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X10 SDHC card type

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macneubie

Greetings from a new X10 owner and member of the X-series here. :) not sure if this is mentioned before, but what type of SD card you load into the X10? I have gotten a free transcend 16GB class 10 as a bundle package and bought another 32GB sandisk UHS-1.

First impression on the burst mode (not a very thorough test though) seems like both cards are equally fast, which may imply the camera does not take advantage of faster cards like the 45MB/s sandisk.

What are your thoughts on this?

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macneubie

Ooops! Should have posted in the X10 folder, moderator can help shift it to the appropriate subsection? Gracias.

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I've been using a class 10 with decent results, though it can be a bit sluggish on write times, and subsequently image review times if I try to check the result right away. I'll probably invest in a UHS-1 card in the future, like I use with my X100.

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macneubie

OK, gotten some info from Sandisk website. quite confusing towards the higher spec cards...

SDHC Class 4 - up to 15MB/s (100x)

SDHC Class 6 - up to 20MB/s (133x)

SDHC Class 10 - up to 30MB/s (200x)

SDHC Class ?? - up to 45MB/s (300x) - labelled as UHS-1

SDXC Class 10 - up to 95MB/s (633x)

Also, their classification appears to be different among vendors.

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jgrockwell

I am using the Sandisk Extreme Pro 16 gb. I will test it out tomorrow during my basketball run

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