Posted 21 August 2011 - 06:10 PM
You'll want a faster card. If you get a SD card with a slow speed rating, you might not be able to record to long in a HD setting, as it will want to write data to the card faster than the card can accept it, which is just begging for problems.
I'd suggest going with a "class 10" speed rating. This will allow you to record in HD without worries. Class 10 is the fastest speed, allowing 10MB/s write speed, specially seeing how you can get the faster card for about the same price.
It's also a good idea to have at least 1 back up card (usually having 3 or 4 backups is helpful, too!).
Here's a list of the class and their write speed.....
Class 2 – 2MB/s
Class 4 – 4MB/s
Class 6 – 6MB/s
Class 8 – 8MB/s
Class 10 – 10MB/s
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