Sony SDHC Memory Card
Class 10, UHS Speed Class 1 (8GB)
- ideal for shooting video or still images in burst mode
- up to 94MB per second read speed
- Speed Class 10 rated
- UHS Speed Class 1 recommended for HD video
- backward-compatible with standard SD card devices
- warranty: 60 days
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What's in the Box:
- 8 GB SDHC UHS-I (Class 10) memory card
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Overview: This Sony SDHC UHS-I U1 / Class 10 memory card is designed for use with DSLR cameras and HD camcorders for storing photos and videos. When used with UHS-I-supported hardware, you can capture approximately 160 high resolution photos in one minute using the continuous mode. Even when used with non-UHS-I supported hardware, the card will maintain its Class 10 speed.
Capacity: Because some of the memory space is occupied by system management data, the actual usable memory space is slightly less than the total capacity of the card. The available memory is 7.2 GB.
UHS-I/Speed Rating: This Sony SDHC card is UHS-I U1 / Class 10 rated, making it ideal for burst shooting and HD video modes of today's DSLR and HD camcorders. It has a read speed of up to 94 MB/s; write speeds are slower.
Write Protect Switch: The Sony SDHC memory card has a built-in write protect switch to ensure that your files cannot be accidentally deleted or overwritten.
Downloadable Software: The card includes a link to downloadable File Rescue software, which can recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted on the card. You can also download x-Pict Story software from the included link to create customized slideshows from your photos.
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