Guide
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all memory cards are divided into four classes, and are 2, 4, 6 or 10 th class.These figures are indicative of the minimum recording speed provided by this card.The values ​​defined in megabytes per second.Thus, the number 2 in a circle on the card means that the card belongs to the second class and has the lowest recording speed 2 MB / sec.This indicator is important for digital devices offering high speed recording or not having a very large clipboard.For these devices need a memory card of the corresponding class.
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memory card of the second class are the cheapest, because they have the slowest writing speed.However, they are great for audio and video players, printers and photo frames.Do not use a memory card of the second class in camera and video recorder, as these devices are designed for the
active record.
3
fourth class card implies a minimum write speed of 4 MB / s, making it the best class for use in the non-professional cameras.Home shot - a perfect example of where this class is used.
4
Write Speed ​​6 MB / s makes the sixth-grade memory cards ideal for use in digital cameras average.These cards provide enough high-quality shooting in JPEG or RAW.
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Tenth grade memory cards used to record the minimum skjrostyu 10 Mb / s and is designed to work with expensive professional photo and video cameras.Rather high price for memory cards tenth grade due to increased functionality of such cards:

- support of Full HD video recording;
- the ability to shoot in a format RAW;
- optional fast continuous shooting of high quality;
- memory, reaching up to 32 GB.

Of particular note is that the function does continuous shooting memory cards tenth grade essential for recording various sports competitions.