SD Card Guide
The new Panasonic DVD-D300 needs an SD card for still photos. It is only 3Mp resolution, but OK for snap shots. So what to get. Well, the main issue is read/write speed. The benchmark is 20MBps or 133x as the standard interface was once 133 times less thatn 20MBps. A 1GB card has probably the best price/performance.
Here are some good SDs to choose, but basically, you can buy 30x (5Mbps), 60x (10Mbps) and 133x (20Mbps) cards as noted in “Pricegrabber”:http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_attrib.php?form_keyword=&topcat_id=&page_id=152&popup1%5B%5D=50%3A105&lo_p=0&hi_p=0, the best selling card is right now the Corsair 133x in 512MB and 2GB forms. The 2GB is a screaming deal at $63 with a $20 rebate right now.
* Legit Reviews – Kingston Ultimate 1-GB SD Card Review. Runs at 133x
* “Sandisk Extreme III”:http://www.mobiletechreview.com/tips/sandisk-extreme-III-SD-card.htm. Another 133x card that performs well.