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This review is from: ADATA 16GB Class 10 Micro SDHC Flash Card Model AUSDH16GCL10-R
Pros: Card works as it should be. Reading speed is ok for this card and price.
Cons: Write speed tested:10,43MB/sec
(Lower than advertised, rather class 4 card)
Read speed tested: 17,97MB/sec
(acceptable speed range)
Other Thoughts: be always careful when you read such amazing speed performances. In many cases it does not reflect reality. For this card a higher writing speed had been more interesting than a fast reading speed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA 32GB Micro SDHC Flash Card with Adapter Model AUSDH32GCL10-RA1
Pros: Works as a memory card. Have chosen this card because of class 10 and low price. Did not expect a miracle but trusted the given speed information.
Cons: Advertised speeds advertised for this card do not reflect actual tested speed (class 10)
Actual speed tests for a 700MB large file are as followed:
1) Write speed 700MB = 9,722MB/sec
2) Write speed 700MB = 14,583MB/sec
Final thought: This card is rather a "class 4" than anything above!
Other Thoughts: Always be careful when you read positive comments. A lot of buyers have no clue how to check actual speeds of such cards. Plus, never rely on information from producers. They usually push data up in order to impress buyers.
I personally would not buy this particular card again.
This review is from: Canon PowerShot A650 IS Black&Silver 12.1 MP 6X Optical Zoom Digital Camera
Pros: The Canon PowerShot A650 IS proves that you don't need to invest in an SLR to get manual controls and large, detailed pictures. As the new high-end member of Canon's PowerShot A-series line of cameras, the 12-megapixel camera comes packed with manual exposure controls and other photographer-friendly features. Its little bulky form maybe does not win any beauty pageants, but the camera's substance more than makes up for its relative lack of style, and its sub-$340 price tag makes it look that much sweeter.With the same 12-megapixel, 1/1.7-inch sensor and 35 to 210mm-equivalent f/2.8-4.8 image-stabilized lens as the higher-end PowerShot G9, the A650 IS sits securely at the very top of Canon's A-series line. In fact, were it not for a slightly different control scheme, a smaller flip-out LCD, and lack of RAW file support, the A650 IS would be nearly identical to Canon's pricier midrange camera. Like most of the A-series, the A650 IS comes packed with a full complement of manual exposure c
Cons: I had the previous model Canon A640 which was only able to accept up to 2GB SD cards. The A650IS does even accept the new SDHC cards with up to 16GB and probably further.
Other Thoughts: Certainly a good buyREAD FULL REVIEW