Kingston Canvas Select 16GB Micro SD UHS-I Flash Card with Adapter

Kingston Canvas Select 16GB Micro SD UHS-I Flash Card with Adapter
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Brand:  Kingston


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Model: SDCS/16GB
Memory Capacity: 16GB
Storage Type: UHS-I Speed Class 1 (U1)
Speed Rating: Class 1
Colour: Black
Adaptor Supplied: Yes
Transfer Rate:
Write Speed: Up to 10 MB/s
Read Speed: Up to 80 MB/s
Dimensions (W x H x D): 11 x 1 x 15 mm

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Canvas Select
Bring your HD videos to life
Kingston's Canvas Select microSD card is designed to be reliable, making it ideal for filming in HD and shooting high-resolution photos on your Android smartphone. This card is tested to be durable, so you can take it anywhere with the confidence that your photos, videos and other data will be protected. It's available in multiple capacities up to 256GB, to provide plenty of space to capture life's adventures.
- Class 10 UHS-I speeds up to 80MB/s read
- Multiple capacities up to 256GB
- Built and tested to withstand harsh environments
- Waterproof
- Shock and vibration proof
- Protected from airport X-rays
- Temperature proof
Understanding speed classes
The SD card association defines card speeds using two terms: Speed Class and UHS Speed Class.
- Speed class is the original rating used and the number defines the card speed; 4 for 4MB/s, 6 for 6MB/s. etc.
- UHS (Ultra High Speed) uses minimum write speeds to differentiate the cards; UHS-I Speed Class 1 has a minimum write speed of 10MB/s while UHS-I Speed Class 3 has a minimum write speed of 30MB/s.
What the logos mean
It's easy to select a card that matches the interface and speed class required by the host device, such as a camera or camcorder.
Speed Class: Works with conventional devices
UHS-I Speed Cass: Works with UHS-I compliant devices
UHS-I: Supports the UHS-I interface
When you need a faster card
Here are some signs you may need to upgrade your card:
Long buffering when you press the shutter and the camera takes the shot but then it freezes until the data is fully written to the card.
Corrupted video video cameras might produce corrupted video files if the card speed is too slow or the camera may downgrade the video to match the speed of the card. This could turn full 1080p HD video into a video with much lower resolution.
Shortened clips when a camera has a higher writing speed than the Flash card, the camera will pause and the video clip will abruptly end once the speed limit of the card is reached.
Burst shooting many cameras have a burst mode feature where one press produces a repeated series of photographs; this allows users to capture fast-moving events or subjects like pets and children. If the card writing speed is too slow, burst mode setting will not work.

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