If a user plans on storing video or large photos on their SD Card or microSD card...get at least a Class 6 card...and even better...a Class 10 card. I see those on sale all the time. Shop around, and get a brand name (only) product.
A Class 4 memory card supports sustained writing at 4MB/s or better, a Class MicroSD cards for mobile with different classes like class 4, class 6, class 10
SD cards or memory cards are widely used with digital cameras, smartphones, music players, tablets and even laptops, but do we know what the class 4, class 6, and class 10 actually stands for?
SD cards are generally described by their Speed Class, ranging from Class 2 (slowest) to Class 10 (fastest).
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SD tools. Strontium 16 GB class 10.
Class 10 cards are ideal if you’re shooting high-resolution videos or RAW photos.
The even-numbered class designations for SD and microSD cards, like Class 6 or Class 10, were supposed to provide an easy way to see if a card was fast enough for a particular use. And they did . . . for a while.
As shown in the table below, some class 6 cards outperformed class 10 cards.
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