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

SanDisk
SKU: IDSIUMS8GB MFR: SDSDQUI-008G-A46
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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
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Rosemary G  will this work with cannon rebel t2?
W. M  I do not believe that any micro-Sd card that uses an adapter is a wise choice as a primary recording medium in a digital camera designed for full-size SD cards. It is awkward to install and remove, and the adapter is really best used for transferring files from modern devices that use Micros, like phones and pads, to full size computers with SD slots. It might work, but with the cost of these regular-sized cards so low, it is not something I would want to use in my camera. However, I can see people wanting to do it for the purpose of taking pics from camera to phone or I-pad type device. I am just saying it is not an optimal choice. as a storage medium.
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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