HAMA class 6 - 8GB capacity (don't know why Hama has a 10 in a circle and a 6 in another circle).
Writing speed tested: 12.3 MByte/s
Reading speed tested: 14.0 MByte/s
Trust me, on a DSLR camera in high speed mode you will shoot about 6-7 photos at high speed and after that the buffer will be full and SD card write speed limit will slow you down. Let's say you shoot RAW+Jpeg fine, this is about 11 MB+5MB (body with 12 MP sensor). So, after first 6-7 photos you will have to transfer on card about 16 MB. On a card with ~ 12 MB/s this will be more than 1 second. On a class 2 card (5.4 MB/s in my test) you will wait about 3-4 seconds before next shoot!
Conclusion: buy faster and more expensive cards if you are a sport or action shooter.
See ya! Dorian King out. (click on Useful you lazy!)
This is my advice, but don't waste the money if you don't shoot action. I made some photos at a navy parade (airplanes and speed boats) and at a drifting race (see my last images) and it was hard without speed cards.
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