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By Kamau54, Senior Member on 18th February 2014, 07:30 PM
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It may seem like a simple question, but does the class of the card make that much difference?

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Yes it does. It primarily affects how fast can you read or write to the card.
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Yes it does. It primarily affects how fast can you read or write to the card.

And class 10 is the best?

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And class 10 is the best?

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Technically yes, for every day use. There are also uhs or a U classification I believe that does well beyond class 10. I've seen upwards of 90+ Mbps or sui they claim. I bought a 50 for a dedicated digital camera recently but I haven't tested it.
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Technically yes, for every day use. There are also uhs or a U classification I believe that does well beyond class 10. I've seen upwards of 90+ Mbps or sui they claim. I bought a 50 for a dedicated digital camera recently but I haven't tested it.

OK, just making sure. I was at a yard sale with days ago, and by chance came across a box of odds & ends that they were asking $2 for, and it had a brand new 32gb class 10 card in it still in the package.

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I'd say that's mighty lucky for you. even 1saleaday won't offer that price.
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