Transcend SDHCカード 4GB Class10 TS4GSDHC10
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I've used quite a lot of SD cards and Transcend has been one of the ones I tend to personally use/favour over other makers.
A good class 10 card meets and exceed the requirement for that speed rating.
Test results: (average of 10 tests)
Write times: 14.5-15.2 mb/s
Read times: 18.3-19 mb/s
Bear in mind your results might vary (cards will write at different speeds depending on the file sizes) I've used camera files for this test (jpeg and raw) to give a reasonable indication of speed in the real world.
Overall that performance is pretty good, though a bit behind the Fujifilm class 10 cards I also bought
This class 10 card performs above it's rating and is quite fast overall. You will have little problems with shooting HD video or burst sequences. Of course there are faster cards around if you are really pushing things burst shooting wise.
I have no problems to report with the class 10 transcend cards, no signs of corrupt images or lost files (so far)
Update July 2013:
I lost this card and replaced it with a Sandisk 16Gb extreme 45mb/s one, which about doubles the performance (read and write) for about £5 extra I think it's worth going with the Sandisk, which is also more robust build wise. I also tested a Fuji 16Gb class 10 and that was faster than the Transcend too for a similar price. I'm not sure the Extreme pro is worth buying unless you need the extra speed for burst shooting. Decent as this card is I think there are better ones out there. Downgraded to 3 stars. Decent card, and was reliable but nothing mind blowing
I have used every function (recording, copying, deleting,...) and so far all four Cards work perfectly. I have many Transcend Flash Cards and USB Flash Drives and once again it has proved to be a reliable brand.
With regard to the size of 16GB, as a four minute MOV movie from my Canon uses about 1GB of space compared to about 120MB for the same length High Definition AVI from my Vivitar, my next purchase will probably be a 32GB one to save some swapping. I will of course buy a Transcend one, or two, or three...
I have used Transcend Memory cards before and not had a problem with them. I read somewhere that these were one of the few that are never faked.
As the description says, Frustration Free, inside the Amazon envelope was a Transend envelope and inside that was the plastic case with the memory card in, much better than trying to wrestle open the normal bonded packaging.
The card is of class 10 which is the second fastest data transfer card currently available and is capable of transfer speeds up to 10mb per second. Apparently this makes them suitable for full HD recording and consecutive HD Video. As it will be used in a Nikon D800 DSLR which has a 36mb picture size and is capable of video this class should be ideal.
The card has a small switch to enable you to lock the card and prevent overwriting of data if you are swapping cards when full before downloading; I'm not sure if all SD cards are like this as this is the first digital item I have that uses SD.
This item must have been delivered by Amazon as I recieved an email an hour after it was posted through the letterbox saying I wasn't home so they left it somewhere safe! I was home all the time and nobody rang the bell, but at least it was able to be put thropugh the letterbox.
It was also delivered next day.
Having said this, the problems it caused me were huge.
I purchased the card a few weeks before a big holiday and I gave it a good trial run before I went - no problems. I was the bulk of my way through the trip (having taken 800 photos) when suddenly 'memory card error' appeared on the screen - and that was it. Images gone, card couldn't be read.
I bought a new SD card in France and tried to take as many new photos as possible, but of course there was no way to relive anywhere near everything we'd done on what was a once in a lifetime trip.
On my return to the UK, a specialist looked at the card and made an attempt at rescuing the images. £200 and two solid days of work later and I had 130 of my 800 images. The other 670 were either beyond rescuing or completely gone.
Devastated doesn't cut it. They said the card was completely corrupt and probably had been since day one, but that it only surfaced when I started taking a lot of photos.
Needless to say I won't be buying a Transcend card again.
I use them mostly in my 550D for shooting video and in my Zoom H4N for sound and they appear to be pretty reliable.
I have had a couple of camera buffer issues but this tends to be when the card is almost full but compared to an Integral I bought (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Integral-SDHC-Class-Memory-Card/dp/B0047T6XME/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1334491811&sr=1-2) it works nicely! The integral is supposed to be up to 20mb transfer rate but I can't help thinking that the 'up to' part of the Integral cards is the tell tale wording there.
Transcend's are better in my experience for the video work I use them for.
Having read some of the less than favourable reviews , I was holding my breath when I loaded it into my Panasonic TZ7 camera.
However , I needn't have worried , as I've taken about 25 photos so far , and the recycling time was definitely quicker than the Class 6 card I had bought with the camera. Whether it is Class 10 speed I've no way of checking , but at this price , (£9.50) , I will definitely buy another.
I plugged the card directly into my Acer laptop , and the pictures were downloaded from the card very quickly. The colours are excellent and I've really been impressed with the quality of images from the camera (another great purchase from Amazon).
I have yet to shoot video using this card , so will provide an update when I have done so.
So far so good.
Update 5th November 2010
Went to Littlehampton's Procession , Bonfire & Fireworks on the 30th October. Shot over an hour of HD video , and took a number of still pictures as well. No problems writing to the card , or playing back the videos or photos on the camera.
Downloaded to my laptop with no problem there either.
Camera didn't like flashing blue lights on police cars. Ended up with blue vertical lines on the video. This apparently is a CCD issue in digital cameras , and isn't unique to Panasonic. If anyone knows a settings workaround e.g white balance adjustment or similar , I'd be pleased to receive any advice.
Card still seems to be working OK so far.
However, don't be fooled into thinking all class 10 cards are equal. Class 10 simply means that the card can sustain a minimum of 10MB/s whilst empty. If your card is nearly full or you are pushing more than 10MB/s in data at the card then it may not be able to keep up. These Transcend cards in my experience can get overwhelmed by HD video or shooting RAW in multiple bursts and so I would only recommend them for shooting single images where speed is not critical. That is what I use them for and they do that just fine. If you are a sports or wildlife photographer, or like recording HD video then look at the SanDisk Extreme range which are also Class 10 but can handle the higher stream of data better.
Having recently been on a weeks holiday I have had the opportunity to test my camera with the Transcend SDHC 16GB and I have been very pleased with the results .The write capability in "burst mode " has been excellent and also the download speed to my computer .
I suspect the more serious / professional would have a more demanding requirement particularly in terms of capacity ,but for the hobbyist I would happily recommend this Transcend product which at about £10 from Amazon ,is a bargain .
I bought these to run in Digital underwater cameras, they are supposed to be compatible, but when I got back home and tried downloading the pictures, video etc it was either very slow on one of the cards or it totally failed on the other.
As the value of th e cards is low, it is clearly a case of getting wht you pay for, in this case a pile of scrap, unfortunately it was my sons first underwater experience and it was all lost! so total waste of space from the product, and I am not even going to bother trying for a refund as experience on Amazon is that for anything electrical that goes wrong, it always somehow seems to be the buyers fault, never faulty goods, so Ill not bother with that option, just warn people that if you buy cheap you will invariably get cheap and crap quality especially from this buyer "in Jersey!!!!!" at very inflated postage costs!
The memory card arrived before the camera so it was initially formatted by a computer. The camera duly arrived and we made some test images. Imagine our horror as each and every image had a duff pixel in exactly the same place. We tried all of the camera built in functions for such problems but the problem pixel remained.
Having reached the conclusion that the camera must be returned, my son decided to try re-formatting the memory card using the format routine on the camera. Hey PRESTO! No more duff pixel. Formatting on the computer clearly does not meet the higher standards demanded by the camera.
To reassert: We have not yet put this through rigorous testing as it is part of a Christmas present but are delighted with the results so far.
When I bought the camera, my local dealer insisted I should get one of the "good" much more expensive cards.
I did so, but very reluctantly.
Having three 32GB compact flash cards by Transcend, I knew that these 3X more expensive cards tend to be overrated.
So I ordered this Transcend SD card when I returned home.
On my Mac Pro, using the same card reader, both cards reach a maximum constant transfer rate of 20 MB/sec.
Regarding reliability, time will tell.
However, shooting under rain, low temperatures etc, I never had problems with my CF cards by Transcend.
IMPORTANT: When ordering be sure to get a class 10 card. Sometimes it is not clear from the description what you are getting.
More than a year later, I am very satisfied with the performance.
I have shot a lot of 1080p video, and never had issues with the card.
The card was used in a new Sony Camcorder - wish I'd read these other one star reviews first - don't gamble on a bargain for this sort of thing!
I am buying the Canon 550D and I have read that you should haved class 10. I am keeping this one for my own personal use and will buy the 16 gig version for my camera.
I would recommend this no problem at all. Much cheaper than the high end brands as well.
This is a very good card as mentioned. Works perfectly with my camera. i highly recommend this card vs the SanDisk. you get virtually the same performance for alot less money. For that money you should buy two of them. I don't know how people can justify the price of the SanDisk.
BTW you don't get 30 meg write speed with the Sandisk. It is a marketing lie !!
I've never had any problem with any of my SDHC cards (I have about 7 of different capacities including the two I now have of 32GB) - they are a very convenient way of storing and backing-up data. Probably I'll get a 64GB card in due course, once the price comes down a little.