This is the title of our second SDHC card round-ups although since the first comparison with 14 memory cards just three months elapsed since the market has changed considerably in terms of price but also, and we were able to convince with Lexar and Toshiba, two new producers to our panoramic view.
As already shown in the table is pushed to the transmission standard UHF Ultra High Speed and the corresponding UHS Speed Class I, a new generation of memory cards. Already at this year's IFA were first card introduced and also at Photokina, the world's largest trade show for photography, we had to SanDisk, the opportunity to talk about, among other things UHS and want to refer here to the relevant .
After the 19 SDHC cards have gone through with a total capacity of 306 GB to our test track, it's time to get all the results to be considered as a whole it incorporated much more values than you have got to look at the last pages and be charged with a key and we have developed statistical corrections what remains are clear 19 values with two decimal places.
SanDisk's Extreme is unbeaten memory card, but with the Lexar Professional 133x 8GB already lurks the competition more than just the wind. The Toshiba high-speed 16 GB and 8 GB SanDisk's Ultra supply with only 0.02 percent difference in a tough slugfest in the middle and are virtually tied as a judge Toshiba 8GB-equivalent lost 4.5 percent on average scarce, but is still in the middle - although in the lower.
Ranks we tested the SD card from SanDisk is expected to be quite a back on the one hand, this shows the superiority of SDHC memory cards up on the older models and SD on the other hand, there was next to the memory size even more changes to SDHC cards. Despite the small 2GB card could occasionally gain point victories against some SDHC cards and was, at least not in the last practice test.