Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) was first introduced in 2006 but the technology of secure digital memory cards have been in existence since late 1999. This year marks the introduction of SDXC: Secure Digital eXtended Capacity. This doesn't make SDHC cards obsolete, as a matter of fact, they are really just entering their prime.
OCZ released the Gold Series SDHC card as the successor to original OCZ SDHC Memory card. Both can be found in the Class 6 speed rating, but the Gold Series was designed with professional photography and high definition video applications in mind. With a capacity of up to 16GB, we're entering a world where your battery will be long dead before you fill your memory card. Today, we have the 8GB OCZ Gold Series SDHC card on hand for testing.