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I am not looking to go over a $40 budget on an sd card(s).

This might be a good choice then.
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/PNY-Professional-Hi-Speed-Memory-P-SDHC16G10-EF/dp/B003ZHTNNU/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1319597316&sr=1-3"]Amazon.com: PNY Professional 16 GB Class 10 Hi-Speed SDHC 20MB/s 133x Flash Memory Card P-SDHC16G10-EF (Black): Electronics[/ame]

I have one for my T2i and it does video fine as well if you ever desire to shoot some. Cheaper than the Sandisk cards too.
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This might be a good choice then.
Amazon.com: PNY Professional 16 GB Class 10 Hi-Speed SDHC 20MB/s 133x Flash Memory Card P-SDHC16G10-EF (Black): Electronics

I have one for my T2i and it does video fine as well if you ever desire to shoot some. Cheaper than the Sandisk cards too.
Would it be worth it to get the 32gb or would the 16gb be more than sufficient for my needs?
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16GB would be fine. More than enough unless you're shooting 1000 images without unloading the card. I actually prefer 8GB cards myself. Big cards are nice and all but if something happens before you get those pictures on the hard drive, holy crap you'll lose a ton of shots.
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16GB would be fine. More than enough unless you're shooting 1000 images without unloading the card. I actually prefer 8GB cards myself. Big cards are nice and all but if something happens before you get those pictures on the hard drive, holy crap you'll lose a ton of shots.
Looks like I will be getting the 16gb. Thanks for your help!
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the transcends are fine. i have 4 8gb cards and 2-3 16gb cards. They've all worked fine for me so far. To be honest, it also depends on your camera. The only camera I know so far that can utilize the 45MBps uhs-1 card is the d7000. In most cases the 30MBps cards are more than enough.

I also have a few sandisk cards. The 30MBps and 1 of the new UHS-1 45MBps cards.

I can tell the difference between the sandisk cards and the transcends. The buffer clears a few seconds faster with the sandisk. But usually i'm not firing off tons of shots. The transcends are in my camera 95% of the time. Good cards at a good value. I rather get a bunch of small cards than a big one. I had a pny 16gb go bad on me half way thru a shoot. 200 pictures were lost, so i really don't use that card anymore.
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