Only had the card for a few weeks, and no problems. What can you say about a memory card that works??
Now you have quite a secured way of storing all your memorable photos, favorite music, and games with the SDHC Flash Memory Card from SanDisk. Despite its compact design, this stamp-sized flash memory card is highly secure and can be used in devices that are SDHC compliant. To name a few, these secure digital memory cards can be used in digital cameras, digital video camcorders, digital music players, cell phones, car navigation systems, and electronic books that have SD 2.00 specification. It features a 4GB storage capacity and has the ability to read and write files to the memory card at great speed. The SanDisk 4GB SDHC Memory Card is portable and you can take it with you anywhere you go.SanDisk 4GB SDHC Memory Card:
Warranty: 5 Years, Operating shock rating: 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten foot drop
|Memory Card Type|
Secure Digital, SDHC
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
7.00 x 5.00 x 0.50 Inches
much faster than my last camera/card set up - I thought that 4 gig was as much as I would ever need, - I never take more than 40 or 50 pics at a time before I save them on the computer, and this cards holds 550 pics at 16 megapixels - so this is plenty for me - I am very happy with my purchase
I've purchased Sandisk memory cards in the past and they have always been reliable. I know a lot of people say brand name doesn't matter and that all memory cards are the same, but I prefer not to stray to far into the no-name brands for fear of losing all or some of my pictures or just plain or getting errors on the card. I pretty much stick to Sandisk and my second favorite is Kingston, anything else, I don't use.
This memory card came as a package deal with the Canon camera that I ordered. The SD cards have really come down in price and you can get a big card for very cheap, which is great and I would recommend getting the bigger memory card to anyone. However, now the cards are of a higher technology than our plasma TV, which is about 5 years old. We have a SD card reader in the TV and this card can not be read by our TV, as well as the card reader on our friend's printer, so I guess I am stuck using my older, smaller memory memory card until we get a new TV. Just something to think about if you are in the same boat as we are with the SD reader in the TV/printer.
I purchased a camera for my wife and wanted to get the larger memory for her -- perfect... does exactly what it was purchased for... My only oops is that I decided to buy an extra one for my older camera, a Canon SD550. I thought the Memory cards were defective because they kept showing as locked. Apparently they are too large for the SD550. But the good news is that my wife can now take about 2500 pictures on the two cards!!
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