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    I have purchased while ago an A-Data 2GB 50x...

    I have purchased while ago an A-Data 2GB 50x memory card. At least once out of 10 times when I turn the camera on, I get a Memory Card Error. I usually get around it by either turning the camera off...
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    Go with a proven brand name, I think price-wise...

    Go with a proven brand name, I think price-wise very competitive is SanDisk Ultra II. The Ultra II being a true 66x will write at 9 MB/sec which is fast enough for high speed continuous shooting (2.4...
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    Portable USB OTG Digi-Mate Memory Backup

    Hi there,

    I thought this would be of some interest to those who plan lots of video shooting with their S2s, which is my case as well. I guess, one has three options here:
    1) Buy several large...
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    Is the original Canon card faster ?

    First of all, Iíd check how fast the camera saves the same pictures on the original Canon supplied SD card. If the original card is faster then your Soltek, then the Soltek card is a problem/faulty....
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    S2 IS 640x480 video - 30 fps versus 15 fps ?

    I wonder if anyone has done some tests (subjective or objective) comparing the S2 ISís quality of 640x480 video at 30 vs. 15 fps. I can imagine that for the fast moving objects the 15 fps might be a...
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    2 GB A-Data 50x SD card

    Here is a bit of my own experience with a cheap 2GB 50x A-Data card. First of all, I have my S2 IS only a week or so, I havenít gained yet much experience with it (learning fast, it is my 3rd Canon...
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