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Dane Elec High Speed 16 GB Class 10 Secure Digital Card DA-SD-1016G-C

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  • 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

Product Details

Size: 16GB
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 0.5 x 17.1 cm ; 18 g
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Item model number: DA-SD-1016G-C
  • ASIN: B0048ZBIKY
  • Date first available at June 28 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #218,259 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Size name:16GB Product Description

Dane Elec High Speed Secure Digital Card 16 GB Class 10

From the Manufacturer

Dane-Elec High Speed SDHC, At a Glance.

Dane-Elec Pro Proth SDHC cards are fast, reliable, high-capacity memory cards designed for professional photographers! These cards optimize write performance to ensure that you capture more hi-resolution digital images or digital video.

Available in the highest possible speed class, Class 10, these cards can transfer image files from camera to card at an impressive rate of 10MB per second respectively. Current capacities include 8GB, 16GB and 32GB.

Duracell SD card
Bonus contents

Dane-Elec Pro Photo SDHC memory cards Features

  • 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
  • 150x rating gives read speeds up to 22.5MB/s
  • Class 10 rating guarantees minimum write speeds of 10MB/sec
  • 200x rating gives read speeds up to 30MB/s

Why You Need It.

Dane-Elec Compact Flash cards are fast and reliable memory cards designed for professional photographers!

You will appreciate the speed and power of the latest UDMA-capable, high speed Compact Flash cards., with read speeds up to 90MB/s, anything is possible with the newest multi-channel controllers and SLC NAND flash memory.

Distinctive packaging and sustainable margins make this a must-carry. Available in capacities 8, 16 and 32GB.

Duracell SD card in packaging
USB capacity

JPEG: FINE Resolution. 128 kbs. 4 mins=4MB/Song. MP4: 720x480. MP4 HD: 1920x1080

The number of pictures will vary according to the resolution of the camera and the compression algorithms used. 1GB = approx. 1000 MB *1MB = approx. 1 million bytes. Accessible Capacity may be less. MicroSDHC and SDHC Warning *Please check that your electronic device supports the SDHC format (capacities 4GB and above).

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Do Not Buy this card if you care about your data Feb. 12 2014
By Truthteller - Published on
Size: 32GB
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.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
SLC? actually? Jan. 7 2013
By 2ch SDcardsled member - Published on
Size: 32GB Verified Purchase
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
Good Sept. 30 2011
By ha - Published on
Size: 32GB 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.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Dane Elec 16GB SDHC Review Oct. 17 2011
By Steppy - Published on
Size: 16GB Verified Purchase
Ordered this product through Amazon for a security camera I have which requires high speed recording. This product arrived damaged at first, but as always, was instantly replaced at no charge & packaged very well the second time. This item works as described & is the fastest writable speed I could find for a 16 GB SDHC card. This card is recommended along with the seller.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This Works Just Fine Nov. 22 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Size: 16GB
I am really so sick of amateurs claiming that drives...and I mean all not perform as they should.

Just how many years did they spend in school to understand how electronics work? How many years did they work in a lab testing electronics? Oh...on an average....none.

Yet they read an hours worth of second hand knowledge from someone who also has no training and then downloaded a free benchmarking program. Well for goodness sake...It's time to print out that diploma and frame it.

I've spent 8 years being schooled and 2 years in a lab and have been working with electronics for about 40.

I'd just like to say for all of us who are educated and experienced in electronics...Shut up and go to school. Just because you assembled a computer or work in the electronics department at Target does not make you qualified to evaluate benchmarks, you simply show how very little that you know.

Please advertise your own lack of knowledge with your buddies and quit trying to convince the public that you and your free program are the standard that all drives must try to live up to. Go try brokering your own stocks instead and leave electronics to the professionals.

This drive has performed exactly as a class 10 card should and has for a year. It's been used often and has also recorded over 6000 images and a few hundred movies.

Not all cards and readers are optimized for each other and I'm including the reader/writer within your camera. So this card may work well for only 8 of 10 of your devices and not as well in the other 2. These cards read about 3 times faster than they write, just like every other comparable card.

What a surprise, I agree with the engineers who designed this card, maybe they went to school too.

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