Not all SD cards are the same
Subject: Storage | May 22, 2006 - 04:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
BCC Hardware compares Crucial's 2GB SD flash card with ones from Soultek and Transcend. Shouldn't your digital camera deserve the best memory you can get it?
'While Crucial's 2GB card is clearly not as fast as Soultek's 150x card, it is plenty fast enough
for today's digital devices. A 7MP camera writes a high quality JPEG file that is around 3.5MB.
The card is fast enough for this file to be written is less than half a second. It really
shouldn't slow you down at all. If you are looking for the fastest card of the two though,
Soultek would be the way to go.'
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