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Dane-Elec ProLine 200X 16GB Class 10 SDHC Card Secure Digital High Capacity Memory

by DANE-ELEC

Price: CDN$ 18.99
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Technical Details

  • Optimized for rapid-fire photo and video
  • Perfect for the newest digital HD video recorders and DSLR cameras
  • Finest SLC memory and controllers for years of reliable use in the most demanding conditions

System Requirements

  • Media: Personal Computers
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details


Product Description

  • Optimized for rapid-fire photo and video
  • Perfect for the newest digital HD video recorders and DSLR cameras
  • Finest SLC memory and controllers for years of reliable use in the most demanding conditions


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    Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars  47 reviews
    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars SLC? actually? Jan. 7 2013
    By 2ch SDcardsledmember - Published on Amazon.com
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    Since it was in explanation with SLC, although it expected, it is doubtful in whether it is really SLC from speed.

    Sequential Read : 36.751 MB/s
    Sequential Write : 14.198 MB/s
    Random Read 512KB : 33.394 MB/s
    Random Write 512KB : 0.656 MB/s
    Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 3.089 MB/s [ 754.2 IOPS]
    Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 1.138 MB/s [ 277.9 IOPS]
    Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 3.112 MB/s [ 759.7 IOPS]
    Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 0.833 MB/s [ 203.5 IOPS]

    Test : 1000 MB [L: 0.0% (0.0/29.3 GB)] (x5)
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy this card if you care about your data Feb. 12 2014
    By Truthteller - Published on Amazon.com
    This review is regarding the Dane-Elec AND Duracell class 10 (200x) "pro" 16 and 32GB SDHC flash cards. The Duracell cards are made by the same company and come from the same factory, so this review is for both products. I own several of each, in several different sizes (8 to 32GB). They all have a blue plastic casing.

    These cards are sold for very reasonable prices, and that's what attracted me to them, as I needed numerous high speed (Class 10) SDHC higher capacity cards for my several digital cameras.

    Most worked for a while, although I had one fail immediately (it would corrupt and claim it was full even when it was not). Slowly, but surely, they have failed, unexpectedly and catastrophically. They fail in two ways. Some of them were not manufactured correctly. The edge with the contacts is mismolded such that the plastic is very thin, and begins to fall apart, exposing the card inside. Worse still, the pieces can (and do) get caught in the camera SD slot and can jam the card into the camera.

    The second problem is they can corrupt at any time. I had one 16 GB card filled with about 1200 images (jpeg and RAW) corrupt while I was transferring them to my archive. The card became unformatted and the computer no longer recognized it. When I wrote the company about it, the first time they ignored me, the second time they offered to replace or "repair" the card but basically told me they were not a data retrieval service so I should try to get my images back myself. It took special software and days of work extracting the data and renumber each image. We have about a dozen of these cards used between several cameras, and I don't trust any of them now, so they were poor economy at the end (and yes, they were low-formatted within the camera they were used in each time they were reused to try to prevent corruption).

    Besides finding numerous other similar tales of woe about these exact cards on several other review sites, I spoke to several people who are knowledgeable about SD card design, and was told that some companies, and particularly with less costly cards, "stack" several lower capacity chips together into one card, so, for instance a 16 GB card may actually be made of two 8 GB internally, or a 32GB may be two 16GB or even four 8GB. This method can make them unreliable because they may not communicate properly between the internal cards. Apparently this also slows the card down. While I have not opened any of my cards, I am suspicious that may be why they have been unreliable.

    I bought these cards because they claimed to be class 10, 200X, and were advertised as "proline" or "pro-photo" cards. They come with a 10 year warranty, so as long as you don't mind possibly losing all your data to corruption, or damaging your device when the card disintegrates in the SD slot and jams, then, I suppose you can save some money. Personally, I'll never go near Dane-elec or Duracell memory products again.
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars Fragile March 13 2012
    By Kevin McMurtrie - Published on Amazon.com
    It electrically works but the plastic surrounding the electrical contacts is extremely thin and brittle with no adhesive reinforcing them. Some of those plastic bits broke off inside my DSLR's slot and I had a hell of a time getting it unjammed.
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Good Sept. 30 2011
    By ha - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    Card made in Taiwan; well known making electronic stuffs. I got blue body not grey as photo. Great price for the 32GB class 10.
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Not as Fast as The Label Says Sept. 4 2011
    By Anthony Ho - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    This is a good, large, inexpensive card, with a caveat: although the label says 200x, that only refers to the read speed. The write speed is much slower and that may be a deal-breaker for some. The Class 10 speed refers to the ability to continuously move 10 MB/sec of data reliably. These days, high definition cameras are capable of pumping out 20 MB or more of data under certain conditions. For example, a hacked Panasonic GH1 can be adjusted for high bitrates and will exceed the Class 10 rating of this card. Many cards labeled Class 10 actually exceed that standard; for example, Sandisk cards labeled Class 6 or Class 10 have long been known to write at 15 to 30 MB/sec, far exceeding the standard.

    Unfortunately, this card hews fairly close to the Class 10 standard, which means that some Class 6 cards in reality might write much faster.

    Options to consider that have better performance: Transcend and PNY make Class 10 cards that write much faster and are about the same price as the Dane-Elec "200x".

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