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It doesn't really matter, unless you shoot a lot of video. The class merely specifies the speed of the card. If you do shoot a lot of video, get class 6 or higher. Otherwise, you may as well get the least expensive.
For the TomTom One XL GPS, you can use any SD card that is 512MB or 1 GB in size. It doesn't support SD cards with larger storage, e.g. 2 GB, 4GB, etc.
You can buy these SD cards at many stores that sell memory cards, e.g. for digital cameras, etc. If you can find/buy an SD card categorize as Class 10, it is faster than one that is Class 4. You wouldn't want to go below Class 4 unless you can tolerate slower performance/speed on the GPS device.
Although no memory card specifications (except that it should be SD or SDHC or MMC card) is listed in the PDF manual, the problem most probably is that your card might be incompatible (I've personally experienced card's incompatibility with other digital cameras):
1) Borrow different SD or SDHC cards from your friends and try on your camera.
1) Check cards of different speed classes (number 2, 4, 8 or 10 inside a circle on the card): Normally if you have smaller SD cards (up to 2GB), it might suffice that card's speed class is 2. If you have larger SDHC cards (4GB and more), your camera might require a speed class of 4 or more. Or it may also happen that your card is too fast/big - some older devices don't work with too modern SD/SDHC cards. Read more about SD card speed classes>>
2) Check cards of different sizes. Some cameras my not work with too small or too large size cards.
3) There are plenty of fake SD/SDHC cards on ebay (mostly from China, with unidentified manufacturers/brands) which don't work with many devices and cause many errors. If there's a size and speed class written on such fake card - don't trust these numbers, they are probably fake.
3) If none of the different memory cards work - bring your camera to the mechanic
However, these requirements may vary from camera to camera. So ask about your Samsung L700 camera directly at Samsung customer support form>>
There are several websites where you can match your camera with compatible SD/SDHC cards:
Your camera has only 32MB of internal memory, out of which only 13.5MB only is used for picture storage, which allows you to save only a few pictures. If you need to shoot more pictures you need to buy SD or SDHC cards or micro SD cards. If you buy micro SD card, then you also need to buy an SD adapter. SD adapte is very cheap, usually less than a dollar. The maximum size SD card you can use in Kodak Z915 is 32GB SDHC card. SD card sizes are available only upto 2GB. SDHC cards goes from 4GB to 32GB. Again these cards are rated based on their speed classes. It is preferable to buy Speed class 6 and above for good video recording. With higher speed class, speed increases. If you want to shoot pictures faster then you need higher speed class memory. Price of the card increases with the speed class. You can buy speed class 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10.
If you want to download your camera manual, try the following site: http://resources.kodak.com/support/pdf/en/manuals/urg00995/Z915_xUG_GLB_en.pdf
Unless the camera is actually in record mode, your previous video files should be complete on the SD card and should not be affected by removing the battery. The freezing COULD be a result of the SD card itself. Most live video recording devices which use media of this type work best with cards that are rated "Class 4" or higher. (Class refers to the read/write speed of the card; the higher the class, the faster it performs.) The class rating is usually shown inside a small circle printed on the card. A 32 GB card of Class 4 or higher is still pretty pricey, so if yours is only Class 2, the camera circuitry may be sending data to the card faster than it can handle it, thus locking it up. You might be better off with a smaller capacity card (16 or even 8 GB) that has a higher Class rating (4 or even 6). *Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, despite the handle. Words to live by: "Every creative act results from a sudden cessation of stupidity." -Edwin H. Land, inventor of the Polaroid Land Camera"The problem can always be solved with the materials in the room." -My college Physics Lab Instructor
The memory card you are trying to use in the camera is not supported. This camera is an older technology that can not recognize the large 8 GB memory capacity of the card. In fact, the largest approved card your camera will recognize is 1 GB.
The list of approved memory cards was obtained from the Nikon Site directly, and pasted below for your convenience.
Nikon has tested the following cards and approved their use in the Coolpix 5700:
CompactFlash memory cards:
SanDisk SDCFB series 16 MB, 32 MB, 48 MB, 64 MB, 96 MB, and 128 MB
Lexar Media 4× USB series 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 48 MB, 64 MB, and 80 MB
Lexar Media 8× USB series 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 48 MB, 64 MB, and 80 MB
Lexar Media 10× USB series 128 MB and 160 MB
Lexar Media 40x USB WA series 256 MB*
Microtech International Digital Flash Film 1GB*
Delkin eFilm 650MB Pro*
Ritz Big Print 8x 256MB* (Edge Code 0E1B)
The following information lists the type and maximum storage capacity of the memory card that each type of camera accepts.
EASYSHARE CX-, DX-, LS-Series Cameras accept:
DX3500, DX3600, DX3900: CF memory cards up to 1 GB
LS755: xD memory cards only
All other CX, DX, LS: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
EASYSHARE C-Series Cameras accept:
C300, C310, C315, C330, CD33, CW330, C530, CD40, CD50: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
C340, C360, C433, C503, C533, C603, C633, C643, C663, C703, C743, C875: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
CD43: xD memory cards only All other C-Series Cameras: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE M-Series Cameras accept:
M590, M583, M577 TOUCH, M5370 TOUCH: MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
All other M-Series Cameras: SD, SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE P-Series Cameras accept:
P850, P880: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
P712: SD or SDHC memory cards up to 4 GB
EASYSHARE SLICE Digital Camera accepts:
MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB.
EASYSHARE V-Series Cameras accept:
V1233, V1253, V1073, V1273: SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB All other V-Series Cameras: SD memory cards up to 2 GB EASYSHARE Z-Series Cameras accept:
Z610, Z650, Z700, Z710, Z730, Z740, Z760, Z7590: SD memory cards up to 2 GB All other Z-Series Cameras, including MAX: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB FUNSAVER FD-Series Cameras accept:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB EASYSHARE ONE Camera accepts:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 1 GB
Most KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SD, SD/MMC, and/or SDHC memory cards.
Most current KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SDHC UHS-1 memory cards.
All KODAK Digital Cameras that are compatible with SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards use cards with Speed Class up to Class 10.
MicroSD and MicroSDHC cards with SD adapters can also be used in cameras that use SD or SDHC cards if the storage capacity criteria above is followed.
KODAK Digital Cameras are not compatible with SDXC memory cards.