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SanDisk Mobile Ultra 8GB microSDHC Class 10 Memory Card with SD Adapter

SKU: IDSIUMS8GB MFR: SDSDQUI-008G-A46

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$8.95
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Product Highlights

  • Compatible with most devices with a microSDHC card slot
  • 8GB storage capacity
  • Secure Digital adapter
  • SanDisk Media Manager software allows you to easily organize your media
  • Class 6 (HD) Speed Class
  • 30MB/s (200x)
  • Holds 8GB
SanDisk 8GB UHS-1 microSDHC: Picture 1 regular $8.95

About SanDisk 8GB UHS-1 microSDHC

The SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC Class 10 memory card features a 8GB capacity so you can easily store your documents and media. The included Secure Digital adapter allows easy file transfer from your device to a PC.

SanDisk 8GB UHS-1 microSDHC Features

  • Compatible with most devices with a microSDHC card slot for wide-ranging use
  • 8GB storage capacity offers plenty of space for important photos, videos, documents and more
  • Up to 30MB/sec. data transfer rate enables fast read and write speeds
  • Secure Digital adapter ensures simple file transfer from your device to a PC
  • SanDisk Media Manager software allows you to easily organize your media

SanDisk 8GB UHS-1 microSDHC Specifications

Storage capacity
8GB
Data transfer rate
30MB/sec
Compatible with
Most devices with a microSDHC card slot
Mfr #
SDSDQUI-008G-A46
SKU
IDSIUMS8GB
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Rosemary G  will this work with cannon rebel t2?
Andrew R  Do you mean the T2i? The T2 is a film camera and does not record digitally. This card should work with the T2i.
Shopper  What is the difference between the mobile card and the other card??
JANICE J  Sorry, don't know the answer to this..... also your email did not identify what the "other card" is....
Shopper  may be my question will look like not a professional at all: what the difference between Class 6 and regular ultra?
JIM S  I've used both Sandisk Class 10 (Ultra) and their and other's Class 6 and the difference is measurable, but not significant (16 vs 20 MB/sec capable~~only using about 10-12 Mb/sec anyway). Never had a Sandisk go bad, competitors (one beginning with "K" and another "L" had to be returned for exchange)~~both did so, but never had to send Sandisk memory back! Better security in not losing data, if it never goes bad!!!!!! Class 6 is fine for my Canon S100 (almost DSLR) camera, both pictures/video capture! NEVER get/use std SD base memory speed for newer cameras.
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