W. Guy Finley
wgfinley at mac.com
Sun Jan 14 10:57:48 EST 2007
Saying you had an SD card failure is a lot like saying you got a flat
tire almost -- it happens all the time. Go to Newegg and read all
the product reviews and on just about every SD card you will read
about failures (even *gasp* Sandisk!)..
I think SD cards are more prone to failure because they are relying
on an outboard controller as opposed to inboard like CF cards.
Personally I liked CF better but it seems as there will not be a
choice much longer, SD seems to have won out as the standard.
On Jan 14, 2007, at 5:30 AM, pdml-request at pdml.net wrote:
> Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 01:21:10 -0500
> From: Paul Stenquist <pnstenquist at comcast.net>
> Subject: Re: SD Cards
> To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List <pdml at pdml.net>
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> Could be. But I had a Transcend card failure, and I'm not gong to try
> for a second.
> On Jan 14, 2007, at 1:06 AM, W. Guy Finley wrote:
>> I think you're mistaken on Transcend -- good Taiwanese made stuff.
>> I've got 2GB in my MacBook Pro and haven't had a single issue.
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