Maxflash 16GB Action Micro SDHC Card Class 10

Maxflash 16GB Action Micro SDHC Card Class 10
Maxflash 16GB Action Micro SDHC Card Class 10
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16GB Action Micro SDHC Card Class 10 by Maxflash
You could trust your footage to a deparment-store brand memory card, or you could slip the Maxflash 16GB Action Micro SDHC Card Class 10 in your helmet camera and know that no matter how hard you hit the ground, you'll get the shot. Maxflash designs its memory cards specifically for the nasty temperatures and big hits that a helmet camera is bound to encounter. Fast read and write speeds mean that recording in full HD is never a problem, so go forth and film yourself doing something ridiculous. Class 10 rating makes this one of the fastest read/write storage solutions for digital camerasRead speeds up to 20 MB/s and write speeds up to 15 MB/s so you can record in full HD without any hiccups in performance or buffering issuesCard operates in a temperature range from 0 degrees Centigrade to 70 degrees CentigradeTested to withstand high levels of shock from impact while installed in a sports camera or POV cameraCompatible with digital cameras and POV cameras that accept Micro SDHC memory cards for storage

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