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Has anyone tried SanDisk's "ultra" or other performance versions? Any reason why the Panasonic is so much faster?

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According to the specs listed at TigerDirect under different cards - including Lexar's 32x, 256 MB SD cards have a WRITE speed of 8X (Faster than 1.2MB/sec) and a READ speed of up to 10 MB/sec.

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Panasonic SD Roadmap. Shows you the capacities and speed. 10mb/s is with 256 and 512mb cards. This should clear up some speed doubts with Panasonic.

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've gotten the same results with my Panasonic 256MB, SanDisk Ultra II 256MB, and SanDisk 256MB standard (also since returned to Costco). The information Panasonic (and SanDisk !) put out on their websites led me to believe that the smaller capacity cards were 2MB/sec, and the larger ones, which begin at 256MB, were 10MB/sec. Those websites indicated that those speeds were the ones specified by the standards for Secure Digital Cards. Three companies developed that standard, and two of them were Panasonic and SanDisk. It came as quite a surprise to find that the measured read speeds of the cards on my USB 2.0 pathway were: Panasonic 256MB: 6.6-7 MB/sec Panasonic 16MB: 3.5MB/sec SanDisk 256MB Ultra: 6.6-7 MB/sec SanDisk 256MB normal: 1.4 MB/sec Maybe Panasonic didn't label their 256MB cards as "high speed" because all 256MB cards are supposed to be that fast.

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I've got a 256 mb Sandisk UltraII. Most speed tests rate it very close to the high end Panasonic. Most of my 2304/low compression 5 shot bursts seem to write in less than 2 seconds, great for action sequences. It also uls via usb2.0 sandisk reader at a decent speed, much faster than the xDs I've seen on a usb1.1 port. The Panasonic 16mb that comes with the camera seems to be MUCH slower, I think it's actually a low speed, about equivalent to the low end Sandisk. It would be nice if Panasonic rated their cards....I think most of their bigger ones are all 10mbps anyways, but it would still be nice.

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> The Panasonic 256MB SD card is twice as fast as the cheap SanDisk > 256MB I bought from Costco for $65. Saving the 5-shot burst at > 4MP, the Panasonic card takes only 2-3 seconds to save, whereas the > SanDisk card takes 5-6 seconds. Although the SanDisk works just > fine in video mode - I was able to fill the card with video. The > extra speed is also very noticeable on the Panasonic SD through my > 8-in-1 SanDisk USB2 reader on WinXP copying the files to my hard > disk. > > Has anyone tried SanDisk's "ultra" or other performance versions? > Any reason why the Panasonic is so much faster? the panasonic SD is rated at 10Mb/sec. ditto for the Sandisk Ultra II. I've got both versions of the Sandisk. the regular Sandisk is only rated at 2 Mb/sec which explains the slow save speed. the Sandisk Ultra II is much faster compared to the regular Sandisk.

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