Basically, the Class 10 supports a much faster data transfer speed than the Class 4 counterpart.
SD cards are generally described by their Speed Class, ranging from Class 2 (slowest) to Class 10 (fastest).
Also please know that the class of the SD card isn't the be-all-end-all. The card reader itself can vary in its capability to read at high speeds, so sticking a class 10 SD card into a crappy reader won't necessarily give you the 10mb/s minimum...
My question are: 1.) What are the real benefits of using higher class microSD cards (4,6,10) vs. Class 2? 2.) Are there situations/applications in which a class 2 SD card will be inadequate?
Если вы выбираете карту памяти для цифровой зеркальной фотокамеры, то стоит отдать предпочтение моделям с высокой скоростью обмена данными Class 6, Class 10, Class 16.
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Take Better Pictures and Capture Full HD Video. Maximize the performance of your camera or camcorder with the SanDisk Ultra microSD Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card.
Both cards are Class 10. The 256GB Extreme edition card will sell for $200 and the release date is set for Q4 2016, while the 256GB Ultra version will retail for $150 and go on sale in August. Keep in mind that these are the highest capacity microSD cards on the market right now and that explains their...
Many Class 10 microSD cards have terrible 4KB random write speeds, as you can see from our 2015 testing and these 2011 and 2014 tests by Tom’s Hardware. You should still get a Class 10 card unless your device specifically requires a lower speed class.
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