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Full Sized or Micro SD card for my 6ooD

 
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Jan 18, 2014 12:11 |  #1

I'm buying a new memory card and have two choices, http://www.amazon.co.u​k …sr=8-13&keywords=sd+cards (external link) for a Toshiba Micro SD and adapter, or a Transcend http://www.amazon.co.u​k …sr=8-51&keywords=sd+cards (external link) . Both are Class 10. Do micro SD cards have problems in DSLR's due to the adapter and data problems? Which would you buy of those two?
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Jan 18, 2014 13:26 |  #2

http://www.amazon.co.u​k …words=sandisk+c​lass+10+SD (external link) Get That.


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Jan 18, 2014 14:21 |  #3


I agree with this. I use that card in my T3i and its absolutely reliable.

I would never choose to use a card that required an adapter unless I had a really compelling reason to use the card in other devices too that required it.


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Jan 18, 2014 14:46 |  #4

You can use a micro SD card with adapter in your camera, but why? You're adding another connection. Camera to adapter to card. Why not just get a full sized card and only have to go camera to card? I'm with stpix, I wouldn't use a card needing an adapter unless I had to (like a voice recorder that only uses micro SD cards, and using the adapter to use the card in my laptop for downloading).


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Jan 18, 2014 15:51 |  #5

I've used one that was a class 10 and I have a regular sized SD card that is a class 10 both Sandisc and both 16gb and the micro with the adapter is slower. I can take about half as many pictures before the buffer is full. Go with the full sized card to save some headache on yourself.


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Jan 18, 2014 18:53 |  #6

stpix wrote in post #16616130 (external link)
I agree with this. I use that card in my T3i and its absolutely reliable.

I would never choose to use a card that required an adapter unless I had a really compelling reason to use the card in other devices too that required it.

I read a chart on the Canon USA forum that the new U1 cards aren't compatible with the T3i/600D, yet you say you're using one? I'm puzzled by the conflicting info. Also, there's a Transcend U1 card for couple of pounds extra than the straight class ten, but the Sandisk is a third dearer. Both Transcend U1 and Sandisk are 45 mbs cards. Will there be a big difference in the two cards?
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