With the HD-equipped Sony XA100, the difference between the two is staggering.
But how much slower is SD, really?
Here are some numbers to help you decide: Read speed: The SD version of the XA1100 (with its SD card slot) is 1,631.2 MB/s reading speed compared to 1,865.8 MB/stopping at an average of about 1.8 seconds per read.
With the SD reader in HD, it is up to about 4.5 seconds per write.
Read latency: The XA10 is capable of reading 4,048,608 bits (4,048 bytes/s) per second compared to 4,056,456 bits (6,008 bytes/sec) for the HD version.
But read latency is very sensitive to the type of SD card you have.
The HD card in the Xa100 is capable, on average, of reading around 8.5 million bits (8.5 bits/s).
The SD card in HD is capable on average of reading about 5 million bits/sec.
The SD reader has a lower latency, but the HD card has a higher speed.
That means the SD card is able to read more data, which translates to a faster overall reading speed.
Read speeds are more variable with every type of card.
So you can get a slightly faster read on the SD version.
SD readers also offer better read quality.
In particular, the SD read speeds are much faster than the HD ones.
SD reader vs. HD reader: The best SD reader is the one with the best read speeds, according to Samsung.
The Samsung XA1000 reads 4,000 bits per second at 100 percent brightness, while the Samsung X100 reads 5,000 on the same test.
That’s because the Samsung SD card, which is smaller and faster, has a faster read speed.
The biggest drawback to SD is the low reading speed of the SD readers.
SD read speed is generally slower than a typical HD card, and that’s true for most readers.
But that doesn’t mean SD readers aren’t worth checking out.
SD is faster and easier to read than HD.
The faster SD reader can also read SD cards, which makes the SD-based reader a great choice for anyone who wants to read SD, HD, or both.