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Cameras supporting SDHC UHS-I

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We were sent a list of cameras that support the latest SDHC UHS-I standard some months ago by Kingston Technology, but it wasn't in a format we could easily post. But after checking the list today to confirm support for the Olympus XZ-1 we decided it might be useful for our readers. The list was correct as of 10th Feb, since then they'll likely be more new cameras that support the cards.

Canon

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Casio

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Nikon

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Olympus

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Panasonic

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Pentax

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Sanyo

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Sony

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Toshiba

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Comments

  1. Almost everyone of those cameras listed only "supports" UHS-1 in SDHC compatibility mode, i.e. they drop back to normal class-10 speeds. As of late 2011 only the Nikon D7000 genuinly supports UHS-1, as far as I know. In particular, no Canon (yet) supports it. And yes, I'm a Canon D60 owner.

    -Tor

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  2. We will check with Kingston to confirm.

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  3. Is it just me or can others see the blurred list ?

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  4. Thanks for the heads up, it's the posting software we use and there's absolutely no reason why some are blurred and others not. As this remains a hugely popular post, I'll try and sort this out.

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  5. Do you think you will be able to get the blurred list fixed soon ?

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  6. The problem is that the list isn't blurred in my posting software (ScreenSteps), but it blurs some and not others. It's weird, but only the 'longer' lists are blurred so it may be that that's causing the problem. I'll take a look again now.

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