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I had a 2GB Sandisk micro SD card lying around but no number written on it.

My digital camera's card just died and it recommends a Class 10 card.

I bench-marked the micro SD card and this is what I got.

FAT16

FAT32

Is this an overperforming Class 6 card or underperforming Class 10?

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Could be a class 8... –  Windos Aug 20 '11 at 2:44
    
@Windos No such thing. –  Matthew Read Sep 13 '11 at 20:30

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Since it never gets up to 10 MB/s, that should make it a class 6. Try some photos with it. If I'm right, all it will affect is the time between shots while it's writing to the card.

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What about a Class 8 (never noticed them being sold though) –  PoorLuzer Aug 20 '11 at 5:45
    
Never heard of a class 8 for sale. I don't believe they exist. –  apathos Sep 14 '11 at 3:45

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