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If you own a high-speed DSLR which is attempting to shove a torrent of data to your portable storage, the basic advice is to make sure you have an SD card which can take the offload without delibarating. A class 10 card will basically mean your modern camera will operate without any data bottlenecks whatsoever. Regardless of the resolution of photo or video you're shooting, you're not limited by anything except your camera specification. I use a Canon 550D SLR at maximum recording resolution with this particular SD card which happens to have buckets of space also. The class speed system also gives you an approximation of how quickly the card can be read, so if you've got 16GB of hefty photos and video to ship to your computer you won't be waiting any longer than absolutely necessary for your media to transfer across. For those who use it, a manual lock feature is present in the form of a small slider on the side of the card. For those without fingernails, I shouldn't worry about it! In summary, it's well up to the task. If you're browsing for a high spec photography device, you'll want one of these to house your recordings.
transcend is a very good company primarily dealing in manufacturing of pen drives and external hard disc drives of 160, 360, megabits external hard discs.In my opinion the company is good as compared to all other companied dealin in such type of business.
I use this SDHC card in a JVC HF100 camcorder. Set at the highest quality I can record 4 hours 20 minutes of video. It represents great value for money as its performance is equal to any Class 6 card, some of which are priced at twice that of the "Transcend" card whilst offering no extra features or performance. Well done Transcend !