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SD card performance for 3D cameras

I really never thought about it before, but I always use class 10 SD cards for my cameras: Panasonic 3D1, Fuji W3 and Sony TD10. But a friend of mine said that some cards do not live up to the bit rate required for true HD, and therefore, the camera will back off on bit rate and produce a less than perfect video than the camera is capable of. Hmm, is that true? I've noticed some of the videos from these cameras don't live up to the experience of other users--could that be the problem?

If this has been discussed before, please point me to the thread...thanks.
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I discovered dropped frames on my NEX and TD-10 camcorders. Since, I now only use the SD cards rated for 45Mbs. Haven't had a problem since. Rarely do I use SD cards for the TD10 since it has internal memory. I have never used anything but 45Mbs cards in my Pan Z10K

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