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Old 04-15-2012, 05:44 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello, I'm using a Canon HF M500, Brand new - with no internal memory, I am using a wide angle lens with it and I am looking to buy a sandisk SDXC card.

I see many that could support the full hd 24 mbp/s that my camcorder offers, however, I am looking at the Sandisk Extreme and Extreme Pro series, 128gb disks. I see that they can write in 45mbp/s and 100mbp/s......If my camcorder is able to write in full hd 24 mbp/s what can 100mbp/s offer to my camcorder that the 45mbp/s one can't? Would my camcorder still write in 24 mbp/s no matter if the chip is 100 or 45?
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Old 04-16-2012, 04:22 AM
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Correct, for you current camera, you don't need the speed offered on those SD cards. It's overhead that you'll never benefit from...except likely upon transferring that data to your PC.
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I like the 16MB and 32MB versions of this card: http://www.adorama.com/IDSSD16GE3.html Low cost and great user reviews at Amazon, etc.
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