More is better
My small pocket camera takes excellent video, but so many times I ran out of space on my 4 GB SD card, which I originally thought would cover me in all cases. Sure, I can have a spare card ready to go, but that involves housekeeping for two cards, switching over when one runs out (which could be in mid-stream), etc. With 4 times the capacity of my 4 GB card, I'm having trouble filling up the card, which is a good problem to have. Now, in all likelihood, I'm prepared for a full day of picture and video-taking. So does all this upside come with any downside? Not at all. The price for the 16 GB card, from this reputable manufacturer, was as reasonable as I could find. Speed is hard to measure on these SD cards, but my experience says the speed is as good as it gets since I don't wait. And it works. There's not that much to review for a memory card. As long as you haven't had problems with speed or working, and the value is there, and you're comfortable with the manufacturer and their warranty, it's the one to go with. I use mine for a camera, but there's no reason not to load it up with MP3's for your MP3 player if it takes SD cards. Also, be sure your device takes the high capacity standard. Many devices cannot take more than a 2 GB SD card. I'm no longer nervous about running out of space while I'm out for the day, and that alone was worth the price.
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