Kodak High-Speed 32 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card KSD32GHSBNA060 Reviews
Average Customer Rating -4 customer reviews
Fast loading, August 14, 2010
Okay I admit it. I reformatted this drive and stuck it in my computer to ensure greatly fast loading. The machine is an intel core i7 and have 9 gig of fast hit and I thought this might come in handy. It boots fast and is using adjectives but 4 gig of the flash drive for something and I think the four see is a swap file.
All I can say for sure is this infant does some drive intensive activities that used to take a long time greatly faster.
Don't be swayed by 60x speed claim cuz..., September 27, 2010
This is a Class 4 card -- period. This card is not rated for anywhere in the vicinity the fastest speed you can afford, AND often costs more than many sophisticated class cards. Be advised SDHC cards come in classes 2, 4, 6, and, no, 10. The class number corresponds to the minimum constant megabits-per-second speed you can count on. While this is apparently OK for video, most companies that I've see recommend using a faster card. A faster card also means faster continuous still shots.
Great Capacity!, July 6, 2010
Not a single complaint. When plugged into my "Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) HD Camera" (also purchased at Amazon.com) I had 8 hours of video on the middle setting. Much more than I would promising use on a typical vacation.
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