It wasn't so long ago the 2 GB SD card was considered to be really large. Then we moved to 4 GB, then 8 GB, and finally 16 GB capacities. With many of today's digital HD camcorders being able to record to SDHC cards, even 16 GB wasn't enough capacity for some users.
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To meet the demand for even more capacity Kingston Technology has announced a new 32 GB Elite Pro SDHC memory card. Kingston says that the new 32 GB card can capture more than 6000 full resolution 10 megapixel images or over eight hours of HD video at 6 Mbps. The card is rated as a speed class 4, guaranteeing 4 MB per second minimum data transfer rate. All that storage capacity doesn't come cheap though, the suggested retail price for the 32 GB memory card is $308.
"With the growing popularity of digital video and the HD format, consumers continue to look for ways to extend recording times and maintain fast data transfer rates (DTR) to maximize the performance of their recording device," said Wendy Lecot, Flash business manager, Kingston(R). "Our new 32GB Elite Pro SDHC memory card is optimized to meet the demands of high capacity and fast write speeds to help consumers share their lives through the use of video, photography and other creative devices. With the addition of the 32GB capacity card, Kingston is at the forefront of offering a versatile line of SDHC solutions to solve a variety of needs in today's digital imaging world."
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