8 GB, class 6, but a write speed of 10MB per second. But personally I think 6 MB per second of the regular version is quick enough. 8 GB for photos maybe a bit on the large side, but for (HD) video recording, I definitely think 8GB is the minimum.


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