I use my camera all the time! As a matter of fact I have 3 cameras which I rotate though depending on the quality of pictures I need to take, but I always use a top-notch memory card. I have found that the faster the speed of your memory card, the faster it processes your images which relates to a better shot. Now if you have a waterproof and shockproof camera like I do, it makes sense to match the camera qualities to the card right? What good would it be if I had a camera I could dunk in water if the card was ruined if it got wet. that kind of defeats the whole purpose of why I bought such a rugged camera in the first place! TODDLERS! No one wants the pictures that they took the time to create and capture to be ruined from a little water.

SanDisk Memory Card

SanDisk is the global leader in flash memory which is probably a good reason why they are celebrating their 25th anniversary.  I needed a memory card for my waterproof camera and I knew that the  SanDisk Ultra SDHC Memory Card was the perfect one.  SanDisk is a very well known name. The company has been around for many years and is a brand that can be trusted to have high quality products.

Memory Cards for Digital Cameras

The Ultra SDHC is designed to be used as a memory card for digital cameras and HD camcorders.  It takes some time to download all the videos and pictures that are on my camera. This has always been one of my least favorite features of going digital, but since the Ultra SDHC has read speeds of 15 MB/s it can download images to your computer at lightening speed.

It also has great storage capacity of 4GB, the perfect size for a day or two of photos.  This will allow you to take high-resolution photos and videos without running out of space.  I have learned my lesson of not leaving images on my camera for an extended amount of time because right when you can capture that perfect shot, you get the message, “Memory Full.”

One of the best features of this card is its durability.  It was designed to be extra tough since it is waterproof, shockproof, and X-ray proof.  It can withstand temperatures as high as 185 degrees Fahrenheit, and as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit.  Since temperatures fluctuate so much between summer and winter here in the Midwest I am happy to see a card designed extremes one way or the other. I think that means it might even be toddler proof. I might even dare to say teen proof.

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